See: System Requirements on EasyWorship.com for the latest information.
EasyWorship is compatible with Windows 98, SE, ME, 2000, XP and Vista, and will run on most computers that meet the requirements for those operating systems. And since EasyWorship is a dual output system, you’ll need a dual output card for displaying the control screen separately from the live presentation output.
You don’t need a fast computer to take advantage of the basic features EasyWorship has to offer. However, if you want to display text over moving backgrounds with video transitions or if you’re looking to display HD content, pay close attention to these requirements.
The following are the preferred computer requirements for EasyWorship:
Keeping it simple? Here’s what you need to display songs and Scriptures over still backgrounds and to run PowerPoint slideshows
500 MHz Pentium II Processor or better
128 MB RAM
100 MB free disk space
Two video cards or a dual head video card
Here’s what you need to play DVDs and display text over video with smooth transitions.
1.7 GHz Pentium 4 Processor or better
512 MB RAM or more
7200 RPM hard drive
500 MB free disk space
NVIDIA G-Force 5200 video card or better (Dual output AGP or PCI Express video graphics card with 128 MB of dedicated video RAM)
Available DVD drive and recommended codecs
2.8 Ghz Intel dual core or quad core processor
1 GB RAM or more for XP / 2 GB RAM or more for Vista
SATA 7200 RPM Hard Drive with 8MB cache
500 MB of free disk space
NVIDIA G-Force 8600 video card or better (we suggest NVIDIA chipsets or PCI EXPRESS [x16] if supported by motherboard).
Video cards should be purchased with either an AGP or PCI Express interface. Standard PCI video cards will work, but you will be unable to do quality video transitions and high definition video.
Laptop computers should meet the same requirements of a desktop computer. Verify with your laptop manufacturer that the video card can support Windows extended desktop and not just clone what is on your laptop display. Most late model laptops with NVIDIA, ATI or Intel graphics cards will have this ability. If you only have one monitor connection on your laptop, your laptop display will be your primary output (operator screen) and your projector will be your secondary output (live screen).
See: Dual Monitors Explained and Laptop Setup for more info on setting up a laptop for Dual video output.
See: Computer Requirements Unsupported for more information about unsupported hardware.
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