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Hardware Requirements

Make sure your PC includes the following for best performance:

  • Processor: Intel i5 or higher highly recommended.
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • Graphics card that supports OpenGL v3.0
  • 64 bit
  • Touch screen is recommended for sharing features but not required.

Not Supported:

  • AMD APU processors are problematic in working with high performance multi-threaded applications such as dslrBooth.
  • Intel Atom and Intel Celeron processors are too slow to keep up with the demands of processing high resolution photos from DSLR cameras.

If you have a slower PC, dslrBooth might work for you but it'll be much slower than it will usually run. To get it to run a bit faster, lower your camera settings to the slowest image size and set your template to 300x300 dpi. This should speed up processing.

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    Moy Aguayo

    So if I got an AMD processor computer I won't be able to install the software?

    Or it will just won't run as smooth as in Intel computers?

    Thanks a lot

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    Mike

    Regular AMD processors will work. AMD APU processors will not

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    Criș Marian

    The software it's looking great but beafore I buy can you please tel me if it's working On Surface Pro 1 (i5, 4gb ram).

    Thank you

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    Mike

    It should work fine on the Surface Pro.

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    Lisayounghomes

    Does dslrbooth support windows 10? I ran it and encountered a ton of problems. I ended up switching back to windows 8.1 but only after almost losing my entire hard drive.

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    Philippe

    What component are key for a good performance.
    Would 4x 1333 MHz with 2GB DDR3 be sufficient?

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    Mike

    Lisa, we have many customers using windows 10 with no issues. It's likely a driver issue that will get resolved with windows 10 as it time goes by.

    Philippe, that will be too slow. Please see specs above.

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    Info
    with the lates versions my computer dont run well. did you up the requirement in the last versions? i Bought the software in August 2015, and it was really good until december. Why now its not going well? even each time worst?
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    mark_racca
    Will the software run with Intel Stick with Quad Core Intel Atom Processor?
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    paulajescu

    Hi, I bought dslrBooth when I had windows 8.1 and my computer upgraded to windows 10 and I cannot revert it. It seems to be running with windows 10 but I cannot change the template or settings, how can I fix this? 

     

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    Mike

    Paula, make sure dslrBooth is not running in tablet mode in windows 10.

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    Rodrigo Bustos

    Hi, Please, could you tell me if a INTEL Core i3, 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 4400 is good machine for this software??

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    Hoten Toth

    Hi,
    I have similar question as Rodrigo, will it work on Dell Inspiron 11z Touch?

    - INTEL CORE i3 4030U Haswell, 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 4400. I just need to use basic photo feature (no greenscreen),graphics over photo and instant print through Wifi.

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    Mike

    i3 processors will work but will be slower to process. To get it to run a bit faster, lower your camera settings to the slowest image size and set your template to 300x300 dpi. This should speed up processing.

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    Jim

    It says that Atom processors aren't supported but the Surface Pro 3 is. Is the Atom processor on the SP3 ok? I'm confused.

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    Mike

    The Surface Pro 3 will work fine. Atom processor will be slower but it'll work.

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    Mgomez1839

    How would I find out if my computer is AMD APU or regular AMD?

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    Mike
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    Anthoni

    Is this ok for my photobooth? Lenovo IdeaCentre C40-30 21.5" FullHD Touch All in One  (i3-4005U, 4GB, 1TB, Nvidia 820A 2GB)
    Thank you very much!

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    Mike

    We recommend i5. i3 will probably work but will be much slower.

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