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CORIOmaster EDID management
Question
ID
326
Category
CORIOmax
Date Created
09/12/2015 14:50:19
Date Updated
18/02/2016 16:56:32
"I would like to change the edid table of my corio inputs so they take full hd 1920x1080 instead of the 1920x1200p60rb they now take.
What would be the best way to do this, I tried to open the EDD file but can make much of it."
edid1080.edd
Answer
The issue is caused because the preferred timing in the edid is set to 1920x1280. Please find attached an edid file 'edid1080.edd' which has the preferred timing set to 1920x1080p60.

To load this edid you will need a serial connection to the CORIOmatrix and a usb cable, and a terminal program such as putty

1) Connect to the CORIOmatrix using the serial cable.
2) On the terminal login login(admin,adminpw)
3) on the terminal run the command system.BackupToSDCard()
Wait until the CORIOmatrix returns the message "// Backup: Complete"
4) Connect the USB to the CORIOmatrix.
The CORIOmatrix should now be visible as a drive called 'TVONE' (for example 'TVONE (J:)' )
5) Copy the file 'edid1080.edd' to the folder on the TVONE drive '\TVONE\EDID' (for example J:\TVONE\EDID).
6) Eject the TVOne Drive.
7) When you computer says that it is safe to remove the TVONE drive, wait 5 seconds the unplug the usb cable.
8) On the terminal run the command system.RestoreBackup()
Wait until the CORIOmatrix returns the message "// Restore: Complete"
9) On the terminal run the command resources.edid
You should see the edid1080 file listed.
To use the edid file, set the input edid file name to the edid1080.edd file, for example s1i1.EDID_Filename = edid1080.edd.
Remember to save this setting:
10) On the terminal enter the command system.saveallsettings()
In order that the source recognizes the new edid issue a force link refresh command, for example s1i1.forcelinkrefresh(). Some source may no respond to this command, so a physical hot-plug of the cable or a reboot of the CORIOmatrix may be necessary.
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