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Old 03-26-2019, 03:08 PM   #1
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Video : 4K video Rock64 with JMCC's media script

Hi all.
I've made a new video about the media script from JMCC for the Rock64.
With this you can enable VPU acceleration so you can watch up to 4K videos in Linux (Armbian Bionic), and also watch Youtube videos in Chromium.

If you try the script, please let me know how well it works. We need feedback to improve things.

Here's the video.

For this you need an Rock64 or any other RK3328 device that can run Armbian Bionic.

Armbian Bionic desktop.

And the media script from JMCC


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