2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2014 11:19 AM by Robert_U

    No saturation option when connected using HDMI

    Lupajz

      I can acess my saturation options when I am connected to my Asus monitor from my laptop (Lenovo TP E531) via VGA cable but there is not the same option when I connect these two devices via HDMI.

      Here is the picture of situation when I am connected via HDMI.

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        • 1. Re: No saturation option when connected using HDMI
          joe_intel

          Some advanced features in the user interface will only be available when supported by your HDMI display.

          • 2. Re: No saturation option when connected using HDMI
            Robert_U

            Hi Lubos

             

            The Intel HD Graphics Display driver uses the Color Space Conversion (CSC) unit within the display controller for color correction functions. CSC needs one of the following functions:

               

            Hue/Staturation

            YcbCr/XvYCC

            WideGamut
             
            The above features cannot work together concurrently.

               

            By default, YcbCr/XvYCC  is enabled for HDMI.

             

            Unless the OEM disables YcbCr/XvYCC support, the end-user will not see the Hue/Saturation function in the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel.

             

            Additionally, if the OEM has enabled WideGamut for HDMI, the end-user will not see the Hue/Saturation function in the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel.

             

            Thanks

            Robert