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Installing Membrane Monitor on Raspberry Pi OS using the debian package
System requirements
Raspberry Pi with Raspberry Pi OS
GPU memory configured to 256MB
Install steps
Get the debian package
Download the debian package file for Membrane Monitor, named with a "deb" extension.
Set system configuration option
Configure the Raspberry Pi to use 256MB graphics memory. For more information, see Raspberry Pi Documentation - Configuration.
sudo raspi-config
(Select "Performance", select "GPU memory", set the value to 256)
Install the debian package
Debian package file
Find the downloaded deb file and right-click it to show a list of actions. Choose "Package Install" to activate the installation process.
Install confirmation
Raspberry Pi OS asks if you want to install this file. Click "Install" to continue.
Authentication dialog
Raspberry Pi OS asks for authentication to install untrusted software. Enter your password to finish the installation process.
Terminal icon
If desired, Membrane Monitor can also be installed by command-line. Open Terminal using the Raspberry Pi OS desktop's toolbar and execute a dpkg command such as:
sudo dpkg -i membrane-monitor_1-1_armhf.deb
After installation, configure and command Membrane Monitor using Membrane Control from another computer.