Just wanted to say thanks for your work. It works perfectly well on Windows 10 with DX12. I'm on a 21:9 screen with 3440x1440 resolution. No lag at all and 0.1% cpu usage. Great work ! Thanks again
I made some progress :
- got my RPI running hyperion. It works fine. I can set any color I want through HyperCon.
- find out there is a program called hyperion-x11 that is part of main hyperion repo (no doc about it on the web ?) that does the grab job on linux :Code
./bin/hyperion-x11 -a 192.168.1.29:19445 -f 20 hyperion-x11: version : master (GitHub-c8cc507/47d087a-1503849303 build time: Sep 26 2017 00:08:29 PROTOCONNECTION INFO: Connecting to Hyperion: 192.168.1.29:19445 X11GRABBER INFO: Update of screen resolution: [0x0] => [3440x1440] X11GRABBER INFO: Using XRender for grabbing PROTOCONNECTION INFO: Connected to Hyperion: 192.168.1.29:19445
Next step -> Windows 10 !
I'm very interested by this project, but I'm a total newbee. I have a question that I'm not able to solve, even going through this forum or the wiki. Your help is very welcomed.
For my desktop computer, I have a dual boot system Windows 10 / Unbuntu 14.06. I would like to be able to drive backscreen leds from both systems. My idea is to install Hyperion on a Rapberry Pi 3 as an Hyperion server and then run a Windows or Linux grabber that will talk to this server. Is that possible ?
Is there a Windows 10 grabber/client that would be able to grab the whole screen and send the right messages to the hyperion server running on the raspberry pi ?
Same question for the linux side ? Is there a grabber / client ?
[Edit] Just to be more specific : I want it to work anytime, not only with kodi running.
Thank you for your help !