Video wall?
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Anyone made a video wall pine64's?  I have four and would like to run a four-display "screen" with the source material split across all four.  I know about piwall (piwall.co.uk), but I would prefer to use on-hand hardware.  Also prefer to stay on linux.
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I didn't even know this existed on the RPI! very very cool stuff. I don't know if anyone attempted anything similar using the Pine - not in the least due to problems with getting accelerated video playback on Linux (although its possible using mplayer). Currently doing other Pine-related things but when I have some time I will come back and take a look at this as its pretty interesting. Does piwall have their stuff up on git ?
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(04-12-2017, 04:21 PM)Luke Wrote: I didn't even know this existed on the RPI! very very cool stuff. I don't know if anyone attempted anything similar using the Pine - not in the least due to problems with getting accelerated video playback on Linux (although its possible using mplayer). Currently doing other Pine-related things but when I have some time I will come back and take a look at this as its pretty interesting. Does piwall have their stuff up on git ?

No, I don't think so, or I haven't found it there.  They've migrated to a commercial entity as well.
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