Normal according to the video of ETA Prime…
(2 simple screens to connect to the rpi4 in hdmi….and an open source program behind that does the job, with a simple open source code to type in somewhere…better and just as simple, we don’t know how).
It’s not like the Pintodmd which asks for a paid software and paid tiles, here it’s just an open source prog which allows ANY screen (or almost) to work on batocera.
==> In the video we even see two possibilities to put different screens there..
(we can clearly see a screen + 1 lcd connected in hdmi
and then have clearly seen 2 hdmi screen connect in hdmi).
I remain convinced of what I say, I intend to investigate anyway
technically speaking you cannot transmit a video signal from one source to another via a usb input for several reasons such as:
- absent and/or too thin cables that are in a usb cable
- also because a vga/usb cable or an hdmi/usb cable does not exist
- because a usb is not provided at the base for this work, otherwise a lot of material would be useless (CG, carte video acquisition ect ect)