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Author TommyVCT
Recipients Guido.van.Rossum, Paul Monson, Steven Noonan, TommyVCT, dan, jay.swanson, nsait-linaro, paul.moore, rubin, steve.dower, steven.downum, tim.golden, wayoman, zach.ware
Date 2022-01-11.23:03:25
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Hi Steve, 

We appreciate your interest in OBS Studio!

In my opinion, the installer doesn't have or need to be in ARM64, because it's not more complex than copying files and writing registry keys, and as an installer, it should be the most forgotten part of python that usually runs for once or twice. 

For the reason why OBS doesn't include a copy of python, OBS Studio on Windows is already huge (~130MB installer, ~500MB after install), and we don't want to add another disk space eater on already huge installer. 

We are working on a way to find Python installed on the system, but it seems pretty complicated.
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