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DisplayID is a VESA standard designed to replace E-EDID standard and EDID structure v1.4. Version 1.1 was released in March, 2009, version 1.3 was released in July 2013, and version 2.0 was released in September 2017.
The DisplayID standard is freely available and is royalty-free to implement.
DisplayID features variable-length structures which encompass all existing EDID extensions as well as new extensions for 3D displays and embedded displays. DisplayID format includes several blocks which describe logical parts of the display such as video interfaces, display device technology, timing details and manufacturer information. The blocks are flexible as the header length and the length of each field is variable and not limited to a specific number of bytes. Only a few data blocks are mandatory, and unneeded blocks can be simply left out, resulting in a smaller dataset.
- "VESA Refreshes DisplayID Standard to Support Higher Resolutions and Tiled Displays". vesa.org. 2013-09-23. Retrieved 2013-12-24.
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