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HDMI /DVI Support

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The High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is a licensable all-digital audio/video interface capable of transmitting uncompressed streams. HDMI provides an interface between any compatible digital audio/video source, such as a set-top box, a DVD player, a PC, a video game console, or an AV receiver and a compatible digital audio and/or video monitor, such as a digital television (DTV). In 2006, HDMI began to appear as a feature on prosumer HDTV camcorders and even high-end digital still cameras.[1][2]

It is a modern replacement for older analog standards such as RF (coaxial cable), composite video, S-Video, SCART, component video and VGA, and the consumer electronics replacement for older digital standards such as DVI (DVI-D and DVI-I). In the computer world, HDMI is already found on many peripherals and a few newer video cards, with adoption rapidly increasing.

Designer The HDMI group
Designed December 2002
Produced 2003
Hot pluggable Yes
External Yes
Audio signal PCM, DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio
Video signal 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1440p, etc.
Bandwidth 10.2 Gbit/s at 340 Mpixel/s
Pins 19
Pin 1 TMDS Data2+
Pin 2 TMDS Data2 Shield
Pin 3 TMDS Data2–
Pin 4 TMDS Data1+
Pin 5 TMDS Data1 Shield
Pin 6 TMDS Data1–
Pin 7 TMDS Data0+
Pin 8 TMDS Data0 Shield
Pin 9 TMDS Data0–
Pin 10 TMDS Clock+
Pin 11 TMDS Clock Shield
Pin 12 TMDS Clock–
Pin 13 CEC
Pin 14 Reserved (N.C. on device)
Pin 15 SCL
Pin 16 SDA
Pin 17 DDC/CEC Ground
Pin 18 +5 V Power
Pin 19 Hot Plug Detect


The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to maximize the visual quality of digital display devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors. It was developed by an industry consortium, the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG). It is designed for carrying uncompressed digital video data to a display. It is partially compatible with the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) standard in digital mode (DVI-D).

Designer Digital Display Working Group
Designed April 1999
Produced 1999 to present
Superseded VGA connector
External Yes
Video signal Digital video stream.
(Single) WUXGA 1920 × 1200 @ 60 Hz
(Dual) WQXGA (2560 × 1600) @ 60 Hz
Analog RGB video (-3 db at 400 MHz)
Data signal R,G,B data + clock and display data channel
Bandwidth (Single) 3.7 Gbit/s
(Dual) 7.4 Gbit/s or more
Max devices 1
Protocol 3 × Transition Minimized Differential Signaling data + clock
Pins 29
Pin 1 TMDS Data 2- Digital red - (Link 1)
Pin 2 TMDS Data 2+ Digital red + (Link 1)
Pin 3 TMDS Data 2/4 shield
Pin 4 TMDS Data 4- Digital green - (Link 2)
Pin 5 TMDS Data 4+ Digital green + (Link 2)
Pin 6 DDC clock
Pin 7 DDC data
Pin 8 Analog vertical sync
Pin 9 TMDS Data 1- Digital green - (Link 1)
Pin 10 TMDS Data 1+ Digital green + (Link 1)
Pin 11 TMDS Data 1/3 shield
Pin 12 TMDS Data 3- Digital blue - (Link 2)
Pin 13 TMDS Data 3+ Digital blue + (Link 2)
Pin 14 +5V Power for monitor when in standby
Pin 15 Ground Return for pin 14 and analog sync
Pin 16 Hot plug detect
Pin 17 TMDS data 0- Digital blue - (Link 1) and digital sync
Pin 18 TMDS data 0+ Digital blue + (Link 1) and digital sync
Pin 19 TMDS data 0/5 shield
Pin 20 TMDS data 5- Digital red - (Link 2)
Pin 21 TMDS data 5+ Digital red + (Link 2)
Pin 22 TMDS clock shield
Pin 23 TMDS clock+ Digital clock + (Links 1 and 2)
Pin 24 TMDS clock- Digital clock - (Links 1 and 2)
C1 Analog red
C2 Analog green
C3 Analog blue
C4 Analog horizontal sync
C5 Analog ground Return for R, G and B signals

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Re: HDMI /DVI Support

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Look, before spamming the forums with further specs here, would be nice if you would at least inform yourself. HDMI /DVI is an interface standard (as you can see from the pinouts you have posted) which, besides of some enhancements, concerns the hardware side only.. I am currently even using AROS with an DVI Monitor.

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Re: HDMI /DVI Support

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by craid-hjb on 2007/8/5 2:44:05
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AROS Linux/BSD kernel object support will allow a user to do the following:
1) compile source code for Linux/BSD kernel objects into AROS kernel objects.
2) autolink AROS kernel objects to the AROS kernel.
3) recompile Linux/BSD kernel objects into AROS kernel objects.
4) support AutoInstall
5) support AutoReboot



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Could you please explain what sense this all would make as Linux/BSD have a entirely different architecture as AROS??! LKM are used to attach drivers dynamically which depend on the underlying system.. so this would bring you rather _nowhere_ apart of beeing able to use these functions:
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module_init( hello_init );
module_exit( hello_exit );



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by craid-hjb on 2007/8/5 15:08:07

Look, before spamming the forums with further specs here, would be nice if you would at least inform yourself. HDMI /DVI is an interface standard (as you can see from the pinouts you have posted) which, besides of some enhancements, concerns the hardware side only.. I am currently even using AROS with an DVI Monitor.


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Re: HDMI /DVI Support

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Play nice! Craid isn't a troll.

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Nice video ,, thanks for sharing .....




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