Intel Linux Developers Working On DRM Color Manager
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 7 May 2014 at 10:52 AM EDT. 1 Comment
Intel Linux developers have been pursuing work on creating a DRM color manager for Linux to standardize some interfaces related to color management for the DRM GPU drivers.

The focus of Intel's DRM Color Manager work is to have a common interface for all color correction / enhancement properties for different hardware, the color manager one be one umbrella DRM property, and DRM drivers can register the color correction properties of its hardware during initialization time.

Those interested in this DRM color management driver work being done can find the initial design documentation up for review on the Intel graphics mailing list.
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