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Dan Massey

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Hi folks,
I'm trying to stream from a USB webcam to YouTube Live via my Pi, but I'm running into issues.

Full details are at http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/60910/adjusting-keyframe-rate-ffmpeg-logitech-c920-to-youtube-live

Any suggestions or advice would be really appreciated

Thanks!
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Could be really dumb, but comments posted at StackExchange, but is it as simple as your are missing "*$" in your *STREAM_KEY tag +Dan Massey?
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HotHardware

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#Google looks to infuse #RaspberryPi with #AI and #machinelearning tools
If you’re a Raspberry Pi developer that is at all interested in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, we’ve got a treat in store for you. Google is looking to bring its AI and machine learning tools to the Raspberry Pi starting this year, but it wants your help and input to make it happen. Google has launched a survey that
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I hope they share the code. This is one of my big interests. I'll be filling out the questionnaire.

I hate that Samsung plug at the end. Yes it is twice as fast - it is twice as expensive, too. Makes sense. If money is no matter, there are even faster ones out there in the $150 range.
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PNPtutorials

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Father of Raspberry Pi 3 ! Asus TinkerBoard
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8obeU5Ee328
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Father ,I would have to see a blood test done first , maybe a second cousin ,from a rich family ,lol
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Carl-Philip Hänsch

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Asus released a Raspi compatible board with 1GBit/sec Ethernet and 1.8GHz 4-core CPU.
 
Asus bringt ein Raspi kompatibles Board mit 1GHz Ethernet und 1,8GHz 4-core CPU.
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Still und leise steigt erstmals ein bekannter Mainboard-Hersteller in den Markt für Bastelcomputer ein und will mit dem Raspberry Pi konkurrieren. Die Technik klingt interessant,
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I can't find any info on board on ASUS site.
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John Shovic

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New Grove product - a Grove based Inexpensive I2C Temperature / Humidity Sensor for the Raspberry Pi and Arduino. Very low power.
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+Giligain I.  Ack! Thank you.
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Yo! I got this old 15" LCD monitor down my storage room. Is it possible to take it apart and make it work with the Pi without having to buy anything extra? I mean use just the LCD and not the casing and all that.
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Sadly I found one of those digital picture frames and was so excited until I found out it would cost as much as another digital picture frame to get the necessary board to make it work with my pi, lol.

I badly want epaper, but it seems I'll run into the same thing if I got myself a damn-near-free kobo. There is an epaper HAT, but for the size I want, it would be ridiculously expensive.
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Nathan Rees

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For some reason, dozens of Raspberry Pis stopped working today. Had to reboot every single of them. Any similar experience?
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3 times. edit:(except they didn't reboot at all, they're still dead- the theory was power irregularity in the buildings they were in).
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Do these board even have any chance against pi? As a Pi and Pine 64 and other board user, I came to realize that it's less about hardware and more about community around it: the software and hardware ecosystem. So my question is, will people flock to the Tinker Board, just because it has better HDMI out and a bit more RAM?

The Tinker Board is more powerful than you'd expect for the size.
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Perhaps, part of it will involve how much effort Asus is willing to put into creating a viable ecosystem for it. Granted, part of what works for the Pi3 is that it is compatible with anything the previous Pi boards can do, and therefore people wanting to upgrade old projects didn't have to make a lot of adjustments. With this is almost entirely from the ground up again.
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Wm Beeman

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I use a number of Raspberry Pi 3 Model B ARM-based Linux computers to help simplify my day-to-day life. Because I live in an urban area, I have been interested in setting up a security camera that …
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This is a really good comparison. Everything on exactly equal terms.
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Colin Law

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Does anyone know where I can get a pre-built deb file for Grafana on a Pi Zero? I tried grafana_4.1.1-1484347088_armhf.deb from https://github.com/fg2it/grafana-on-raspberry/releases
but it won't start and I suspect this is due to it being a Zero.
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That worked fine, thanks.
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They keep coming out with new HATS that I simply must get. This is way too cute. Not to mention it could actually be useful.
Turn your Pi into a Lilliputian ghetto blaster with Speaker pHAT! Speaker pHAT crams an I2S DAC and mono amplifier, a tiny 8Ω 2W speaker, and a 10 LED bar graph all onto one teeny little pHAT. It's the neatest way to add audio to you Pi project, and its beautiful artwork evokes an 80s boombox! We can't claim audiophile sound quality, but it's perfect for fun little projects where you want to add sound output - speech, notification sounds, or li...
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What's an echo project?
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Asus released a Raspi compatible board with 1GB Ethernet and 1.8GHz 4-core CPU. Here are some data.
Asus bringt ein Raspi kompatibles Board mit 1GHz Ethernet und 1,8GHz 4-core CPU. Hier ein paar Daten.
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Hub vs Switch maybe ?
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Pop Gheorghe

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Are there any software similar to Rpi cam web interface but that supports USB cameras? 
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Motion and jpegstream
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Gagdetronicx

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Make yourself a gaming console with 3D printer and Raspberry Pi 
How many classic gaming systems can your portable system emulate? The sky is the limit with this Raspberry Pi based handheld.
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John Shovic

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Learning to use a Grove Button on the Raspberry Pi Smart Plant Pi Kickstarter by using Interrupts in Python.
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Iain McC

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This is the result of a coding challenge that I set my most talented Computing student: use Minecraft to physically model the electric field potential of a gold nucleus and a nearby carbon nucleus. This was my first FORTRAN coding assignment as a first year Physics undergraduate at university, and my Year 11 student cracked it in an afternoon.

You can customise this script by using a Periodic table to find out the electric charge values of different elemental nuclei, and the whole thing will scale accordingly. You can also try adding in extra nuclei to see the effect on the overall shape of the electric field.

Enjoy!
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