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Configures EDID reporting for the HDMI input. By default, the input EDID includes video modes from the display attached to the HDMI output, some video modes supported by the player, and support for PCM audio up to 48kHz; it does not report proprietary media codecs that can be decoded by the device connected to the HDMI output, so you can use this method to announce such support if available at the endpoint. Using this method to change the default configuration will trigger a reboot on the player. The passed associative array can contain the following parameters:

  • [int] MaxHdcpVersion: The maximum supported version of HDCP advertised by the HDMI input. The default value is 2, which indicates support for HDCP 2.2. It can also be set to 1, which limits advertised support to HDCP 1.4.
  • [int] MaxSampleRate: The maximum supported PCM audio sampling rate in Hz (e.g. the default sampling rate is 48000)
  • [int] MaxChannelCount: The number of PCM channels that are advertised over EDID. The default value is 2, which allows for stereo mixdown. Increasing this value to 6 allows the source to send multichannel PCM.

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    If AC-3 or E-AC-3 is enabled on the player, multichannel audio is supported regardless of the MaxChannelCount setting. 


  • [int] EnableAC3: A flag specifying whether AC-3 is not supported (0) or supported (1)
  • [int] EnableEAC3: A flag specifying whether E-AC-3 is not supported (0) or supported (1)
  • [int] EnableTrueHDMlp: A flag specifying whether TrueHD MLP is not supported (0) or supported (1)
  • [int] EnableDTS: A flag specifying whether DTS is not supported (0) or supported (1)
  • [int] EnableDTSHD: A flag specifying whether DTS-HD is not supported (0) or supported (1)
  • [int] LockAudioToVideoClock: A flag specifying whether the audio sample rate clock is locked to the audio clock (0) or video clock (1) of the incoming HDMI signal.

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