[PATCH RFC 02/11] drm: bridge/dw_hdmi: use drm_hdmi_avi_infoframe_from_display_mode()
Russell King - ARM Linux
linux at arm.linux.org.uk
Tue Mar 31 04:57:18 PDT 2015
On Tue, Mar 31, 2015 at 05:02:20AM -0400, Yang Kuankuan wrote:
> Besides, as you are going an dw_hdmi cleanups, I want to point another bugs
> that relate to the HDMI CTS test. There are somethings wrong with General
> Control Pack, as for now the encoder color depth is 8-bit packing mode,
> so the color depth only support 24 bits per pixel video, In this case the
> CD filed in GCP should set to "Color Depth Not indicated".
I'm not sure I follow.
According to the iMX6 documentation, setting the CD field to either 0000
or 0100 indicates that the color depth is 24 bits per pixel, 8 bits per
component, 8 bit packing mode - there's no documented difference between
Are you saying that you wish to pass something other than 24 bpp video
to your HDMI encoder?
> In the end we should keep the *csc_color_depth(HDMI_CSC_SCALE)* &
> *color_depth(HDMI_VP_PR_CD)* to zero, code should modify like this GCP
> would test pass:
>From what you're describing, you want CD field = 0 and CSC_SCALE = 0.
It looks like hdmi_video_packetize() will set the CD field to zero if
hdmi_data.enc_color_depth = 0, but that would cause hdmi_video_sample()
and hdmi_video_csc() to fail. Maybe those two functions should be fixed
to accept a color depth of zero, and maybe you need to set
enc_color_depth to 0?
Interestingly, HDMI_CSC_SCALE_CSC_COLORDE_PTH_24BPP is defined to be
zero, but again, in the iMX6 data, it could take a value of either
0x00 or 0x40. I think hdmi_video_csc() should set this to 0x40 if
hdmi_data.enc_color_depth = 0, and 0x40 for hdmi_data.enc_color_depth = 8.
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