Production Truck is a software application that runs on Mac and Windows. The specifications of the computer you use will determine the amount of cameras that can be used with that computer as well as the amount of replay seconds you can capture. The following examples are separated by models but the processors and memory(RAM) are the key influencers when it comes to the amount of seconds you can capture for replay and the number of cameras the computer can handle. 



Mac (Minimum)

Operating System: macOS 10.13+ (High Sierra, Mojave)

CPU: Intel Core i5, i3

RAM: 8 GB

Hard Drive: 128 GB


Capabilities:

    -2+ cameras

    -Up to 720p stream quality

    -Single camera replay

Reference Models:

    -Macbook Air

    -Base level Mac Mini or iMac

    -Macbook Pro 13in


Mac (Recommended for best video quality)

Operating System: macOS 10.13+ (High Sierra, Mojave)

CPU: Intel Core i5 or Core i7 (Quad or 6 Core)

GPU: Discrete Graphics (AMD Radeon Pro)

RAM: 16 GB

Hard Drive: 250 GB


Capabilities:

    -4 cameras

    -Up to 1080p stream quality

    -4 Camera Replay + Live Feed Replay

Reference Models:

    -Mac Mini or iMac w/ Upgraded Processor, RAM

    -Macbook Pro 15in


*Reference Mac Models are based on current generation hardware.  Older Mac computers will work but may offer varying degrees of performance based on model year and specs.


Windows (Recommended for best video quality)

Operating System: 64-Bit Windows 10

CPU: Intel Core i5-8300H @ 2.30 GHz (NOT RECOMMEND TO PURCHASE AN I7U PROCESSOR)

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

RAM: 16 GB

Hard Drive: 250 GB


Capabilities:

    -2+ cameras

    -Up to 720p stream quality

    -No replay available on Windows (only Production Truck Standard features are available on Windows)


Windows (Minimum)

Operating System: 64-Bit Windows 10

CPU: Intel Core i5 7200U @ 2.50 GHz

RAM: 8 GB

Hard Drive: 100 GB 


Capabilities:

    -2+ cameras

    -Up to 720p stream quality

    -No replay available on Windows (only Production Truck Standard features are available on Windows)


Use the website https://www.cpubenchmark.net/ to compare