Banana Pi M2+ [Off-Topic?]

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marco.hahn
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Banana Pi M2+ [Off-Topic?]

Post by marco.hahn » Sat Aug 12, 2017 5:23 am

Has anybody succeeded to run a mythfrontend on a Banana Pi M2+?

The hardware allows playback of HEVC streams (e.g. DVB-T2 in Germany) as successfully tried with vlc3.0 beta. However, the OS (Ubuntu Mate 16.04) seems to be a rather low quality hack. mythfrontend is missing a libopenmaxil.so. This lib seems to be Raspberry Pi only and the OS is probably not correctly migrated from Raspberry to Banana Pi.

Sorry, if this may be off-topic. Any better place to look for help?

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Re: Banana Pi M2+ [Off-Topic?]

Post by beppo » Fri Aug 18, 2017 7:39 am

Hello,

I did not have an answer, but I'm very interested in what you find out.
I'm searching for a lightweight client with the capabilities to play content at a 4K TV in order to replace my old atom frontends.

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Beppo
Viele Grüße Beppo

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Re: Banana Pi M2+ [Off-Topic?]

Post by pgbennett » Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:10 pm

MythTV has support for openmax decoding and rendering on the Raspberry Pi. Probably the Banana Pi does not support openmax, so it is not likely to work.

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