The Raspberry Pi media player is a simple application that automates playing of HD video content.
Jon McCormack Nikolas Skoufis
It is suitable for applications such as digital signage, museum and gallery media displays, or any application that needs to automate the display of video material. The application allows remote management via a simple web interface. The capacity and number of videos is limited only by local storage capacity.
The media player provides a low cost alternative to commercial media players and is used in sensiLab for our media displays. It is open source and available via Github.
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