Basic EDID Understanding

Basic EDID Understanding

Understanding EDID is a must when working with high-bandwidth 4K and HDR. This excerpt from Jeff Murray was taken from his ISE 2018 class that he hosted. This video will give you a quick and basic understanding of what an EDID is and why it can cause problems with video distribution. 

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