What are the hardware requirements to use CaseGuard Studio


What are the hardware requirements to use CaseGuard Studio

CaseGuard Studio can run on any Windows-based machine. There are no distinct minimum requirements. However, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Storage requirements

CaseGuard Studio needs free storage space to process your project. CaseGuard Studio can comfortably operate on 16 GB of RAM with 100 GB of storage capacity.

Graphics Card for AI Video Processing

To run AI video processing to automatically redact faces, license plates, screens, notepads, and other objects from videos and images, we highly recommend having a Graphics Card like NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 or higher to get the expected optimal performance.

Having a good graphics card will process your files in real-time. This means if you have a 20-minute video, the automatic AI Faces, License Plates redaction will be done in less than 20 minutes. While running the automatic AI Redaction without a graphics card might take hours to finish processing.

Here’s a list of recommended system requirements for CaseGuard.

Minimum Recommended (or Higher)
Operating System Win 10, 64-bit Win 10, 64-bit
Processor Intel Xeon E5-2620 v4 @ 2.10 GHz, 16 cores Intel® 11th Generation or newer CPU with
Quick Sync – or AMD Ryzen™ 3000
Series / Threadripper 2000 series or
newer CPU
RAM 16GB 32 GB DDR4 2933
Hard Drive (OS/Processing) 100 GB SSD 1000 GB flash_memory_solid_state
Hard Drive (Video Storage) 1 TB 2 TB
Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080
Media Blu-ray Burner Blu-ray Burner

How to Check What Graphics Card is on Your Windows Machine

  • Press the “Windows” key on your keyboard to open the Start menu.
  • Type “Device Manager” and select the “Device Manager” app from the search results.


  • In the Device Manager window, expand the “Display adapters” category by clicking on the arrow next to it.
    You should see the name of your graphics card listed under the “Display adapters” category. It may include the manufacturer’s name, such as NVIDIA or AMD, followed by the model number of the graphics card.