color management spec
alexdeucher at gmail.com
Sun Jun 1 17:38:56 PDT 2008
On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 8:07 PM, Adam K Kirchhoff <adamk at voicenet.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 1 Jun 2008 16:17:08 -0700
> "Hal V. Engel" <hvengel at astound.net> wrote:
>> On Saturday 31 May 2008 12:32:14 pm Kai-Uwe Behrmann wrote:
>> > Am 30.05.08, 11:27 -0400 schrieb Alex Deucher:
>> > > I think you may want to start with a basic app to load ICC
>> > > profiles and properly set the LUTs per crtc using xrandr, then
>> > > move onto the per-window stuff. That may be part of your plan
>> > > already.
>> > What is the most easy way to get XRandr up with two monitors?
>> > My current card is a nvidia6200, but I'd be willing to change that.
>> > The propriarity driver is no option. Compiling nv + xorg(?) myself
>> > seems hard eigther.
>> The nv driver only supports XRandR 1.2 using NV5x GPUs (8xxx and 9xxx
>> series cards). The blob does not support XRandR 1.2 at all. Nouveau
>> does support XRandR 1.2 and support for NV4x GPUs (6xxx and 7xxx
>> series cards) is supposed to be fairly good. So Nouveau is an option
>> for you but it will likely take a significant amount of effort to get
>> it running.
>> As far as I know the Intel GPUs are not available in an add in card
>> so that would require a new motherboard & perhaps CPU. But this
>> would likely give you the most mature XRandR 1.2 drivers.
>> I don't know about the drivers for the ATI/AMD hardware. Perhaps
>> someone else could comment.
> All radeon cards supported by the open source radeon driver (this is
> everything up to and including the r500 generation cards) support
> xrandr 1.2.
R6xx as well.
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