Introduction: Simple Script to Stream Your Steam Game in RetroPie 4.2 on a Raspberry Pi 3
In this Instructable, you are going to learn how to stream your Steam games in RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi.
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Let’s get started!
Step 1: What You’ll Need
Step 2: Configure Your Streaming
Start up “GeForce Experience”
Click the little cogwhell on the top right end.
Set “GAMESTREAM” to “Ready”
Click on “Shield” on the left end of the program.
Set the slider besides “GAMESTREAM” to the right.
Open up “Network and Sharing”
Click on your Internet connection Click on “Details”
Copy your IP Address.
Step 3: Load the Script on Your Raspberry Pi
Press “F4” once you’re in your RetroPie installation.
Type “sudo chmod +x moonlight.sh”
Type “sudo ./moonlight.sh”
Step 4: Configure and Install Steam
You’ll go thru the different phases of the installation of Moonlight and Steam on your RetroPie installation.
Plug in your controller.
Press any key on your controller once you’re asked for it in Phase Five.
Press the corresponding keys to properly map your controller.
Type in your PC’s IP Address once you’re asked for it in Phase Six.
Copy the PIN Number.
Go to your PC and type in the PIN Number when the PC asks for it.
Your PC is now paired with your Raspberry Pi and the installation will resume.
Say “Yes” when you’re asked if you wish to reboot your system.
Step 5: Start Your Streaming
After the reboot is completed, scroll to the left and select “Steam”
Select your preferred settings.
Play your Steam games in your Raspberry Pi via streaming
Congratulations, you’ve just configurated your remote controller to work with Kodi on your Raspberry Pi and that’s it for this Instructable.
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