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RPi + Other Software Raspberry Pi 4

Discussion in 'Hardware Support' started by straylit, 24 June 2019.

  1. straylit

    straylit New Member

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  2. b1rdhous3

    b1rdhous3 Member Developer

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    Maybe you?:)

    Sadly in Germany the 4GB Version is not on Stock anywhere. So i ll have to wait.
     
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  3. straylit

    straylit New Member

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    The race is on!

    I ordered my RPi4 a few minutes after the announcement so we'll see when it arrives.

    I have/had 4K dreams for the Le Potato but software can take quite a while.

    Hoping they are both well supported on the mainline kernel before too long.
     
  4. mjsevilla

    mjsevilla New Member

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    What kind of new efficiencies should we expect with the new raspberry Pi 4 for Hyperion?
     
  5. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    most users wonna look 4k videos, with the pi4 this should be now possible... but the software is the same...maybe less cpu usage but no other big changes...
     
  6. ma5k

    ma5k New Member

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    I got it working on my PI4 2G, works just fine with libreelec ^^
     
  7. mjsevilla

    mjsevilla New Member

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    Yes, I believe I am one of those people! I have a 4K HDR LG TV that I would love to add Hyperion ambilight to. However, I will continue to watch and learn hoping the Pi4 will prove to be an easier install for 4K HDR.
     
  8. matthew henry

    matthew henry New Member

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    Im just really hoping this will allow me to throw away both utv007 and stk1160 30FPS capture devices and upgrade to something with USB 3.0 that is 60FPS. This is my dream and the only thing I don't currently like with my system.

    my assumption is that as long as the 3.0 capture device is V4L2 compatible that it should at least have some hope.......
     
  9. mjsevilla

    mjsevilla New Member

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    Agreed. Wherever we have the opportunity to reduce the number of adapters/converts in the setup, the better. As excited as I am to build my own Hyperion ambilight setup, I think I'll wait for now.
     
  10. b1rdhous3

    b1rdhous3 Member Developer

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    Yeah, as long as it is V4L2 compatible you can give it a go. But please keep in mind that some devices only deliver MJPEG video material. Currently this is not supported by the stable Hyperion version. I don't know if you guys know Hyperion.ng. Here it should be working. But afaik we are lagging of testers for it...
     
  11. straylit

    straylit New Member

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    My pi4 just showed up. On raspbian everything compiled fine and hyperion-dispmanx is working. I tried the same for hyperion.ng as well but that one is just returning static color bars.
     
  12. Gimmicktool

    Gimmicktool New Member

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    Would a HDMI to USB-C grabber work? And if so, does anyone know of one that works with hyperion?
    I'm new to all of this and im trying to set up "ambilight" on a 100" projector screen.
    I don't have all the parts yet but i was looking at raspberry pi 4 with a hdmi to usbc grabber and draw power from the same supply i have for the leds, 5v 20a.