Raspberry Pi 4 is an excellent small computer, but even its loyal fans have to admit that it is not good at streaming full-screen video from YouTube.have Some things you can do To improve its performance, but Fenix Pi Mk1 plasma, A lightweight Linux distribution based on the Raspberry Pi operating system and running KDE, designed to fix it permanently.
The Spanish creators behind Fenix are so fascinated by Linux that when you visit the site, Chrome’s mouse pointer will turn into a little penguin.As seen in the video leepspvideo Embedded on it, it can play full-screen 1080p videos from YouTube with almost no frame loss on 8GB Raspberry Pi 4 That hasn’t been overclocked yet. Watching the video, we can see that Fenix Pi is based on Raspberry Pi OS, which means that installing software and using GPIO, camera, etc. should be a piece of cake, or Pi? The operating system can also be installed to a USB SSD/flash drive, making it a good general-purpose Pi distribution.
The distribution also includes media playback applications such as VLC and Kodi, as well as the Konquerer web browser (if Chromium is not to your taste). Interestingly, the default search engine is Ecosia, so you can plant a few trees while searching for full-screen videos. Retro gamers are also very satisfied, and RetroPie is installed as a standard configuration.
Fenix Pi Mk1 Plasma looks like an interesting release, which provides better video streaming performance. But we want to know if it matches the Twister operating system, which is an operating system with a “kitchen sink” installation method?