EZ(as)PiTV Reviews the new Gotham Openelec Media Player for Raspberry Pi

The video below is a short illustration from the EZ(as)PiTV guys of the Gotham XBMC update, running the latest Openelec software on a Raspberry Pi device. Very impressive software release but there are a few minor bugs to sort out so you might want to wait a few more weeks before upgrading your media player. On some machines the Raspberry Pi will crash on a regular basis if you have specific hardware peripherals connected. The software coders are providing regular bug fixes so it shouldn’t be long before this release is as stable as the earlier Openelec XBMC offerings.

Please ignore the poor quality of the recording. We were running short of time and struggling with reflection on the screen. We have a much clearer video for you to follow in the coming days. We look forwarding to receiving your feedback on the latest upgrade to the Openelec media player running Gotham on your Raspberry Pi.

Until next time.

EZ(as)PiTV

 

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