My apologies in advance if this is a topic that has already been brought up (my searches did not yield much).
I am setting up Lakka (2.3.1) on a pc (to be specific an HP Elitedesk 800 G1 USDT). The pc currently utilizes integrated graphics intel HD 4600 (no MXM card installed, yet) I am hoping to use the system as combination home-theatre and retro console setup. The only non-standard hardware is a 1tb SDD (Samsung) and a generic a/b/g/n wifi card.
I have not been able to get Lakka set up for music playback. My understanding is that audio/video playback is done through the FFmpeg core. When going through the installed cores, I notice that FFmpeg is not present. Has this been removed for a stability reason? I see that there is a package here: https://github.com/libretro/Lakka/tree/lakka/packages/libretro/libretro-ffmpeg I am unfamiliar as to why it was not included in the installation. If it is safe to install, how would one go about doing so though SSH (I would be using SSH through Windows PowerShell)? Thanks for your insights!