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Orange Pi one - how to make usable?

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Published in 2016-3-2 03:52:36 | Show all floors |Read mode
Hi!
I ordered this board as a cheap multimedia center to TV.
BUT: When I run Ubuntu or Lubuntu, 720p videos are freeze (fps around 1???) and sounds go on - no setting help (I tried manuals, but I don't understnad linux)
I tried android - boot OK, BUT! I can use only 1 usb device at time and flash drive doesn not connect and ethernet not work at all

SO: What I have to download, to just watch movies (720p)???

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Published in 2016-3-2 22:48:48 | Show all floors
OpenELEC is the best for movies. Up to 4k resolution.

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 Author| Published in 2016-3-3 02:51:04 | Show all floors
Ye, I tried it yesterday, but 4K? I tried 720p and there was serius degradation (fragmenting)

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Published in 2016-3-5 11:44:47 | Show all floors
There seems to be an issue with Orangepi run when using OpenELEC. Lubuntu/Armbian works but not the OpenElec orangepi hangs

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Published in 2016-3-5 22:11:09 from mobile | Show all floors
Seem to be variable experiences of Openelec on the One. For me, running the One with the latest image for the PC works well & no issues. Recommend giving it a try.

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 Author| Published in 2016-3-7 04:34:57 | Show all floors
Yes, OpenELEC works, but some 720p are freezing and not showing corectly
Lubuntu/ubuntu is unusable for videos (only 480p)
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