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Logout Register. The different video files available are loaded from a text file "playlist. Note that the video playlist length can change so I can't create a fix number of OMXPlayer instances and fill them with the video. I've already done this whole project in Processing, but i'm trying to reproduce in Python to see if I can get some performances improvements, and also it's a good project to start a bit with Python Code: Select all player0.

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Code: Select all TypeError: 'function' objects does not support item assignments. Re: Dynamic video playlist with OMXplayer and OSC Wed Aug 08, pm The thing most likely to cause confusion for the python interpreter is using the same names for different things.

Python will let you do this and will attempt to work out what to do but it will almost certainly confuse you!

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Typical issues are naming the program or imported file with a name that clashes with something else i. In your program you call your main function player but then you set an instance of OMXPlayer to a variable with the same name. This might not be relevant to your problem but I would change it. The other thing is that you seem to be calling the function from within itself - recursive style assuming that's the meaning of player there I would have thought that was a bad idea as it will load another instance of OMXPlayer etc.

While you are just running one function then global variables are just about manageable but if you have recursive functions with loop forever in them incrementing the same global variable you will end up in a real mess.

When you get to your last movie and to within 0. Also there is no way to get past this point. Finally assuming you provide a way of getting there when you do player.

Looping video playlist with OMXPlayer on the Raspberry Pi

PS I'm sure I have seen several people asking on this forum about the window close and open between videos so you should be able to find the solution or verify that there isn't one. PPS your error when you tried to set player to something was because of reusing the function name.

I would expect you to need to use the subprocess module to run OMXPlayer twice. That's slightly trickier but not too bad. I tried to look into subprocess and tried this example viewtopic. However, i studied a bit classes in Python and made some progress with this code: Code: Select all from omxplayer.

Using OMXPlayer the python wrapper module I found that I could get useful info and control when only one instance of omxplayer was instantiated but when I created a second one then they both returned the same negative value for plyr. I then tried a little using subprocess. The best result I found was actually to just load the next video 0.

The loading time might depend on the size of the video which would scramble things. I will have a further look at subprocess and let you know. Code: Select all from omxplayer. Then I tried to Code: Select all print plrs[ix]. Code: Select all plrs[xi]. Is that the complete script? Because I get errors on it but I think I have not made the playlist. Could you post the whole script and the playlistfile?

Thanks Herman. Is that last post the working script? Because I get error with it, maybe I do not have the correct playlist file made. But can you post the working script and the playlist file? One problem is the current lack of playlist support in omxplayer.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. If nothing happens, download Xcode and try again.

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Using a Raspberry Pi and some push buttons I want to control video playback. When someone presses a button the corresponding video plays. The buttons work great. When you press a button the video plays, but when you press a different button or the same button it opens the video without closing the video that was currently playing. I've been searching a while to fix this. I'm pretty new to Python so please keep it as simple as possible. In the code below I'm trying to accomplish it using multithreading.

I wasn't able to close the thread though when another thread starts. I am able to close the video after it plays for 10 seconds, but I can't move the quit command anywhere else to close other videos: playSippycup.

Unhandled exception in thread started by Traceback most recent call last : File ". I would simplify your code by removing all globals and threads. Popen runs a separate process; it doesn't block your main thread:. You could define different methods depending on what commands omxplayer understands and what commands you need. Learn more. Ask Question. Asked 5 years, 6 months ago.

Active 1 year, 10 months ago. Viewed 21k times. Active Oldest Votes. I understand what is going on, but don't know how to implement it with the code I have. Thanks for trying to help though. What is not clear about Player. I'm pretty new to Python. Most of my experience is with Arduino.This is HW accelerated, and can play back many popular audio and video file formats. The media file can be audio or video or both.

For the examples below, we used an H video file that is included with the standard Raspbian installation. By default the audio is sent to the analog port. When displaying video, the whole display will be used as output. You can specify which part of the display you want the video to be on using the window option.

You can also specify which part of the video you want to be displayed: this is called a crop window. This portion of the video will be scaled up to match the display, unless you also use the window option.

If you are using the Raspberry Pi Foundation's touchscreen display, and you want to use it for video output, use the display option to specify which display to use. There are a number of options available during playback, actioned by pressing the appropriate key. Not all options will be available on all files. The list of key bindings can be displayed using omxplayer --keys :. This is a full list of options available in the build from 23rd Septemberdisplayed using omxplayer --help :.Omxplayer is installed on the latest Raspbian image so you may already have it installed.

If not you can install it using :. Omxplayer is particularly useful if you are creating videos with the Pi camera module and want to playback the files from the command line. It can even play streams and accepts some ffmpeg style URL options.

Too bad the audio and video desyncs after a few hours for me. Hi All, I want to control the omxplayer using c scriptHow can i do this? Hi when i am using omx player myvideo. It is just showing blank screen and going any please help me. It looks like your typing the wrong name.

It should work. Hi When i use omxplayer video. Check the filename and make sure you are in the correct directory. I have to do a python program where I can select a video from GPIO pin, so could you tell me if is posible to select video in a python Script?

When I am running 2 instances of omxplayer on the Raspberry-Pi, if a pause one of them p and then resume it, the other one then freezes for 1 or 2 seconds. Are you in the correct directory when you type the command?

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Are you typing exactly the same filename including the correct upper and lowercase letters? One that connects to the pin header. Because I can use keyboard controls to control the video and information displays in the command line on the display connected to the RPi. The reason behind wanting to play it on the tiny screen, is to have a version of Jurassic Park without sound, play on the tiny screen.

So that when the machine is turned on, the video auto-plays. I found the little display perfect size for this.

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Just an accent, to the machine, nothing over-whelming. I am still working on the project.By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for users and developers of hardware and software for Raspberry Pi. It only takes a minute to sign up. How I can make playlist with omxplayer or omxplayer-wrapper? What I mean playlist, is something that can play next.

You know, something like in mp3 player This will play all MP3 files in a directory. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.

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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How to make mp3 playlist with RPi 3 Ask Question. Asked 3 years, 2 months ago. Active 3 years, 2 months ago. Viewed 3k times. I use RPi 3, jessie python 2. Seonghun Yang. Seonghun Yang Seonghun Yang 31 1 1 silver badge 4 4 bronze badges. Active Oldest Votes. Would a shell script be OK? Dmitry Grigoryev Dmitry Grigoryev External scripting is just about the only approach there is for omxplayer playlists. I found the link: github. I can't use mp3's GUI because I'm gonna use mine Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.Hello again.

Today I am going to show an ongoing project I am working on. My company has bestowed upon me the pleasure to build a demo kit for one of our product lines.

I work in the low voltage industry that includes fire alarm, security, video surveillance and structured cable voice and data. While designing the demo kit, it was brought to my attention that there are many situations that we are unable to simulate at trade shows or at a customer site, especially when we are talking about releasing chemical agent or setting off sirens.

Anyways, a coworker came up to me and said that it would be cool if we could have video play when an alarm occurs on a panel. Immediately, I thought of a Raspberry Pi. Virtually all security and fire alarm panels are nothing more than microcontrollers on steroids, thus have no video capabilities. They do have IO though Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Follow the instructions Here based on your type of computer to install Raspbian onto your SD card.

I have followed the instructions for Windows and Mac and they have all worked great. I will try the Linux version when my Linux boxes are freed up from their duties. Now, insert your SD card into your Pi and power it up. Make sure you have your keyboard, mouse, TV and internet connection all plugged in as well. If there are any upgrades needed, you will be prompted. Press "y" to install them.

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Reboot your Pi after that. Before we can start to code, we need our material. To do this, you need some video files.