HOW TO USE VIDEO ON A PERSONAL COMPUTER.

HOW TO USE VIDEO ON A PERSONAL COMPUTER.


Hardware and software are required to use video on a personal computer.


Hardware requirements for video 


  1. Intel Pentium III 80 MHZ (Pentium 4/3 GHZ)
  2. Microsoft Windows XP Home (Microsoft Windows XP Pro)
  3. 256 MB RAM installed (1GB or more is better)
  4. CD-ROM drive (compatible DVD recordable drive will be required to send to DVD)
  5. 24-bit color, DirectX compatible display adapter (1024 × 768) or higher
  6. DirectX Compatible Sound Card (Multi-channel ASIO Compatible Sound Card, for surround sound support.)
  7. High capacity dedicated 7200 RPM UDMA 66IDE or SCSI hard disk or disk array.
  8. DV / i.LINK / FireWire Connection (IEEE 1394 OHCI) or Adobe Premiere Pro Certified Third Party Capture Card.

Software Requirements for Video


To view the video clip, you should make sure that the correct software is installed on your machine. If you are using a personal computer then you will need a free Windows Media Player. To watch online video, the following software must be installed on your computer.


  1. Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, Firefox 1.5 or higher or Safari 2.0 or higher
  2. Java scripts and cookies are mandatory to be enabled.
  3. Adobe Palash Player 9.0.115 or higher |
  4. Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista, Macintosh 05X or Linux |
  5. Video recording and editing software. 
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