[Intel-gfx] Support for HDMI on ASUS P5E-VM HDMI (G35 chipset)
gordon.jin at intel.com
Sat Jan 3 17:36:32 PST 2009
Mike Wright wrote on Sunday, January 04, 2009 12:09 AM:
>> Hi Mike,
>> Thanks for your email!
>> "1. Did anyone at Intel get around to decoding that EDID block yet?"
>>> I 'm focusing on EDID extension, in order to push CEA extension
>>> mode, recently I did a patch to handle detailed timing block
>>> including both EDID and CEA extension.
>> "2. Secondly, can the intel drivers program an arbitrary mode over
>> HDMI like NVIDIA can? If so then I could ignore this whole EDID
>> thing and just program the right mode."
>>> Currently our driver don't support interlaced mode such as
>>> 1920x1080i, but do for others mode completely.
>>> after pushing CEA extension into Xorg, I 'm going to do the feature
>>> for interlaced mode.
>> Best Regards
>> Ma Ling
> Thanks for the update Ma Ling. My Pioneer is working well with a GTF
> generated 1280x720 at 50hz modeline.
> I must say that the general quality of the 188.8.131.52 Intel driver is
> great. I have been exercising XV heavily using MythTV. Everything is
> working perfectly including vblank (on the hardware overlay). I just
> need to get stereo HDMI working. Currently I have left channel audio
> only. I think I need an ALSA patch. It is mentioned here:
In case someone wants the ALSA patch based on 2.6.28 kernel, I'm putting the back-ported patch to http://www.intellinuxgraphics.org/download/alsa-hdmi.patch.
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