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As of July 2021 you can get half way there. There is a V4L2 M2M (memory to memory) interface that is used to access hardware encoders and decoders, and the Pi seems to have pretty good support for that now. So you can do hardware decoding like this: ffmpeg -c:v h264_v4l2m2m -i file.mkv ... ffplay -codec:v h264_v4l2m2m file.mkv The problem is that the ...


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In case someone is stumbling across a just flickering screen [not blue(no signal), not black(consistent signal)]: Double check your connection! Just found out that Raspberry decided to not stick to commercial 3.5mm 4pin standard. Thought I can use a regular 3.5mm 4pin cable (with composite video), but u can not. They inverted GND and Video pin: Sleeve - ...


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