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Visitor vdeepti
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Registered: ‎05-06-2014

Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

 

Thanks!

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Voyager
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Registered: ‎06-24-2013

Re: Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

Hey @vdeepti,

 

Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

One of the features added in HDMI 2.0a is High Dynamic Range (HDR).

PG236 does not list or even mention HDR once, so I presume for now, it doesn't support it.

 

Hope this helps,

Herbert

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Registered: ‎11-09-2015

Re: Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

Hi @vdeepti,

 

Since 2017.1, the HDMI subsystem should support 2.0 and 2.0a excepting the unsupported features mentioned in the PG.

 

You may want to check with a sales office for details.

 

Regards,

 

Florent


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Visitor ogura1000
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Registered: ‎03-28-2010

Re: Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

Hi,

Our distributor said that the IP does not support HDMI 2.0a and has no plans. Is this information correct?

Thanks,

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Xilinx Employee
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Registered: ‎08-02-2007

Re: Does HDMIRX (pg236) supports HDMI 2.0a?

By default, HDMI driver doesn't support HDMI 2.0a. 

 

However there is no limitation in the core since the AUX peripheral will not check the infoframe content. It will just transmit the data as is.
Hence user can add the support for HDR by developing their own driver.
 
The HDMI RX API doesnt have functions for all possible AUX traffic as there are some that are vendor specific.  What HDMI does instead is an interrupt is issued every time an AUX packet is received.  When the interrupt happens, the RxAuxCallback will be called and you can run whatever application code you want at that time.  
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