Raspberry Pi VC4 Driver Work On SDTV, HDMI Audio & More
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 6 December 2016 at 07:24 AM EST. Add A Comment
For those following the development of the Raspberry Pi VC4 open-source graphics driver stack, more progress continues on bringing up various features.

Eric Anholt's latest weekly blog post on the VC4 development highlights SDTV support coming together, the Raspberry Pi Foundation contracting Free Electrons to provide more development help on the display stack, HDMI audio support for VC4 DRM driver continuing to inch along, DSI fixes, some code generation improvements for VC4 Gallium3D, and other work.

Raspberry Pi users wanting to find out about all of the latest VC4 open-source display/graphics driver work can find the details via Eric's blog.
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