What is EDID version?
Printable Version. EDID data exchange is a standardized means for a display to communicate its capabilities to a source device.
What does HDMI EDID mean?
Extended Display Identification Data
EDID is an acronym for "Extended Display Identification Data". This short set of letters can be the source of a major headache when it comes to HDMI. When establishing an HDMI connection, the source device must be able to communicate with the display (known as the Sink) and find out what capabilities it has.
What is carried on an EDID packet?
Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) and Enhanced EDID (E-EDID) are metadata formats for display devices to describe their capabilities to a video source (e.g. graphics card or set-top box)….Structure, version 1.4.
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What is EDID on HDMI extender?
EDID is the information provided by a monitor to the video source describing the monitor's capabilities. This allows the video source to then send out a video signal that is supported by the monitor. EDIDs are important for DVI and HDMI video sources and occasionally used for VGA sources.