HitPaw Video Enhancer Tech Specs
This amazing AI video enhancer will help you upscale low-resolution video to high-resolution with only one click. Multiple AI models can be chosen for your video and no professional skill is needed.
|For Windows||For Mac|
|Supported OS||For Windows 11/10 64-bit||macOS 10.15 or later|
|Processor (CPU)||Intel i3 or AMD Ryzen 3 equivalent or above||Intel i3 or Apple M1 equivalent or above|
|Disk Space||2GB or above free space||2GB or above free space|
|System Memory (RAM)||8GB or above||8GB or above|
|Graphics Card (GPU)||NVIDIA GTX 950 or AMD RX 560 equivalent or above||AMD RX 560 or Apple M1 equivalent or above|
|OpenGL||3.3 or above||3.3 or above|
|Display (Monitor)||1366*768 or above||1366*768 or above|
How to Find Windows and Mac Computer Specifications?
For Windows Computer:
- Step 1. Click the Start menu to find the search bar or find the search bar next to the Windows key.
- Step 2. Enter "dxdiag" in the search bar and press Enter.
- Step 3. Run the DxDiag.exe tool, and then you can see the computer specifications of the windows computer.
For Mac Computer:
- Step 1. Click the Apple icon on the top left of your computer screen.
- Step 2. Click "About this Mac".
- Step 3. You will find the computer specifications in the following appearing window.
Supported Input & Output Video Formats
|Imput||3G2, 3GP, ASF, AVI, DivX, F4V, FLV, H261, H263, H264, HEVC, M4V, MKV, MOV,MP4, MPEG, MPEG4, MPG, MXF, OGV, RM, RMVB, WEBM, WMV, 3GP2, DMSM, DVDmedia, DVR-MS, MTS, TRP, TS, VOB, VRO, xvid, GIF|
|Output||MP4, MOV, MKV, M4V, AVI|
What is Virtual Memory and How to Enable it?
What is Virtual Memory?
Virtual memory is a technology for computer system memory management. When the memory is exhausted, the computer will automatically call the hard disk to act as memory, that is, allocate a part of the hard disk space to be used as memory to alleviate the problem of insufficient memory. It makes the application think that there is continuous available memory, but in fact, it is usually divided into multiple physical memory fragments, and some are temporarily stored on external disk storage.
How to Enable Virtual Memory?
- Step 1. Right-click "This PC" on the Windows desktop, and click "Properties" in the menu. In the window that appears select "Advanced System Settings"
- Step 2. Click Settings in the performance column of the Advanced tab, and then select the "Advanced" option in the "Performance Options", and the virtual memory column will appear below.
- Step 3. Click the "Change" button, and then the "Virtual Memory" setting dialog box will be opened.