It all depends quite a lot on what you are trying to do. Anything really heavy (in terms of blits/sec) or 3D I would be looking at OpenGL/ES. I'm not sure what the integration is like between SDL and GLES but theoretically it is possible.Yam wrote:I've not tried to use it yet but i figured without access to the GPU it would run unbearably slow.
pygame examples are in wheezy and in the pi wheezy issue. I've just been playing aliens (well 10 seconds of disaster anyway). I'm in the middle of writing a bash script to launch the examples from a gui menu, hopefully asb will include the launcher in a wheezy update.Yam wrote:I'm using squeeze, I'll try wheezy but I'm pretty sure its a repository issue as apt-get doesn't fix the issue.
Well worth trying wheezy, Pygame sound worked out of the box for me. HDMI sound should be as good as your tele. Sound from the audio jack, which is the bit that is under development, will never be excellent because its based on very limited cost effective hardware.Narf03 wrote:Just received my Pi today, pygame doesn't run properly, some kind of no soundcard error when doing pygame init, followed some instructions to do init twice and it worked, but the sound quality is pretty bad, seems like the Pi still need some improvements here and there.
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