Gyroflow doesn't have an installer, instead you just download the files, extract them and run the executable.
- 3.Open the extracted folder and run
Windows 10 64-bit (1809 or later)
- If you have Windows "N" install, go to
Add a feature-> enable
Media Feature Pack
Windows 7 is not supported, because of Qt 6 requirements
- 3.Drag & drop
Gyroflowapp to the Applications folder (or anywhere you want, like on Desktop)
You can also install using brew:
brew install gyroflow.
To upgrade Gyroflow, run
brew upgrade gyroflow
- macOS 10.14 or later
Both Intel and Apple Silicon are supported natively.
- 1.Make sure you have latest GPU drivers installed
- 3.Extract the files somewhere and run
./Gyroflowin the terminal.
- 4.If it doesn't work, you probably need to install additional dependencies:
sudo apt install libc++-dev libva2 libvdpau1 libasound2 libxkbcommon0 libpulse0 libvulkan1
GPU specific packages:
nvidia-opencl-icd nvidia-vaapi-driver nvidia-vdpau-driver nvidia-egl-icd nvidia-vulkan-icd libnvcuvid1 libnvidia-encode1
intel-media-va-driver i965-va-driver beignet-opencl-icd intel-opencl-icd
mesa-vdpau-drivers mesa-va-drivers mesa-opencl-icd libegl-mesa0 mesa-vulkan-drivers
.AppImageis also available, but it's recommended to run the
- Debian 10+
- Ubuntu 18.10+
- CentOS 8.2+
- openSUSE 15.3+
Other distros require glibc 2.28+ (
ldd --versionto check)
Android is not officially supported yet, but alpha builds are available and can be tested.
Don't expect a fully working app though.
Development moves fast and there are new features added very often, check them out by downloading the nightly build