Hello, Incredible noob here, never tried anything like this but am willing to learn with help of tutorials. I have been trying to get my WS2812b LED's to work like ambilight on my tv. I have been following multiple tutorials on the internet but can't get it to work. I have started to follow this tutorial: https://hyperion-project.org/threads/diy-amblight-project-guide-hyperion-ws2801-ws2812b-apa102.8/ I started in August 2020 and needed to wait untill I have all the hardware. Now I have everything I need but the link above doesn't work anymore and can't complete this tutorial. I have also followed: https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...-guide-hyperion-ws2801-ws2812b-apa102.128526/ this link and the site/files from Christian Moser The main problem now is when I list my connected USB devices using SSH through PUTTY it won't recognize my videograbber in the way it is described in the Christian Moser files. When I power everything on I see the boot sequence (LED’s flashing red-green-blue) but after that nothing happens. I see the OpenElec logo after which it goes black (as it is supposed to I guess since according to the tutorial OpenElec auto-shutsdown because I don’t need it) The hardware I own is: - Mibox 4 - Raspberry pi zero - Lightbox dream color (https://tinyurl.com/y53d594y), which is, as far as i know, an pre-programmed arduino - 4.5m WS2812b LED lights - Video grabber with on the chip: UTV007 - HDMI splitter - HDMI to AV box - USB hub - USB to ethernet to get internet on my Pi Zero - HDMI cables I have set the hardware above up according to the tutorials. And am using OpenElec So the main problem right now is: - why does my Pi not recognize the video grabber - Is the lightbox dream color indeed a well programmed arduino - Can I re-acces the first hyperion link since that was the best tutorial so far which I started but now cannot finish. If needed I ofcourse can provide any SSH data if necessary. Kind regards in advance!