Screenly OSE on Raspbery Pi demo

This post is a follow up to my previous one about using an Raspberry Pi as an Information Display, as found here.

I wanted to capture some videos that show what the output looks like on a TV when the Raspberry Pi boots for the first time and what the assets look like as they get displayed.

Below is two videos (both available in 720p) that will help demonstrate this. The first is the Raspberry Pi being booted.

The other clip shows the assets being displayed post the splash screen being displayed. I have a shortened video clip being displayed of a 1920×1080 movie trailer, followed by 2 test pictures.

The web interface to administer the Screenly OSE application is shown below.

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