Video Card Requirements for ON1 Photo RAW 2023 and ON1 2023 Apps
At ON1, we strive to build amazing new solutions to photographers’ problems. This means that we are often at the tip of the spear for research and technologies. To enable these solutions, the system requirements needed to run our software change from time to time.
Make Sure you've installed our latest update for ON1 PHOTO RAW 2023 from HERE
With our 2023 generation of products, we take advantage of some of these new technologies including Vulkan and DirectML. These technologies are widely supported on video cards (GPUs) manufactured in the past five years.
However, to unlock them, you may need to install the latest drivers.
- ON1 Photo RAW 2023
- ON1 Photo Keyword AI
- ON1 Effects 2023
- ON1 HDR 2023
- ON1 NoNoise AI 2023
- ON1 Portrait AI 2023
- ON1 Resize AI 2023
Video Card Requirements:
DirectX 12, DirectML, Vulkan 1.1, and OpenGL 4.2 compatible video card with 2GB VRAM, 1920x1080 resolution (at 100% scale factor)
DirectX 12, DirectML, Vulkan 1.1, and OpenGL 4.2 compatible video card with 8GB VRAM, 1920x1080 resolution (at 100% scale factor)
Metal, Vulkan 1.1, and OpenGL 4.2 compatible video card with 2GB VRAM, 1920x1080 resolution (at 100% scale factor)
Metal, Vulkan 1.1, and OpenGL 4.2 compatible video card with 8GB VRAM, 1920x1080 resolution (at 100% scale factor)
Tested Video Cards
Internally these are the video cards we have tested on. While there are many other video cards that will work, these are what are available for our engineers and quality assurance team.
|Radeon Pro 555, 560, Vega 56, 5500M
|M1, M1 Max, M2
|Intel HD Graphics 630
AMD RX 580 (Polaris GCN)
Intel 9th Gen
NVIDIA MX-150 (Pascal)
Supported Video Cards:
These video cards, when included with the 2GB of VRAM or more, with the latest drivers
should meet the system requirements.
*Note you do need current drivers to ensure proper functionality.
Some laptop manufacturers do not allow the most current drivers to be installed and only provide specific updates through their own system updates.
MacBook Pro introduced in 2012 or later
MacBook Air introduced in 2012 or later
MacBook introduced in 2015 or later
Mac mini introduced in 2012 or later
iMac introduced in 2012 or later
Mac Pro introduced in late 2013 or later
AMD Radeon™ RX 5700 Series
AMD Radeon™ R9 Series graphics
AMD Radeon™ R7 Series graphics
AMD Radeon™ R5 240 graphics
AMD Radeon™ HD 8000 Series graphics for OEM systems (HD 8570 and up)
AMD Radeon™ HD 8000M Series graphics for notebooks
AMD Radeon™ HD 7000 Series graphics (HD 7730 and up
AMD Radeon™ HD 7000M Series graphics for notebooks (HD 7730M and up)
AMD A4/A6/A8/A10-7000 Series APUs
AMD A6/A8/A10 PRO-7000 Series APUs
AMD A6/A8/A10/FX™ 8000 Series APUs
AMD E1/A4/A10 Micro-6000 Series APUs
AMD E1/E2/A4/A6/A8-6000 Series APUs
AMD A4-1200, A4-1300 and A6-1400 Series APUs
AMD E1-2000, E2-3000, A4-5000, A6-5000, and A4 Pro-3000 Series APUs
Maxwell Architecture/GeForce 900 series and above
Intel HD Graphics 500 or above.
Intel ARC A310 or above
Check To See If Your GPU Supports Vulkan: HERE
Updating Your Drivers:
macOS — Simply enable the auto-update in your preferences. It is always recommended to use the latest version of macOS that your computer will support. This will include the latest drivers for your hardware.
Windows — Generally, each video card manufacturer will provide a diagnostic tool that will identify and download the latest video card driver for your device. Here are links to these tools.
Using the direct download from the manufacturer will guarantee the latest driver. Using the computer manufacturer’s utility or the built-in Windows update may not provide you with the latest driver. Note that some computers, generally laptops, may not allow you to install the latest driver. This is a decision controlled by the computer manufacturer. You may contact their technical support for help.
If you don’t know the manufacturer of your GPU or need more help with configuring which GPU to use, see this article.