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Q100132: Why is 32-bit Nuke no longer available?


This article explains when 32-bit support for Nuke was discontinued.


32-bit versions of our software are no longer available.

At the start of 2012 we decided that 32-bit support for NUKE would be discontinued to allow us to focus on new features, stability and scalability over a smaller number of platforms.  The last 32-bit version was Nuke 6.2v6, therefore there is no 32-bit version of Nuke Non-Commercial.

This wasn't a decision that we took lightly, as it was inevitable that some people would be left behind.  However, there is a tipping point when the number of people using a platform do not justify the development and QA costs and now that the vast majority of our customers and users have gone over to 64bit machines it is no longer feasible to develop 32-bit versions.

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