Seconding Andre's vote for raspberry pi. The best thing about this - the device
is single-tasking. I've seen digital work sabotaged by a Windows OS cry for
software update in the gallery. . .
Size makes physical installation more fun/interesting in a gallery space as
well. It can be piggybacked onto the projector, no big deal.
> On Feb 27, 2016, at 2:54 PM, Paul Harrill <p...@publiccinema.org> wrote:
> This is a really low bitrate file, actually — like, 10mbps. And I’ve tried it
> with a 45 minute file, and a much longer one. It just seems to stutter and
> drop frames after a while.
>> On Feb 27, 2016, at 3:23 PM, todd eacrett <hell...@agit-prop.com> wrote:
>> Oops. Didn't read that you are using the Micca Speck... Regarding the
>> freezing, how long is the file you looping? Have you tried different types
>> of files? I've had similar problems with high bitrates and/or crappy cabes
>> on WDTV players.
>>> On Sat, Feb 27, 2016 at 10:18 AM, Paul Harrill <p...@publiccinema.org>
>>> Hi all,
>>> I’m looking for recommendations for media players capable of looping video
>>> seamlessly for several hours in an installation/gallery environment.
>>> I’ve been trying out this Micca Speck G2 player, but it has been freezing
>>> up after 50 minutes or so:
>>> I need it to be able to run as long as 10 hours, continuously. Does anyone
>>> have any ideas? I’ll need three, so something affordable would be awesome.
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