Requirements for using Tegrity
|PC operating systems||
32-bit OS versions only:
|PC media player requirements||Windows Media Player (WMP) 10 or higher. WMP 11 or higher recommended|
|Mac operating systems||
|Mac media player requirements||
|Minimum RAM||1 GB|
|Recommended RAM||1 GB or more|
|Minimum CPU||Pentium 4, 1.3 GHz|
|Recommended CPU||Intel Core Duo|
Minot State University does not recommend any particular device or device manufacturer versus another. These are NOT endorsements or lack of endorsement of any specific microphone or camera. The information below are merely examples of devices successfully used by other Tegrity users. If you do not see your device or the manufacturer of your device listed below, donít worry. It will most likely work Ö just give it a try. And if you like a device that is not listed below, please let us know so that we can expand this list.
Any good quality recording microphone will work fine. Recording microphone features to be consider include:
- Connection type: wired or wireless
- Connection port type: 3.5mm inputs, USB, Firewire, Bluetooth (USB easiest setup)
- Directionality: uni-directional or omni-directional
- Range: individual or room
Below are a few suppliers, in alphabetical order, of microphones that have been used by our clients.
- Acoustic Magic
- Blue Microphones
- Sound Professionals
Selecting Video Cameras
Similar to microphones, most video cameras that are handled properly by your operating system should work with the Tegrity recorder. Tegrity supports QuickTime™ (on Mac) and DirectShow™ (on PC) compatible video input devices. Most webcams, camcorders, and capture cards are compatible with both frameworks, and compatibility of a particular product can be confirmed using a supplierís website or product documentation.
Below are a few suppliers, in alphabetical order, of video cameras that have been used by our clients.
In addition, some of our clients have configured IP cameras to work with a DirectShow source filter so that Tegrity can record the video stream.
Source: Tegrity © at http://help.tegrity.com/info-recording-peripheral-compatibility.html on 07/19/2012.