Raspberry pi media player

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Raspberry pi media player

Raspberry pi media player

Broadcasting news continuously via a digital signage device in your waiting room, in a commercial establishment, in a hotel reception... is a definite plus. To do this, you need a flexible and powerful Raspberry pi media player that can adapt to your business. In order to be a plus for your business, your broadcasts must be attractive, clear and well paced.

What can you display with a Raspberry pi media player?

- HD videos
- Pictures
- Web Pages
- Animated GIF
- Turn off you screen at night

The Kiosk player software allows you to manage slideshows, video, display and update the information to be broadcasted on your screen.

How to try a Raspberry pi media player?

Just download Linutop OS free software and install it on a Micro SD inside any Raspberry Pi or a PC and you are ready to go!
Linutop OS is based on Raspberry Pi OS and can be installed on all the Raspberry Pis: Zero, 1, 2, 3, 4, 400, B, B+, A and A+.
To configure the DIY digital signage for Raspberry Pi according to your needs, create the playlist by adding your documents in the interface.

Linutop Kiosk is a powerfull Raspberry pi media player

A Raspberry pi media player should allow you to manage slideshows, transitions, display very readable tables and update the information to be broadcasted. Linutop Kiosk, a program designed by the manufacturer Linutop for its mini PC, is the ideal solution. Easy to configure and lightweight, it can distribute your playlists and your digital content as you wish.

Just set it up according to your needs, it will then broadcast your playlist in loop. Its menu also allows the integration of browsers settings, so it is easy to transmit streaming video feeds via the digital display.

Linutop, the reference in Raspberry pi media player

The leading products of this company specialized in computer is primarily Linutop mini PC which is very compact, quiet (no fan), energy efficient and easy to install. There are several models, – in terms of memory and storage – which provide different levels of performances.

It runs under the Linutop OS, an operating system based on Ubuntu, for which updates are regularly available. It includes the Raspberry pi media player Linutop Kiosk. The latter is especially designed for digital signage and allowing secure access to the internet. It is ideal for factories, hotels, museums, shops, government offices, schools.