1 The TechSmith Relay server installer will automatically install a version of SQL Server when installing Relay. These requirements pertain to using an external SQL Server or upgrading an older version of TechSmith Relay with an earlier version of SQL Server.
Accessing the TechSmith Relay web application requires:
Internet Explorer 11
Firefox (latest version)
Safari (latest version)
Chrome (latest version)
Microsoft Edge (Windows 10 Anniversary Update or later)
Q: Can I run TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) in a Virtual Machine configuration?
A: TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) may be run in a virtualized environment with the understanding that the CPU-intensive nature of transcodings makes it a good fit for a dedicatedserver. If given the necessary resources in a properly configured VM instance, it will work well. Running the TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) server on an underpowered or multi-purpose VM is not recommended and will result in poor performance.
Q: Can I run other applications on the same server with TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted)?
A: TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) is designed to run on a stand-alone server and not as an application on a multi-purpose server. Other SQL Server installations or instances, additional websites, or other non-standard software or web applications installed on the server may cause problems with the recorder (client) communication with the TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) server.
Q: What should I do to prepare my server for installation?
A: It is recommended that you begin with a fresh install of Windows Server, install all related Windows patches, and then install TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) Server. The software installer will walk you through the setup process.
Q: Do I really need 500+ GB of hard drive space on the server?
A: Yes. You need a lot of hard disk space because unprocessed recordings consume space until they are published (at which time the original recording is deleted). As a rough guideline, a 1-hour recording requires as much as 10 GB of space.
Q: What’s the benefit of more CPU cores?
A: More processing cores means more simultaneous encoding potential, and therefore, faster encoding and publishing.
Q: Why doesn’t TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) use all available CPU cores for encoding?
A: TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) reserves one core for overhead processes which yields faster encodings and publishing overall. For example, if you use a quad-core server, TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) will encode 3 simultaneous recordings. This achieves the fastest performance, and is faster than if all 4 cores were dedicated to encoding recordings.
TechSmith Relay (Self-Hosted) System Requirements Desktop Recorder To run TechSmith Relay Recorder, the presenter needs a Mac or PC with these minimums. Windows Microsoft Windows
SOURCE: Hostedserver https://www.techsmith.com/techsmith-relay-self-hosted-system-requirements.html Hostedserver
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