What are the differences between the minimum and recommended system requirements?
The minimum system requirements lists the basic hardware/software that are required to run the specific CyberLink product. If your system configuration meets the minimum system requirements, you can run the CyberLink product with no problems. However, it may result in slower processing of program features, and you may need more time to finish the task. Additionally, lesser memory (RAM) implies that in some occasions, larger files may not be processed correctly. For example, real-time capture may also result in frame drops on a minimum requirement system.
By contrast, meeting the recommended system requirements will allow you to fully take advantage of all the featuers and benefits of CyebrLink programs, with shorter processing times, and increased ease of use.