The HDMIPi driver board is a fairly complex design. I didn’t design it, although I did have some input into the feature list. I don’t fully understand how it works (something to do with the magic white smoke in the chips, I think), but I have messed around with it probably as much as anyone.
Recently, several people have been asking if we can switch HDMIPi on and off programmatically from the Pi…
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