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Propresenter 7 System Requirements

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.

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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.

ParamenterPropresenter 7 System Requirements
Operating SystemWindows 10 (version 1809; build 17763) or newer |
MacOS 10.14.6 or newer
ProcessorHD output: Intel Core i3 or an equivalent AMD |
4K output: Intel Core i7 or I9 or an equivalent AMD
RAMHD output: 8GB |
4K output: 16GB
GPUA dedicated graphics card is required if the output is 4K or more than four Full HD screens are connected to the output.
Video CompressionH264 or H265 (HEVC) | Maximum 30Mbps for HD and 50Mbps for 4K | ProRes 4444 for Alpha channels
Internet ConnectionInternet 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.

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