kweb web browser is about as good as it will get http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt ... 66&t=40860jamkirbs wrote:Good day! I'm just new with this rpi. I just wondered if i can do this rpi to become a plain web browser? I will be use as a computer just for browsing. How it can be? Is there anything i need to close to speed up my pi as a web browser?
In the post I linked to you can download the kweb manual in PDF formatjamkirbs wrote:Well thank you for the link! I just have to install it, am i correct? This would be a good help!
For SD videos, use omxplayer. It's command line and you can google it on how to use it. For hd videos, well, they won't play well on the pi so I find a way to convert them to SD.jamkirbs wrote:What should i need to do? Thanks.ghans wrote:That might depend on how you did it before the installation of kweb ...
This is complete nonsense. I haven't seen a single HD file yet, that omxplayer doesn't play. I play live HD TV streams (1080p), for example, most of the time.kusti8 wrote: For SD videos, use omxplayer. It's command line and you can google it on how to use it. For hd videos, well, they won't play well on the pi so I find a way to convert them to SD.
kweb and kweb3 are web browsers with lots of media support. They are simply programs as all others, so they do not keep you from using your RPi in any other way. You also get omxplayerGUI, which can be used standalone to play videos. All 3 programs are accessible from the applications menu (internet and media section) of the desktop.jamkirbs wrote:so i can still use the kweb to play movies? still does function as a typical rpi that can play movies?