Seismic Duck 2.2 For Windows
Seismic Duck should run on most PCs built after 2003. The requirements are:
- Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or better. Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or better recommended.
- Windows® XP or later.
- Video display with:
- 32-bit color
- A screen resolution between 1024×768 and 2560×1440. A widescreen monitor works best.
- DirectX 9.0c End-User Runtime or later. If you play video games on your computer, you probably already have it. If not, you can install it from Microsoft's page DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer.
The current Seismic Duck 2.2 has been tested on:
- Intel® i7-4770S processor running 64-bit Windows® 8.1
There was a known flickering problem on Windows 8.1 with Intel HD 4600 graphics, but seems to have been resolved by a Windows update in spring of 2015.
Installing Seismic Duck 2.2
Seismic Duck uses the Windows installer.
- Download SeismicDuck-2.2 msi.
- Run the downloaded file.
- Default installation locations for executable and documentation:
- Windows XP and Windows 7: Start → All Programs → Seismic Duck.
- Windows 8: start screen should have a Seismic Duck entry with the program and README.
On Windows 7 and prior, a link to the duckumentation is installed on the Start menu. For Windows 8.0 and later you will need to open the duckmentation directly. It will be installed in C:\Program Files (x86)\Seismic Duck\README.html A PDF version of the documentation can be found at the bottom of the Seismic Duck home page.
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