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RPi + Other Software Running on Orange Pi Zero

Discussion in 'Hardware Support' started by juqrtopm, 1 March 2017.

  1. juqrtopm

    juqrtopm New Member

    I want to make an ambilight using hyperion with the HDMI splitter / grabber etc, have some x86 clients, but the Orange Pi Zero is very appealing at it's price point, will hyperion run on it? And if so should I use the USBTV007 or the STK1160?

    Edit: plan to use an Ardunio in between the OS and the LEDS
    Last edited: 1 March 2017
  2. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

    RPi1/Zero, RPi2, RPi3, +Arduino, +WLED, RPi4
    before you buy a orange pi zero, you can by a rpi zero... and the usbtv007 is the better choice
  3. gebn

    gebn New Member

    RPi3, +Arduino
    I suggest you go for an RPI, while the orange pi will work, you will need to compile it's armbian development kernel to have support for the USBTV007 (support was installed in kernel 3.19-rc1 and Opi only has a stable kernel at 3.4, dev kernel is at 4.10 currently) and then compile hyperion for it, i will be writing an indepth tutorial soon but i still have some flashing/glitching problems on both the OrangePi Plus and Rpi