Happy Fugio Friday!
For the past couple of weeks I’ve been working on refactoring the whole OpenGL plugin to better support Raspberry Pi.
The new release of the Raspberry Pi operating system called Raspbian Stretch has Qt 5.7 built in and comes with FFMPEG instead of libav. This is great news for Fugio as it’s much more in line with the libraries we’ve been using.
I’m busy building Fugio on my Raspberry Pi 3 (not cross compiling) as I type, although I wouldn’t recommend trying this yourself just yet as it needs some work to get it compiling.
With this latest update, I should be able to create a binary repository for installing Fugio onto Pi’s without compiling.
As ever, this is loads of work that will be available to everyone for free, so if you can, please consider supporting the project by donating just $1 a month via Patreon.
Also, check out the first look at my new projector blending tool that Fugio will support for multi-screen projections.
Have a great weekend!