Video Demo of XMBC on Raspberry Pi

XMBC is a free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub for digital media. Some people are currently working on porting it to the Raspberry Pi board.

They posted a video demo on their forum and I uploaded the video to YouTube for those interested in seeing the progress. The video just shows XMBC booting, then accessing the menu and showing the Videocore GPU is detected. This is still work in progress, but it looks promising.

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Ganesh @ AnandTech
12 years ago

cnxsoft, I love your website, and this blog is in my RSS feed for all news related to the embedded world. I also respect the XBMC developers a lot, but I am willing to wager that this is a project which will go nowhere. I would love to see XBMC up and running on a low cost embedded platform, but the Raspberry Pi is not that platform. The SoC used in the Raspberry Pi is the same as that used in the Roku 2s. That SoC seems to support only H.264 decode. People using XBMC want to decode multiple video… Read more »

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