I can't see any reason why that wouldn't work. Only caveat is that the website cannot be too heavy.
itgadgets wrote: ↑
Sat Aug 11, 2018 3:17 pm
First post here and new to Raspberry Pi
Can Screenly run just one item? i.e. one video file or web page
Reason i ask is that I am looking at setting up a display with 4 separate images using 4 Raspberry Pi each displaying one video, web page or image. They would be connected to a HDMI Quad Screen Multiviewer so we can have all 4 displaying at once or someone could select which one was required to be viewed at full screen.!
The information displayed needs to be view-able at all times as it is for an emergency service, no interaction is required for the displayed info.
If I am looking at this all wrong or there is a better solution please let me know! My original idea was to run it all from a PC with mutliple connections going to the Multiviewer, this was going to be an issue because the display is going to be in another room to the PC.
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