Can RetroPie and Widevine be run together?
I have just read about Raspberry Pi OS Gets Official Widevine Support (Allowing You To Play Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Etc.)
Can a Pi have both retropie and widevine installed on it at once? (so that user can pick between one or the other as wanted).
And if so would 32Gb microSD card be adequate?
RetroPie (on the Raspberry Pi) uses the Raspberry Pi OS underneath, so yes, I think you can install the Widevine support and use Chromium to play videos. You can install the Desktop - see https://retropie.org.uk/docs/FAQ/#where-did-the-desktop-go - and then start it from the Ports system.
Someone recommended TwisterOS to me?
@landyvlad I'm not very familiar with it, but if your goal is to watch movies and not RetroPie, sure, why not.
Thanks I actually ended up abandoning the Pi as a media straming box idea so lookign at a dedicated retropie rig now :)