Lumion 7 requires a good computer. Find out what you need.
Lumion requires a computer with a fast graphics card with plenty of memory. Make sure you look at the requirements below before you buy or upgrade a computer for Lumion.
In this blog post we recommend some desktop and laptop computers that will guarantee a great Lumion experience.
If you already have a laptop computer, please click here to see if it is suitable for Lumion.
NOTE: Lumion and Lumion Pro require an internet connection.
Recommended System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements
Lumion requires a PC with a fast NVIDIA or AMD graphics card with at least 2GB memory. If your laptop PC has a slow graphics card with less memory, or, if it only has an Intel HD graphics card, then your laptop PC is unsuitable for Lumion. The result will be graphics errors and driver crashes if you try to use Lumion. Please click here to see if you can run Lumion on your laptop PC.
Click here to find out which graphics card your PC has.
Click here to see how fast your graphics card is compared to other graphics cards.
Minimum graphics card requirements
Please click here for more information about graphics cards.
No, Lumion does not officially support 'remote desktop' access, for example via Windows Remote Desktop, WMWare Fusion, VMWare VDI, Citrix/ZenApp, Teamviewer, Nvidia GRID, XenServer, XenDesktop etc.
There are currently no plans to add support for any of these applications.
Some 'remote desktop' applications such as TeamViewer might let you start the rendering procedure but navigating around scenes and moving objects etc won't work as expected. Other 'remote desktop' applications such as Citrix and VMWare products will have trouble running Lumion.
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