Tag Archives: omxplayer

OMXPlayer Builds Update

http://omxplayer.sconde.net/   About OMXPlayer is a commandline OMX player for the Raspberry PI. It was developed as a testbed for the XBMC Raspberry PI implementation and is quite handy to use standalone. OMXPlayer has big dependencies that take long to compile on Raspberry Pi and usually without sucess, so I decided to make a build-bot for creating binary distributions for Raspbian (Debian with hard-float for RPi). I didn’t wrote the code, I just provide the binary packages. If you have

Looping video playlist with Omxplayer on the Raspberry Pi

Looping video playlist with Omxplayer on the Raspberry Pi http://www.cenolan.com/2013/03/looping-video-playlist-omxplayer-raspberry-pi/ The Raspberry Pi comes with an awesome little video player called Omxplayer that is very capable of playing back full 1080p video perfectly when encoded correctly in H.264/AAC. One problem is the current lack of playlist support in omxplayer, so this post explains how to create a bash script that will permanently loop through and play a directory of videos.   First install omxplayer: sudo apt-get install omxplayer Now create this script named for

Looping videos seamlessly OMXPlayer

http://www.sundh.com/blog/2013/10/loop-videos-seamlessly-omxplayer/ Looping videos seamlessly OMXPlayer Ellen 16:30 on October 15, 2013 As I looked for different solutions for looping videos on the Raspberry Pi seamlessly I eventually came out with a solution that worked quited good for videos looping with sounds. Looking at the possiblities of using the existing example of hello_video/video.c to loop a video wasn’t an option as sound was not supported and syncing sound was not something I wanted to spend time on. Instead I looked to jbaiter’s OMXPlayer library pyomxplayer build in

Raspberry Pi playing a video in loop

http://www.mindemedia.no/wordpress/?p=16 Raspberry Pi playing a video in loop May 11, 2013 So there is gonna be an art exibition where i work, its mainly video art, so they will need six projectors showing one piece of video each, and they are all gonna run in loop, all day long. There are several boxes that can play video, and still be cheaper than the mini-mac, but none as cheap as the raspberry pi. So i decided to see if i could