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NEW: The VESA High-performance Monitor and Display Compliance Test Specification (DisplayHDR CTS) is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD.

NEW: The Display Stream Compression Standard v1.2a and accompanying C source code and related documents are now available for FREE DOWNLOAD.

Published on January 18, 2017, this edition incorporates errata identified in DSC 1.2, adds Native 4:2:0 mode coding and increases the precision of the DSC indexed color history mode for deep color (≥ 10-bit color) imagery.  The new standard maintains the same high quality and coding simplicity as its predecessors. In addition, all previous versions and related documents are available for free download. 

A number of other VESA Standards are available free of charge.

They include Net2Display Remoting, Access Bus, CVT1.2 and Spreadsheet, DCM, DDC/CI 1.1, DisplayID, DMS59, DMT 1.0 Rev 13, DPM Rel. A, DPVL, DSTP, E-DDC 1.2, EDID Extensions, EDID Implementation Guides, E-EDID Rel A 1.0, 2.0, E-EDID EEPROM, FDMI, GTF 1.1, GTF Help Files, M1, MCCS 2.2a, MCCS Updates, MDDI 1.2, MultiDisplay, Multiple Projector Common Data Interchange (MPCDI), NAVI, All Panel Standards, PnP, PSWG 15 and 17 inch, SMT, Stereo, VBE, VIP 2, VSIS 1.0 R2, and VSIS Test Procedure. They can all be downloaded here.

Multiple Projector Common Data Interchange (MPCDI) Reference Implementations can be downloaded here.

The FPDM standard has been replaced by the Information Display Measurements Standard (IDMS) published by the The Society for Information Display (SID). For more information about the IDMS go to the SID website. An electronic version of the new standard is available for free download.

In addition, you can DOWNLOAD all Intellectual Property Statements for free.

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