System requirements for mmhmm

Computer requirements

Mac

Required operating system

mmhmm requires macOS 12.3 or later.

Preferred hardware

Apple M1 or later processor.

Windows

Required operating system and hardware

  • OS: Microsoft Windows 10
    Running Windows build #17134 or later.
    EG: 10.0.17134
    (Updated May 2018 or later.)
    or Microsoft Windows 11
  • Processor: 64-bit Intel or AMD based processor
    (32-bit and ARM-based systems are not supported. This includes Surface Pro X devices).
  • GPU: OpenGL 4.1 compatible graphics card

Preferred operating system and hardware

  • Dedicated Graphics Card
    8GB RAM
    100MB of available storage
    Updated device drivers

  • To use GIPHY slides: 

    • Microsoft Edge Webview 2 Runtime
    • Microsoft .NET Framework

If you are seeing an error that says "your system does not meet the minimum requirements to run mmhmm," click here.

Web browser

We recommend using mmhmm in Google Chrome.
mmhmm will work in most web browsers, but some will have limitations:
  • Google Chrome - Full functionality.
  • Mozilla Firefox - No recording option.
  • Safari - No ability to present the mmhmm camera. Share screen only allows you to share your entire screen. There is no option to share an individual desktop window.  

Network requirements

All versions of mmhmm require internet access to the following hosts:

  • https://api.mmhmm.app
  • https://ws.mmhmm.app
  • https://share.mmhmm.app
  • https://s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com
  • https://updates.mmhmm.app
  • https://ooo.mmhmm.app
  • https://stream.mux.com
  • https://ws-proxy.mmhmm.app
  • wss://ws-proxy.mmhmm.app
  • wss://ws.mmhmm.app
  • https://*.twilio.com
  • wss://*.twilio.com
  • https://*.algolia.net

All communication with these hosts is over TLS, using port 443


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