RenewedVision’s Propresenter is a presentation and production app, focussing on live events, that works on both Mac and Windows OS. Users can make slides with media or lyrics using the onboard tools.
While Propresenter 7 (or Pro 7) is available for free (limited-use) as well as on rent starting at $99, its paid license starts at $399.
If you’re looking to invest in the cross-platform live presentation tool for any event or are merely getting a free trial, check out the system requirements for Propresenter 7 (Pro 7) below.
What are the System Requirements for Propresenter 7?
The best way to go about to ascertain that ProPresenter 7 will work on your computer is to download the free version of the software to test the performance.
However, we’ve listed the available minimum and recommended system requirement for Pro 7 below for HD and 4K outputs. A more powerful PC that has a better processor, more RAM and faster GPU compared to the system requirements given below will definitely be able to run Propresenter 7 even better, especially when it comes to complex presentations with more screens, higher resolution and compression quality.
|Paramenter||Propresenter 7 System Requirements|
|Operating System||Windows 10 (version 1809; build 17763) or newer | |
MacOS 10.14.6 or newer
|Processor||HD output: Intel Core i3 or an equivalent AMD | |
4K output: Intel Core i7 or I9 or an equivalent AMD
|RAM||HD output: 8GB | |
4K output: 16GB
|GPU||A dedicated graphics card is required if the output is 4K or more than four Full HD screens are connected to the output.|
|Video Compression||H264 or H265 (HEVC) | Maximum 30Mbps for HD and 50Mbps for 4K | ProRes 4444 for Alpha channels|
|Internet Connection||Internet connection is only required when downloading, installing and registering the software, as well as to receive updates. You don’t require an active internet connection to run the software.|
Note that the resolution of source and output, number of screens, and also the video compression will affect the performance of your computer.
Also read: H.265 vs H.264: 5 Key differences
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