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Mopidy-PiDi

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Mopidy extension for displaying song info and album art using pidi display plugins.

Mopidy PiDi In Action

Using our pidi-display-st7789 plugin Mopidy PiDi will run the display on our Pirate Audio boards, giving you album art and transport info.

Pirate Audio Display Boards

Combine this with Mopidy Raspberry GPIO to handle button inputs and you've got a mini music player.

Installation

Install by running:

pip3 install Mopidy-PiDi

Or, if available, install the Debian/Ubuntu package from apt.mopidy.com.

You must then install a display plugin, for example:

pip3 install pidi-display-st7789

Find more plugins here: https://github.com/pimoroni/pidi-plugins

Configuration

Before starting Mopidy, you must add configuration for Mopidy-PiDi to your Mopidy configuration file:

[pidi]
enabled = true
display = st7789

This example uses st7789 provided by pidi-display-st7789

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