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From our end the documentation available for this feature refers to its specification and on how to enable or disable from the Intel® HD Graphics Control Panel, I was unable to find any hack or special setting in order to limit it.
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Thanks for your answer!
I think both nvidia and amd has that choice in their graphics drivers.
I was thinking that maybe faking an EDID-information could make the driver limit the output.
The case could be that the driver doesen't identify the display right when connected though a reciever.
An other option would be connecting the computer directly to the tv and a second hdmi-cable to the reciever to be used as sound out. Don't if that would work....
Any other ideas?
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markuslundgren, I would like to inform you that we are aware that customers want the option to limit YCbCr sampling output to 4:2:2 or 4:2:0, and as mentioned currently this is not available in our Intel® HD Graphics Control Panel. Based on this, Intel wants to hear your feedback and for this purpose we have created a space where you can do so. The thread Intel wants to hear your feedback! - Graphics Control Panel is constantly monitored in order to capture all the feedback regarding our Intel® HD Graphics Control Panel, if you would like post any request regarding YCbCr sampling you are more than invited to join.
Thanks for the answer!
I have submitted my wishes in the thread you referred to.
with kind regards