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Qt5 on Raspberry Pi (from Devaamo Summit 2012)

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Published on Jul 16, 2012

This is a short remake of the presentation "Qt5 on Raspberry Pi" that I gave at Devaamo Summit 2012 (http://summit.devaamo.fi/).

The original 30 minute live talk was recorded, but this remade version should have better video quality of the Raspberry Pi output, and more interesting live coding examples.

The video was recorded from a FullHD TV running at 50Hz (the Pi can also support 60Hz) with a FullHD camera running at 25FPS to avoid annoying flicker. However this means the animations are not as smooth in the video as they appear when seen live.

To see the original, buy yourself a Raspberry Pi (40€ with delivery - see http://www.raspberrypi.org/), get Qt5 (http://qt-project.org/wiki/RaspberryPi) and download the code for the app (https://gitorious.org/devaamo2012_qt5...)

"Raspberry Pi" is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation

All original video, audio, music and code Copyright (c) Andrew Baldwin, 2012

Wayland support on Raspberry Pi thanks to srodal (+jlind/paul/nezticle).
See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HItv4H...

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