Which Raspberry Pi does Yodeck support?
Yodeck was build with the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B in mind. The experience has been optimized for this device.
This is what we ship with our Yodeck Player. Get it for FREE with the Annual Plan! For a detailed compatibility information of Yodeck and the different Raspberry Pi versions, please click here.
Yodeck is fully supported on all units with more than 1GB of RAM (with 4 CPU cores):
- Raspberry Pi 2
- Raspberry Pi 3
- Raspberry Pi 3 Compute Module (+ lite version)
- Raspberry Pi 3 Compute Module NEC Edition
- Raspberry Pi 3 B+
- Raspberry Pi 4 (1GB/2GB/4GB/8GB models)
512MB units (with 1 CPU core) are slow but work fine. You should only use them for 1 full-screen Playlist, perhaps safely adding a single ticker. (Of course, we recommend against these for future-proof installations.)
- Raspberry Pi Model B, Rev 2 - this is the “standard” Pi 1, widely available
- Raspberry Pi Model A+
- Raspberry Pi Model B+
- Raspberry Pi Compute Module
- Raspberry Pi Zero
- Raspberry Pi Zero W - this required a custom image, check out this post on our blog
256MB models (1 CPU core) will be sluggish and will probably fail at some point. We recommend to not use these models with Yodeck.
- Raspberry Pi Model A
- Raspberry Pi Model B - this is the very first Pi 1 released, now rarely encountered
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 ...
What TVs or monitors does Yodeck support?
Yodeck supports any type of monitor, of any resolution (Full-HD, HD-Ready, or any other). The service was designed based on the primary resolution of 1920x1080 (dubbed “Full HD” or “1080p” in the TV industry). The content is automatically adapted ...
Does Yodeck support monitors of all sizes?
Yodeck software supports any resolution, thus any monitor size. From 640x480, VGA monitors, up to the latest 4K TVs, all monitors will work fine. It is best to choose a widescreen monitor with an aspect ratio of 16:9 (like “HD Ready”, “Full HD” or ...
How can I test-drive Yodeck without buying a Yodeck Player or Raspberry Pi?
First of all, Yodeck is free to use for a single registered monitor. We recommend that you buy a single Yodeck Player and test out the real thing! If you do not like it, you can turn the Yodeck Player into a full-fledged Media Center with OpenELEC ...
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, ...