Display Resolution of your monitor should be such that it can support window size of 1366 x 768 or higher. Otherwise Scrite will show a minimum functionality UI that is suitable for reading screenplays – not as much for editing.
RAM of 8GB or more
Any Intel processor with 2 or more cores.
A dedicated graphics card.
On Windows: Scrite works best on Windows 10
You can install and use Scrite on Windows 7 & Windows 8.1 also, however we don’t actively test on these platforms. So it may not work at its best.
IMPORTANT: If Scrite installation fails or after installation, it fails to start (by reporting DLL errors); please ensure that you install all Windows OS Updates and then reinstall Scrite.
While Upgrading, please uninstall the previous version of Scrite before installing the new version.
On macOS: Scrite works on any Mac released after 2012. As of now we we build only for Intel Macs and we do not have a timeline for Apple Silicon Macs (they are yet to be released anyway)
Note: Scrite can be used only on macOS 10.12 and later.
Scrite requests macOS to use the dedicated graphics card on your Mac to render animations and smooth scrolls. If your Mac does not have a dedicated graphics card, then we recommend that you turn off all animations in Settings > Additional.
On Linux: Ubuntu 16.04 and higher.
Note: only 64-bit builds are available for Linux.
While we want to support 32-bit hardware, it may never happen.