Does Yodeck support a web-based player?
Of course we do!
Think of the Web Player as one more way of getting Yodeck digital signage on your screens. Specifically, if a device, such as a tablet or PC, has a Chrome-based web browser, including Chrome, Chromium, and Edge, then the Web Player can turn it into a Yodeck-powered digital signage screen. The Yodeck Web Player offers a useful option for clients who want a solution that requires almost no setup. Since there's no hardware or cables involved, all they have to do is copy the registration number that appears on the screen and paste it into the Yodeck Portal.
More details about the latest Yodeck web player can be found here and of course how to set it up.
Does the Yodeck software image work on the Pi 400?
Yes, the Pi 400 will work just fine with the Yodeck software! Feel free to flash the SD card using the below guide. https://www.yodeck.com/docs/creating-a-yodeck-player/player/
Does Yodeck support authenticating on a web page?
A website may require authentication to access a specific URL. Usually, authentication is implemented using two different ways: HTTP Basic Authentication Form-based Authentication, using sessions (cookies) HTTP Basic Authentication If the ...
Does Yodeck support dual monitor, using the two HDMI ports available on the Player?
Currently, we do not support using both HDMI ports on the Yodeck 4K Player (Raspberry Pi 4). Why? If you wanted to always show identical content on two screens, then you can always use a $5 HDMI splitter. This way, you can even drive more screens, ...
What hardware players does Yodeck support for playback?
You have three options: We have our very own Yodeck Player. Yodeck Players you order are shipped ready-to-use, with everything pre-configured. See the Yodeck Player articles for more details. We support the Raspberry Pi (any version), a very low cost ...
Live Video Streaming Support
The Yodeck Player supports IP Video Streaming from several websites and custom streams through different protocols. Streaming Sites and Protocols Supported Under the hood, we use an awesome software called Streamlink. It currently supports: several ...