An open-source implementation of an AirPlay mirroring server for the Raspberry Pi. The goal is to make it run smoothly even on a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Screen mirroring and audio works for iOS 9 or newer. […]
Both audio and video work fine on a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and a Raspberry Pi Zero, though playback is a bit smoother on the 3B+.
TODO: compare to shairplay
I use my Raspberry Pi to listen to the radio (all day, every day). After trying something complicated for a while, I settled on a lightweight combo of ssh, a screen session and mplayer. Which started to annoy me. And I was in the mood to procrastinate so I spend half a day making this project, putting the GPIO to good use!
- Push that button to start playing the WFMU stream!
- Optional: push the button again to stop (not recommended)
- The LED indicates keypresses and blinks when playing the stream
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