I’m going to show you how to run Netflix natively on a Raspberry Pi 3. No tricks, no streaming from a PC, no x86 emulation. Pure native Netflix on the Raspberry Pi. Grab your own Raspberry Pi 3 Kit here: http://amzn.to/2m0SW8r
There are a heap of videos out there on YouTube showing Netflix on a Raspberry Pi but most of them are using tricks like streaming from a PC or trying to get it running through emulation. This video is different and shows you how to make netflix work natively.
How this really works is by using a pre-compiled version of Chromium that has the Widevine DRM baked into it. You can compile the source code manually if you want by visiting the GitHub page https://github.com/kusti8/chromium-build/ and using the build-deb.sh file.
What you will need before you start though is:
To download the pre-compiled Chromium browser, use the following:
Then to install the Netflix Launcher, use the following:
sudo dpkg -i chromium-browser_56.0.2924.84-0ubuntu0.14.04.1.1011.deb
Do a quick reboot and you are done. Log into your Netflix account and start watching on your Raspberry Pi. Awesome!!!
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