deepak.bhatia at nechclst.in
Mon May 19 04:29:57 PDT 2008
We are planning to support multi-resolution in our Linux Application.
Currently for example our linux application can run on laptops/notebooks
which generally have a multi-monitor and multi-resolution display.
For example in my laptop, I have "Plug and Play Monitor Mobile Intel(r)
915GM/GMS, 910GML Express Chipset Family".
Question: I have gone through the datasheet of above card and it says
"Source Resolution up to 1920x1080 with 2 vertical taps" or Maximum
Source Resolution: 720x480x32.
But the system->properties show me the following resolutions
640 by 480, 256 Colors, 60 Hertz
640 by 480, Hi Color (16-Bit), 60 Hertz
640 by 480, True Color(32-Bit), 60 Hertz
800 by 600, 256 Colors, 60 Hertz
800 by 600, Hi Color (16-Bit), 60 Hertz
800 by 600, True Color(32-Bit), 60 Hertz
1024 by 768, 256 Colors, 60 Hertz
1024 by 768, Hi Color (16-Bit), 60 Hertz
1024 by 768, True Color(32-Bit), 60 Hertz
How do we decide which resolutions are available in our current display
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