Environment requirements for running demos

To run the Quividi demonstration, you will be needing:

  • Computer
    • an x86 architecture with at least an Intel i3 processor (i5 prefered)
    • If you’re using an Apple Mac computer, you’ll be able to run the demonstrations but will need to have the video analytics run on a separate PC computer. Please read specific instructions here.
      Sorry, iOS and Android systems are not supported.
    • 200 Mb of hard disk space (for most demos)
  • Screen
    • Any screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels or higher (preferably in 1920*1080)
      Note: the majority of Quividi demos are in portrait mode – however you’ll be able to filter only those demonstrations in landscape mode if your screen is only in landscape mode
  • Camera
    • Any USB camera with a 640 x 480 pixels resolution or higher (preferably in 1920*1080)
    • IP cameras can be used, but generally induce a lag in the rendering of the image on the screen that make the demonstrations less reactive
  • Operating system
    • Windows (Vista, Seven or 10 or more recent)
    • or Linux (all versions)
    • or Mac OS 10.12 and above
  • Software
    • Google Chrome version XXX and above
      Note that some demos may work under other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox or Apple Safari, but layout may be inconsistent.
    • Quividi VidiReports Expert, which you’ll have to ask Quividi to activate for you with a license
      Note: a small number of demos also run with VidiReports Pro version

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