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Looking for 1080p playback...
#1
... through web browser.

I have a web-based app, that plays videos to different clients.
This is where the Raspberry fails (1080p through Chromium is very choppy).
Is Rock64 a better solution/alternative to this ? Can i have 1080p in the web browser ?
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(05-09-2018, 08:31 AM)Alywan Wrote: ... through web browser.

I have a web-based app, that plays videos to different clients.
This is where the Raspberry fails (1080p through Chromium is very choppy).
Is Rock64 a better solution/alternative to this ? Can i have 1080p in the web browser ?

For desktop use, I'd only really consider the RockPro64 as actually viable
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#3
It's not really desktop use;
We have an app, that sends videos through a weblink;
We only need the Chromium to open this link automatically, and loop/display the video links send through this web page.
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