HDMI 3D Support Revised For Nouveau DRM

Written by Michael Larabel in Nouveau on 29 March 2017 at 06:31 AM EDT. 2 Comments
Alastair Bridgewater has revised his work on HDMI 3D/Stereoscopy support for the open-source NVIDIA (Nouveau) Linux kernel driver.

Back in January this independent developer posted HDMI Stereo 3D patches for Nouveau while this week he's presented a new set of patches. The HDMI Stereo support for Nouveau DRM is only about 300 lines of code and with this second version of the work has various internal code changes based upon developer feedback.

The patches make HDMI 3D output for NV50+ hardware using HDMI or DisplayPort (if using a DP to HDMI connector for your display).

More details on this HDMI 3D support via the Nouveau mailing list.
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