motorheadParticipant08/22/2014 at 21:20Post count: 65JKP-FactoryGuest09/05/2014 at 18:55Post count: 908
With HDMI-Grapper or without?
When without please How-To?dizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 22:32Post count: 9
Nice, job! Looks awesome with the Street Fighter intro.motorheadParticipant09/07/2014 at 12:11Post count: 65
I used Raspberry + Openelec & Retropie (Works in both) + Hyperion + leds with chip WS2801:
You can follow this tutorial, is easy!JKP-FactoryGuest09/07/2014 at 16:55Post count: 908
only install Hyperion and Retropie under Openelec and it works immediately ?JKP-FactoryGuest09/09/2014 at 12:51Post count: 908
I can’t intall RetroPie under OpenElec :(
Please helpmotorheadParticipant09/09/2014 at 14:18Post count: 65
You can install Hyperion in OpeneElec or in Retropie, but if you only want to have this working with the games, forget openelec. Follow this steps with fully working retropie 2.3 image:
1. Enable SPI module in raspi-config, is in advanced settings. Then reboot.
2. Install Hyperion as described in tutorial and reboot.
3. Enjoy!!JKP-FactoryGuest09/10/2014 at 13:00Post count: 908
This ist the Info I wanted :)
Only install hyperion under Retropie and it worksmotorheadParticipant09/10/2014 at 17:50Post count: 65
Yes! Don’t forget enabling SPI!!! because this module is disabled in retropie by default…cmvacParticipant12/06/2014 at 10:07Post count: 1
Actually you can use Retroarch with Openelec and play emulated games directly from Openelec and XBMC.
I have it installed and it works like a charm. The only issue I found was everytime you start a game, you have to configure your controller. Maybe there’s a way to get around this, but I still haven’t found it.
I also have build my Hyperion ambilight set with a USBTV007 EasyCAP capturing my TV output. I want it to capture also the Retroarch but I don’t know what is the priority given to Retroarch for the v4l driver. Can anyone help me?
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