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Questions related to playing or editing video on the Raspberry Pi, both in SD and HD.

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If the doorbell camera generates PAL or NTSC the EasyCAP dongle will be able to decode the signal. So, yes. I haven't personally used an EasyCap on the Pi though so I don't know if the display will …
answered Nov 3 '16 by joan
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Af far as I am aware hardware decoding is not supported. From Raspberry Pi 2 - FAQ and collated answers What about H265 (HEVC)? H265 is currently being tested, but this would be entirely SW …
answered Feb 4 '15 by joan
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I doubt the Raspberry Pi gpios can be toggled at more than 30 million bits per second (the Pi model is irrelevant for all the BCM2835/BCM2836 based Pis). So theoretically 3.75 MBps from each gpio. T …
answered Mar 3 '15 by joan
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To do this simultaneously you probably need to assume each Pi has a common time reference. If they are networked one can assume that they may all be synced to network time. Rather than propagating a …
answered Sep 30 '17 by joan
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From Raspberry Pi 2 - FAQ and collated answers Do I still need CODEC licences? Yes, if you want to use the HW decoders. However, the higher speed of the device MIGHT mean a SW decoder can be used. This will depend on the resolution of the video you are trying to display. …
answered Feb 8 '15 by joan
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The Pi does not have factory settings in that sense. Everything is held on the SD card. You will have to burn a new image to a SD card.
answered Nov 9 '17 by joan
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You really shouldn't be controlling servos with software timed pulses. However that is not the problem with the code. Have a look through http://sourceforge.net/p/raspberry-gpio-python/tickets I th …
answered Jun 8 '16 by joan
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Raspbian jessie appears to have qt5 in the repository. If you're still on Wheezy, you can upgrade it through this tutorial. $ cat /etc/os-release PRETTY_NAME="Raspbian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie)" NAME="R …
answered May 18 '15 by joan