In this guide, we will be showing you how to play videos using OMXPlayer on your Raspberry Pi. It is a lightweight and optimized video player that can be used from the command line, making it perfect for systems without a GUI.
This tutorial will show you how to install the AnyDesk software to the Raspberry Pi. AnyDesk is a highly optimized remote desktop software that works a lot like TeamViewer. You can even use the software to manage other computers from your Pi remotely.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to install the Widevine DRM to the Raspberry Pi. This library is what enables you to stream Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney Plus, Spotify, and more to your Pi by using a web browser like Chromium
In this project, you will be learning how to run the video conferencing tool Zoom on the Raspberry Pi. As Zoom does not have a client for the Pi’s ARM hardware, we need to utilize an x86 emulator called Box86 to get it running. The video tool runs well on the Pi, and you can even host your own meetings.
In this Raspberry Pi project, we will be showing you how to install the Jellyfin media server. It is an entirely open-source and free alternative to other media servers such as Plex and Emby. The media server is packed with features such as hardware acceleration, live TV support, and more.
In this guide, you will be learning how to install and setup OSMC. OSMC is a fast Kodi distribution for single-board computers such as the Raspberry Pi. It is one of the perfect ways of turning your device into a capable media center.
In this tutorial, we take you through the straightforward steps of installing and setting up Kodi on the Raspberry Pi. Using these steps, you can install Kodi on a standard operating system without relying on a third-party distribution such as OSMC or LibreELEC.
In this Raspberry Pi project, we will be walking you through installing the Screenly software on your Raspberry Pi. Screenly OSE is a free and open-source digital signage software for the Pi. It is fast and easily manageable through an excellent web interface.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to add wake word detection to your Raspberry Pi by using the Porcupine software. Porcupine is a lightweight and accurate wake word engine that was developed by AI company Picovoice.
In this guide, we will walk you through the process of installing the RasPlex operating system. This software is a performance-friendly Plex client that has been built with the Raspberry Pi in mind. Using this client, you can stream media from your Plex server to your Pi.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to compile and run the Plex Media Player on the Raspberry Pi. The player is one of the few ways to get a working Plex client on the Raspberry Pi. Using this player, you will get the latest Plex features directly from the developers.
In this tutorial we will be showing you the straightforward steps to installing the XBian operating system to your Raspberry Pi. XBian is a Kodi distribution designed to maximize the performance of small computers like the Raspberry Pi and the CuBOX-i.
Add Bluetooth to your speakers by using a Raspberry Pi. Set up audio streaming for any old speaker or hi-fi system with this straightforward guide. By following this guide you will also get support for Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay and multi-room streaming.
In this guide you will learn how to install LibreELEC to your Raspberry Pi. LibreELEC is a cut down Linux distribution that has been built just to run the Kodi media player as fast as possible. It is a continuation of the popular OpenELEC project.
In this tutorial we will be showing you the process for installing and configuring MiniDLNA on your Raspberry Pi. MiniDLNA is a server that implements the UPnP and DLNA protocols for streaming media such as videos, pictures and audio.
This tutorial will walk you through the steps on how to install and set up the OpenMediaVault software on your Raspberry Pi. OMV allows you to set your Pi up as a NAS in a few easy steps with support for a variety of sharing services.
In this tutorial, we will be teaching you how to interact with your TV using the HDMI-CEC protocol from your Raspberry Pi. Using this, you can turn a compatible TV on, off, and even control the volume, among other things
In this guide, you will learn how to stream TV from your Raspberry Pi by using a USB TV tuner and the Tvheadend software. You can even use the Tvheadend software to record live tv and also retrieve EPG information from multiple sources.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to compile the FFmpeg software on the Raspberry Pi. FFmpeg is a collection of libraries that can encode and decode various video and audio codecs that is compatible with the Pi’s ARM architecture.
This tutorial will run you through the process of getting Netflix working on your Raspberry Pi. To get Netflix to work on the Pi we will be making use of a special add-on for the popular media center, Kodi.