Custom hardware configuration
QTAKE runs on macOS using the latest software and hardware technology available from Apple, Inc. QTAKE also supports a multitude of video cards from AJA, BMD, and Deltacast to capture video, audio, and timecode information. Each clip is recorded to high-speed media storage and can be retrieved instantly for playback, editing, or compositing. With the power of modern GPU architecture, QTAKE can perform intensive image processing in real-time, such as real-time chroma keying or CGI rendering.
The basic configuration of a working QTAKE system consists of an Apple Mac computer and a supported video card for input (and optionally output). Performance varies greatly depending on the selected video codecs and image processing requirements. Generally, we recommend getting the top-of-the-line Mac models to allow enough headroom for complex projects.