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* Copyright (c) 2010 NVIDIA, Corporation
*
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* of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
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*
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*
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* IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
* FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
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* SOFTWARE.
*/
#ifndef __NVCTRL_H
#define __NVCTRL_H
#include <stdint.h>
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* Attribute Targets
*
* Targets define attribute groups. For example, some attributes are only
* valid to set on a GPU, others are only valid when talking about an
* X Screen. Target types are then what is used to identify the target
* group of the attribute you wish to set/query.
*
* Here are the supported target types:
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN 0
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU 1
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK 2
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC 3 /* Visual Computing System */
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GVI 4
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_COOLER 5 /* e.g., fan */
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_THERMAL_SENSOR 6
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER 7
#define NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_DISPLAY 8
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* Attributes
*
* Some attributes may only be read; some may require a display_mask
* argument and others may be valid only for specific target types.
* This information is encoded in the "permission" comment after each
* attribute #define, and can be queried at run time with
* XNVCTRLQueryValidAttributeValues() and/or
* XNVCTRLQueryValidTargetAttributeValues()
*
* Key to Integer Attribute "Permissions":
*
* R: The attribute is readable (in general, all attributes will be
* readable)
*
* W: The attribute is writable (attributes may not be writable for
* various reasons: they represent static system information, they
* can only be changed by changing an XF86Config option, etc).
*
* D: The attribute requires the display mask argument. The
* attributes NV_CTRL_CONNECTED_DISPLAYS and NV_CTRL_ENABLED_DISPLAYS
* will be a bitmask of what display devices are connected and what
* display devices are enabled for use in X, respectively. Each bit
* in the bitmask represents a display device; it is these bits which
* should be used as the display_mask when dealing with attributes
* designated with "D" below. For attributes that do not require the
* display mask, the argument is ignored.
*
* Alternatively, NV-CONTROL versions 1.27 and greater allow these
* attributes to be accessed via display target types, in which case
* the display_mask is ignored.
*
* G: The attribute may be queried using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU
* target type via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* F: The attribute may be queried using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK
* target type via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* X: When Xinerama is enabled, this attribute is kept consistent across
* all Physical X Screens; assignment of this attribute will be
* broadcast by the NVIDIA X Driver to all X Screens.
*
* V: The attribute may be queried using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC
* target type via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* I: The attribute may be queried using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GVI target type
* via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* Q: The attribute is a 64-bit integer attribute; use the 64-bit versions
* of the appropriate query interfaces.
*
* C: The attribute may be queried using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_COOLER target
* type via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* S: The attribute may be queried using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_THERMAL_SENSOR
* target type via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* T: The attribute may be queried using an
* NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER target type
* via XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*
* NOTE: Unless mentioned otherwise, all attributes may be queried using
* an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target type via
* XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute().
*/
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* Integer attributes:
*
* Integer attributes can be queried through the XNVCTRLQueryAttribute() and
* XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute() function calls.
*
* Integer attributes can be set through the XNVCTRLSetAttribute() and
* XNVCTRLSetTargetAttribute() function calls.
*
* Unless otherwise noted, all integer attributes can be queried/set
* using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target. Attributes that cannot
* take an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN also cannot be queried/set through
* XNVCTRLQueryAttribute()/XNVCTRLSetAttribute() (Since these assume
* an X Screen target).
*/
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING 2 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING_DEFAULT 0
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING_NATIVE 1
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING_SCALED 2
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING_CENTERED 3
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SCALING_ASPECT_SCALED 4
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_DITHERING is deprecated; NV_CTRL_DITHERING should
* be used instead.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_DITHERING 3 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_DITHERING_DEFAULT 0
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_DITHERING_ENABLED 1
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_DITHERING_DISABLED 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_DITHERING - the requested dithering configuration;
* possible values are:
*
* 0: auto (the driver will decide when to dither)
* 1: enabled (the driver will always dither when possible)
* 2: disabled (the driver will never dither)
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING 3 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_AUTO 0
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_ENABLED 1
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_DISABLED 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_DIGITAL_VIBRANCE - sets the digital vibrance level for the
* specified display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DIGITAL_VIBRANCE 4 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_BUS_TYPE - returns the bus type through which the specified device
* is connected to the computer.
* When this attribute is queried on an X screen target, the bus type of the
* GPU driving the X screen is returned.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_BUS_TYPE 5 /* R--GI */
#define NV_CTRL_BUS_TYPE_AGP 0
#define NV_CTRL_BUS_TYPE_PCI 1
#define NV_CTRL_BUS_TYPE_PCI_EXPRESS 2
#define NV_CTRL_BUS_TYPE_INTEGRATED 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_VIDEO_RAM - returns the total amount of memory available
* to the specified GPU (or the GPU driving the specified X
* screen). Note: if the GPU supports TurboCache(TM), the value
* reported may exceed the amount of video memory installed on the
* GPU. The value reported for integrated GPUs may likewise exceed
* the amount of dedicated system memory set aside by the system
* BIOS for use by the integrated GPU.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_VIDEO_RAM 6 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_IRQ - returns the interrupt request line used by the specified
* device.
* When this attribute is queried on an X screen target, the IRQ of the GPU
* driving the X screen is returned.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_IRQ 7 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_OPERATING_SYSTEM - returns the operating system on which
* the X server is running.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_OPERATING_SYSTEM 8 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_OPERATING_SYSTEM_LINUX 0
#define NV_CTRL_OPERATING_SYSTEM_FREEBSD 1
#define NV_CTRL_OPERATING_SYSTEM_SUNOS 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_SYNC_TO_VBLANK - enables sync to vblank for OpenGL clients.
* This setting is only applied to OpenGL clients that are started
* after this setting is applied.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SYNC_TO_VBLANK 9 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_SYNC_TO_VBLANK_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_SYNC_TO_VBLANK_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO - enables anisotropic filtering for OpenGL
* clients; on some NVIDIA hardware, this can only be enabled or
* disabled; on other hardware different levels of anisotropic
* filtering can be specified. This setting is only applied to OpenGL
* clients that are started after this setting is applied.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO 10 /* RW-X */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE - the FSAA setting for OpenGL clients; possible
* FSAA modes:
*
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_2x "2x Bilinear Multisampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_2x_5t "2x Quincunx Multisampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_15x15 "1.5 x 1.5 Supersampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_2x2 "2 x 2 Supersampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_4x "4x Bilinear Multisampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_4x_9t "4x Gaussian Multisampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_8x "2x Bilinear Multisampling by 4x Supersampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_16x "4x Bilinear Multisampling by 4x Supersampling"
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_8xS "4x Multisampling by 2x Supersampling"
*
* This setting is only applied to OpenGL clients that are started
* after this setting is applied.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE 11 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_2x 1
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_2x_5t 2
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_15x15 3
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_2x2 4
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_4x 5
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_4x_9t 6
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_8x 7
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_16x 8
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_8xS 9
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_8xQ 10
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_16xS 11
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_16xQ 12
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_32xS 13
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_32x 14
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_64xS 15
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_MAX NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE_64xS
/*
* NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_SHARPEN - enables texture sharpening for OpenGL
* clients. This setting is only applied to OpenGL clients that are
* started after this setting is applied.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_SHARPEN 12 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_SHARPEN_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_SHARPEN_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_UBB - returns whether UBB is enabled for the specified X
* screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_UBB 13 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_UBB_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_UBB_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_OVERLAY - returns whether the RGB overlay is enabled for
* the specified X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_OVERLAY 14 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_OVERLAY_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_OVERLAY_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_STEREO - returns whether stereo (and what type) is enabled
* for the specified X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO 16 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_DDC 1
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_BLUELINE 2
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_DIN 3
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_PASSIVE_EYE_PER_DPY 4
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_VERTICAL_INTERLACED 5
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_COLOR_INTERLACED 6
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_HORIZONTAL_INTERLACED 7
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_CHECKERBOARD_PATTERN 8
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_INVERSE_CHECKERBOARD_PATTERN 9
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_3D_VISION 10
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_3D_VISION_PRO 11
/*
* NV_CTRL_EMULATE - controls OpenGL software emulation of future
* NVIDIA GPUs.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_EMULATE 17 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_EMULATE_NONE 0
/*
* NV_CTRL_TWINVIEW - returns whether TwinView is enabled for the
* specified X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TWINVIEW 18 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_TWINVIEW_NOT_ENABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_TWINVIEW_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_CONNECTED_DISPLAYS - returns a display mask indicating the last
* cached state of the display devices connected to the GPU or GPU driving
* the specified X screen.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_CONNECTED_DISPLAYS 19 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_ENABLED_DISPLAYS - returns a display mask indicating what
* display devices are enabled for use on the specified X screen or
* GPU.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_ENABLED_DISPLAYS 20 /* R--G */
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* Integer attributes specific to configuring Frame Lock on boards that
* support it.
*/
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK - returns whether the underlying GPU supports
* Frame Lock. All of the other frame lock attributes are only
* applicable if NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK is _SUPPORTED.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK 21 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_NOT_SUPPORTED 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SUPPORTED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTER - get/set which display device to use
* as the frame lock master for the entire sync group. Note that only
* one node in the sync group should be configured as the master.
*
* This attribute can only be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU target. This attribute cannot be
* queried using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTER 22 /* RW-G */
/* These are deprecated. NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTER now takes and
returns a display mask as value. */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTER_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTER_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_POLARITY - sync either to the rising edge of the
* frame lock pulse, the falling edge of the frame lock pulse or both.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_POLARITY 23 /* RW-F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_POLARITY_RISING_EDGE 0x1
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_POLARITY_FALLING_EDGE 0x2
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_POLARITY_BOTH_EDGES 0x3
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY - delay between the frame lock pulse
* and the GPU sync. This value must be multiplied by
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_RESOLUTION to determine the sync delay in
* nanoseconds.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*
* USAGE NODE: NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_MAX and
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_FACTOR are deprecated.
* The Sync Delay _MAX and _FACTOR are different for different
* GSync products and so, to be correct, the valid values for
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY must be queried to get the range
* of acceptable sync delay values, and
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_RESOLUTION must be queried to
* obtain the correct factor.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY 24 /* RW-F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_MAX 2047 // deprecated
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_FACTOR 7.81 // deprecated
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_INTERVAL - how many house sync pulses
* between the frame lock sync generation (0 == sync every house sync);
* this only applies to the master when receiving house sync.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_INTERVAL 25 /* RW-F */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT0_STATUS - status of the rj45 port0.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT0_STATUS 26 /* R--F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT0_STATUS_INPUT 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT0_STATUS_OUTPUT 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT1_STATUS - status of the rj45 port1.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT1_STATUS 27 /* R--F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT1_STATUS_INPUT 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_PORT1_STATUS_OUTPUT 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_HOUSE_STATUS - returns whether or not the house
* sync signal was detected on the BNC connector of the frame lock
* board.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_HOUSE_STATUS 28 /* R--F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_HOUSE_STATUS_NOT_DETECTED 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_HOUSE_STATUS_DETECTED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC - enable/disable the syncing of display
* devices to the frame lock pulse as specified by previous calls to
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTER and NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SLAVES.
*
* This attribute can only be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU target. This attribute cannot be
* queried using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC 29 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_READY - reports whether a frame lock
* board is receiving sync (regardless of whether or not any display
* devices are using the sync).
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_READY 30 /* R--F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_READY_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_READY_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_STEREO_SYNC - this indicates that the GPU stereo
* signal is in sync with the frame lock stereo signal.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_STEREO_SYNC 31 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_STEREO_SYNC_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_STEREO_SYNC_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TEST_SIGNAL - to test the connections in the sync
* group, tell the master to enable a test signal, then query port[01]
* status and sync_ready on all slaves. When done, tell the master to
* disable the test signal. Test signal should only be manipulated
* while NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC is enabled.
*
* The TEST_SIGNAL is also used to reset the Universal Frame Count (as
* returned by the glXQueryFrameCountNV() function in the
* GLX_NV_swap_group extension). Note: for best accuracy of the
* Universal Frame Count, it is recommended to toggle the TEST_SIGNAL
* on and off after enabling frame lock.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TEST_SIGNAL 32 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TEST_SIGNAL_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TEST_SIGNAL_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_ETHERNET_DETECTED - The frame lock boards are
* cabled together using regular cat5 cable, connecting to rj45 ports
* on the backplane of the card. There is some concern that users may
* think these are ethernet ports and connect them to a
* router/hub/etc. The hardware can detect this and will shut off to
* prevent damage (either to itself or to the router).
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_ETHERNET_DETECTED may be called to find out if
* ethernet is connected to one of the rj45 ports. An appropriate
* error message should then be displayed. The _PORT0 and _PORT1
* values may be or'ed together.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_ETHERNET_DETECTED 33 /* R--F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_ETHERNET_DETECTED_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_ETHERNET_DETECTED_PORT0 0x1
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_ETHERNET_DETECTED_PORT1 0x2
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE - get/set what video mode is used
* to interperate the house sync signal. This should only be set
* on the master.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE 34 /* RW-F */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_TTL 1
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_NTSCPALSECAM 2
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_HDTV 3
/*
* During FRAMELOCK bring-up, the above values were redefined to
* these:
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_COMPOSITE_AUTO 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_TTL 1
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_COMPOSITE_BI_LEVEL 2
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_VIDEO_MODE_COMPOSITE_TRI_LEVEL 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_RATE - this is the refresh rate that the
* frame lock board is sending to the GPU, in milliHz.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_RATE 35 /* R--F */
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* NV_CTRL_FORCE_GENERIC_CPU - inhibit the use of CPU specific
* features such as MMX, SSE, or 3DNOW! for OpenGL clients; this
* option may result in performance loss, but may be useful in
* conjunction with software such as the Valgrind memory debugger.
* This setting is only applied to OpenGL clients that are started
* after this setting is applied.
*
* USAGE NOTE: This attribute is deprecated. CPU compatibility is now
* checked each time during initialization.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FORCE_GENERIC_CPU 37 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_FORCE_GENERIC_CPU_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FORCE_GENERIC_CPU_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA - for OpenGL clients, allow
* Gamma-corrected antialiased lines to consider variances in the
* color display capabilities of output devices when rendering smooth
* lines. Only available on recent Quadro GPUs. This setting is only
* applied to OpenGL clients that are started after this setting is
* applied.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA 38 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TIMING - this is TRUE when the gpu is both receiving
* and locked to an input timing signal. Timing information may come from
* the following places: Another frame lock device that is set to master,
* the house sync signal, or the GPU's internal timing from a display
* device.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TIMING 39 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TIMING_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_TIMING_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLIPPING_ALLOWED - when TRUE, OpenGL will swap by flipping
* when possible; when FALSE, OpenGL will alway swap by blitting.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLIPPING_ALLOWED 40 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_FLIPPING_ALLOWED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FLIPPING_ALLOWED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_ARCHITECTURE - returns the architecture on which the X server is
* running.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_ARCHITECTURE 41 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_ARCHITECTURE_X86 0
#define NV_CTRL_ARCHITECTURE_X86_64 1
#define NV_CTRL_ARCHITECTURE_IA64 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_CLAMPING - texture clamping mode in OpenGL. By
* default, _SPEC is used, which forces OpenGL texture clamping to
* conform with the OpenGL specification. _EDGE forces NVIDIA's
* OpenGL implementation to remap GL_CLAMP to GL_CLAMP_TO_EDGE,
* which is not strictly conformant, but some applications rely on
* the non-conformant behavior.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_CLAMPING 42 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_CLAMPING_EDGE 0
#define NV_CTRL_TEXTURE_CLAMPING_SPEC 1
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW 43 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_ENABLE 1
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_ALPHA 44 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_RED 45 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_GREEN 46 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_BLUE 47 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_X_OFFSET 48 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_CURSOR_SHADOW_Y_OFFSET 49 /* RW- */
/*
* When Application Control for FSAA is enabled, then what the
* application requests is used, and NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE is ignored. If
* this is disabled, then any application setting is overridden with
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED 50 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED_ENABLED 1
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED_DISABLED 0
/*
* When Application Control for LogAniso is enabled, then what the
* application requests is used, and NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO is ignored. If
* this is disabled, then any application setting is overridden with
* NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO
*/
#define NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED 51 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED_ENABLED 1
#define NV_CTRL_LOG_ANISO_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED_DISABLED 0
/*
* IMAGE_SHARPENING adjusts the sharpness of the display's image
* quality by amplifying high frequency content. Valid values will
* normally be in the range [0,32). Only available on GeForceFX or
* newer.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SHARPENING 52 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_OVERSCAN adjusts the amount of overscan on the specified
* display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_OVERSCAN 53 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_FLICKER_FILTER adjusts the amount of flicker filter on
* the specified display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_FLICKER_FILTER 54 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_BRIGHTNESS adjusts the amount of brightness on the
* specified display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_BRIGHTNESS 55 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_HUE adjusts the amount of hue on the specified display
* device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_HUE 56 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_CONTRAST adjusts the amount of contrast on the specified
* display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_CONTRAST 57 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_SATURATION adjusts the amount of saturation on the
* specified display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_SATURATION 58 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_TV_RESET_SETTINGS - this write-only attribute can be used
* to request that all TV Settings be reset to their default values;
* typical usage would be that this attribute be sent, and then all
* the TV attributes be queried to retrieve their new values.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_TV_RESET_SETTINGS 59 /* -WDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CORE_TEMPERATURE reports the current core temperature
* of the GPU driving the X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CORE_TEMPERATURE 60 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CORE_THRESHOLD reports the current GPU core slowdown
* threshold temperature, NV_CTRL_GPU_DEFAULT_CORE_THRESHOLD and
* NV_CTRL_GPU_MAX_CORE_THRESHOLD report the default and MAX core
* slowdown threshold temperatures.
*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CORE_THRESHOLD reflects the temperature at which the
* GPU is throttled to prevent overheating.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CORE_THRESHOLD 61 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_DEFAULT_CORE_THRESHOLD 62 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_MAX_CORE_THRESHOLD 63 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_AMBIENT_TEMPERATURE reports the current temperature in the
* immediate neighbourhood of the GPU driving the X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_AMBIENT_TEMPERATURE 64 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_PBUFFER_SCANOUT_SUPPORTED - returns whether this X screen
* supports scanout of FP pbuffers;
*
* if this screen does not support PBUFFER_SCANOUT, then all other
* PBUFFER_SCANOUT attributes are unavailable.
*
* PBUFFER_SCANOUT is supported if and only if:
* - Twinview is configured with clone mode. The secondary screen is used to
* scanout the pbuffer.
* - The desktop is running in with 16 bits per pixel.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PBUFFER_SCANOUT_SUPPORTED 65 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_PBUFFER_SCANOUT_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_PBUFFER_SCANOUT_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_PBUFFER_SCANOUT_XID indicates the XID of the pbuffer used for
* scanout.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PBUFFER_SCANOUT_XID 66 /* RW- */
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* The NV_CTRL_GVO_* integer attributes are used to configure GVO
* (Graphics to Video Out). This functionality is available, for
* example, on the Quadro FX 4000 SDI graphics board.
*
* The following is a typical usage pattern for the GVO attributes:
*
* - query NV_CTRL_GVO_SUPPORTED to determine if the X screen supports GV0.
*
* - specify NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE (one of FREE_RUNNING, GENLOCK, or
* FRAMELOCK); if you specify GENLOCK or FRAMELOCK, you should also
* specify NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_SOURCE.
*
* - Use NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED and
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SDI_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED to detect what input syncs are
* present.
*
* (If no analog sync is detected but it is known that a valid
* bi-level or tri-level sync is connected set
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECT_MODE appropriately and
* retest with NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED).
*
* - if syncing to input sync, query the
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_DETECTED_VIDEO_FORMAT attribute; note that Input video
* format can only be queried after SYNC_SOURCE is specified.
*
* - specify the NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT
*
* - specify the NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT
*
* - specify any custom Color Space Conversion (CSC) matrix, offset,
* and scale with XNVCTRLSetGvoColorConversion().
*
* - if using the GLX_NV_video_out extension to display one or more
* pbuffers, call glXGetVideoDeviceNV() to lock the GVO output for use
* by the GLX client; then bind the pbuffer(s) to the GVO output with
* glXBindVideoImageNV() and send pbuffers to the GVO output with
* glXSendPbufferToVideoNV(); see the GLX_NV_video_out spec for more
* details.
*
* - if using the GLX_NV_present_video extension, call
* glXBindVideoDeviceNV() to bind the GVO video device to current
* OpenGL context.
*
* Note that setting most GVO attributes only causes the value to be
* cached in the X server. The values will be flushed to the hardware
* either when the next MetaMode is set that uses the GVO display
* device, or when a GLX pbuffer is bound to the GVO output (with
* glXBindVideoImageNV()).
*
* Note that GLX_NV_video_out/GLX_NV_present_video and X screen use
* are mutually exclusive. If a MetaMode is currently using the GVO
* device, then glXGetVideoDeviceNV and glXBindVideoImageNV() will
* fail. Similarly, if a GLX client has locked the GVO output (via
* glXGetVideoDeviceNV or glXBindVideoImageNV), then setting a
* MetaMode that uses the GVO device will fail. The
* NV_CTRL_GVO_GLX_LOCKED event will be sent when a GLX client locks
* the GVO output.
*
*/
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SUPPORTED - returns whether this X screen supports GVO;
* if this screen does not support GVO output, then all other GVO
* attributes are unavailable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SUPPORTED 67 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SUPPORTED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SUPPORTED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE - selects the GVO sync mode; possible values
* are:
*
* FREE_RUNNING - GVO does not sync to any external signal
*
* GENLOCK - the GVO output is genlocked to an incoming sync signal;
* genlocking locks at hsync. This requires that the output video
* format exactly match the incoming sync video format.
*
* FRAMELOCK - the GVO output is frame locked to an incoming sync
* signal; frame locking locks at vsync. This requires that the output
* video format have the same refresh rate as the incoming sync video
* format.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE 68 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE_FREE_RUNNING 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE_GENLOCK 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE_FRAMELOCK 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_SOURCE - if NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE is set to either
* GENLOCK or FRAMELOCK, this controls which sync source is used as
* the incoming sync signal (either Composite or SDI). If
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE is FREE_RUNNING, this attribute has no
* effect.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_SOURCE 69 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_SOURCE_COMPOSITE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_SOURCE_SDI 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT - specifies the desired output video
* format for GVO devices or the desired input video format for GVI devices.
*
* Note that for GVO, the valid video formats may vary depending on
* the NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE and the incoming sync video format. See
* the definition of NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE.
*
* Note that when querying the ValidValues for this data type, the
* values are reported as bits within a bitmask
* (ATTRIBUTE_TYPE_INT_BITS); unfortunately, there are more valid
* value bits than will fit in a single 32-bit value. To solve this,
* query the ValidValues for NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT to
* check which of the first 31 VIDEO_FORMATS are valid, query the
* ValidValues for NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT2 to check which
* of the 32-63 VIDEO_FORMATS are valid, and query the ValidValues of
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT3 to check which of the 64-95
* VIDEO_FORMATS are valid.
*
* Note: Setting this attribute on a GVI device may also result in the
* following NV-CONTROL attributes being reset on that device (to
* ensure the configuration remains valid):
* NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_BITS_PER_COMPONENT
* NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_COMPONENT_SAMPLING
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT 70 /* RW--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_487I_59_94_SMPTE259_NTSC 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_576I_50_00_SMPTE259_PAL 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_59_94_SMPTE296 3
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_60_00_SMPTE296 4
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1035I_59_94_SMPTE260 5
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1035I_60_00_SMPTE260 6
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_50_00_SMPTE295 7
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_50_00_SMPTE274 8
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_59_94_SMPTE274 9
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_60_00_SMPTE274 10
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_23_976_SMPTE274 11
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_24_00_SMPTE274 12
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_25_00_SMPTE274 13
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_29_97_SMPTE274 14
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_30_00_SMPTE274 15
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_50_00_SMPTE296 16
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_48_00_SMPTE274 17
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_47_96_SMPTE274 18
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_30_00_SMPTE296 19
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_29_97_SMPTE296 20
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_25_00_SMPTE296 21
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_24_00_SMPTE296 22
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_23_98_SMPTE296 23
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_25_00_SMPTE274 24
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_29_97_SMPTE274 25
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_30_00_SMPTE274 26
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_24_00_SMPTE274 27
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_23_98_SMPTE274 28
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_30_00_SMPTE372 29
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_29_97_SMPTE372 30
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_60_00_SMPTE372 31
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_59_94_SMPTE372 32
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_25_00_SMPTE372 33
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_50_00_SMPTE372 34
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_24_00_SMPTE372 35
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_23_98_SMPTE372 36
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_48_00_SMPTE372 37
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_47_96_SMPTE372 38
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_50_00_3G_LEVEL_A_SMPTE274 39
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_59_94_3G_LEVEL_A_SMPTE274 40
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_60_00_3G_LEVEL_A_SMPTE274 41
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_60_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 42
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_60_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 43
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_60_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 44
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_50_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 45
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_50_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 46
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_50_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 47
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_30_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 48
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_30_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 49
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_25_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 50
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_25_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 51
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_24_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 52
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_24_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 53
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_48_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 54
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_48_00_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 55
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_59_94_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 56
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_59_94_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 57
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_59_94_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 58
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_29_97_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 59
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_29_97_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 60
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_23_98_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 61
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_23_98_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 62
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_47_96_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE274 63
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_47_96_3G_LEVEL_B_SMPTE372 64
/*
* The following are deprecated; NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT and the
* corresponding NV_CTRL_GVIO_* formats should be used instead.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OUTPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT 70 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_487I_59_94_SMPTE259_NTSC 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_576I_50_00_SMPTE259_PAL 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_59_94_SMPTE296 3
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_60_00_SMPTE296 4
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1035I_59_94_SMPTE260 5
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1035I_60_00_SMPTE260 6
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_50_00_SMPTE295 7
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_50_00_SMPTE274 8
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_59_94_SMPTE274 9
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_60_00_SMPTE274 10
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_23_976_SMPTE274 11
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_24_00_SMPTE274 12
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_25_00_SMPTE274 13
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_29_97_SMPTE274 14
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080P_30_00_SMPTE274 15
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_50_00_SMPTE296 16
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_48_00_SMPTE274 17
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080I_47_96_SMPTE274 18
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_30_00_SMPTE296 19
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_29_97_SMPTE296 20
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_25_00_SMPTE296 21
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_24_00_SMPTE296 22
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_23_98_SMPTE296 23
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_25_00_SMPTE274 24
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_29_97_SMPTE274 25
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_30_00_SMPTE274 26
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_24_00_SMPTE274 27
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_1080PSF_23_98_SMPTE274 28
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_30_00_SMPTE372 29
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_29_97_SMPTE372 30
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_60_00_SMPTE372 31
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_59_94_SMPTE372 32
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_25_00_SMPTE372 33
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_50_00_SMPTE372 34
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_24_00_SMPTE372 35
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048P_23_98_SMPTE372 36
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_48_00_SMPTE372 37
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_2048I_47_96_SMPTE372 38
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_DETECTED_VIDEO_FORMAT - indicates the input video format
* detected for GVO or GVI devices; the possible values are the
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT constants.
*
* For GVI devices, the jack number should be specified in the lower
* 16 bits of the "display_mask" parameter, while the channel number should be
* specified in the upper 16 bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_DETECTED_VIDEO_FORMAT 71 /* R--I */
/*
* The following is deprecated. Use NV_CTRL_GVIO_DETECTED_VIDEO_FORMAT,
* instead.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_INPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT 71 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT - This controls how the data in the source
* (either the X screen or the GLX pbuffer) is interpretted and
* displayed.
*
* Note: some of the below DATA_FORMATS have been renamed. For
* example, R8G8B8_TO_RGB444 has been renamed to X8X8X8_444_PASSTHRU.
* This is to more accurately reflect DATA_FORMATS where the
* per-channel data could be either RGB or YCrCb -- the point is that
* the driver and GVO hardware do not perform any implicit color space
* conversion on the data; it is passed through to the SDI out.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT 72 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8_TO_YCRCB444 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8A8_TO_YCRCBA4444 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8Z10_TO_YCRCBZ4444 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8_TO_YCRCB422 3
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8A8_TO_YCRCBA4224 4
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8Z10_TO_YCRCBZ4224 5
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8_TO_RGB444 6 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X8X8X8_444_PASSTHRU 6
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8A8_TO_RGBA4444 7 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X8X8X8A8_4444_PASSTHRU 7
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R8G8B8Z10_TO_RGBZ4444 8 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X8X8X8Z8_4444_PASSTHRU 8
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_Y10CR10CB10_TO_YCRCB444 9 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X10X10_444_PASSTHRU 9
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_Y10CR8CB8_TO_YCRCB444 10 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X8X8_444_PASSTHRU 10
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_Y10CR8CB8A10_TO_YCRCBA4444 11 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X8X8A10_4444_PASSTHRU 11
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_Y10CR8CB8Z10_TO_YCRCBZ4444 12 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X8X8Z10_4444_PASSTHRU 12
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_DUAL_R8G8B8_TO_DUAL_YCRCB422 13
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_DUAL_Y8CR8CB8_TO_DUAL_YCRCB422 14 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_DUAL_X8X8X8_TO_DUAL_422_PASSTHRU 14
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R10G10B10_TO_YCRCB422 15
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R10G10B10_TO_YCRCB444 16
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_Y12CR12CB12_TO_YCRCB444 17 // renamed
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X12X12X12_444_PASSTHRU 17
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R12G12B12_TO_YCRCB444 18
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X8X8X8_422_PASSTHRU 19
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X8X8X8A8_4224_PASSTHRU 20
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X8X8X8Z8_4224_PASSTHRU 21
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X10X10_422_PASSTHRU 22
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X8X8_422_PASSTHRU 23
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X8X8A10_4224_PASSTHRU 24
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X10X8X8Z10_4224_PASSTHRU 25
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_X12X12X12_422_PASSTHRU 26
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_R12G12B12_TO_YCRCB422 27
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_DISPLAY_X_SCREEN - no longer supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DISPLAY_X_SCREEN 73 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DISPLAY_X_SCREEN_ENABLE 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_DISPLAY_X_SCREEN_DISABLE 0
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED - indicates whether
* Composite Sync input is detected.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED 74 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECT_MODE - get/set the
* Composite Sync input detect mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECT_MODE 75 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECT_MODE_AUTO 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECT_MODE_BI_LEVEL 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_SYNC_INPUT_DETECT_MODE_TRI_LEVEL 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED - indicates whether SDI Sync input
* is detected, and what type.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SDI_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED 76 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SDI_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SDI_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED_HD 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SDI_SYNC_INPUT_DETECTED_SD 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_OUTPUTS - indicates which GVO video output
* connectors are currently outputing data.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_OUTPUTS 77 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_OUTPUTS_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_OUTPUTS_VIDEO1 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_OUTPUTS_VIDEO2 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_OUTPUTS_VIDEO_BOTH 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_FPGA_VERSION - indicates the version of the Firmware on
* the GVO device. Deprecated; use
* NV_CTRL_STRING_GVIO_FIRMWARE_VERSION instead.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_FIRMWARE_VERSION 78 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_DELAY_PIXELS - controls the delay between the
* input sync and the output sync in numbers of pixels from hsync;
* this is a 12 bit value.
*
* If the NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_ADVANCE_SYNC_SKEW bit is set,
* then setting this value will set an advance instead of a delay.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_DELAY_PIXELS 79 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_DELAY_LINES - controls the delay between the input
* sync and the output sync in numbers of lines from vsync; this is a
* 12 bit value.
*
* If the NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_ADVANCE_SYNC_SKEW bit is set,
* then setting this value will set an advance instead of a delay.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_DELAY_LINES 80 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_INPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT_REACQUIRE - must be set for a period
* of about 2 seconds for the new InputVideoFormat to be properly
* locked to. In nvidia-settings, we do a reacquire whenever genlock
* or frame lock mode is entered into, when the user clicks the
* "detect" button. This value can be written, but always reads back
* _FALSE.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_INPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT_REACQUIRE 81 /* -W- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_INPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT_REACQUIRE_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_INPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT_REACQUIRE_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_GLX_LOCKED - indicates that GVO configurability is
* locked by GLX; this occurs when either glXGetVideoDeviceNV (part of
* GLX_NV_video_out) or glXBindVideoDeviceNV (part of
* GLX_NV_present_video) is called. All GVO output resources are
* locked until released by the GLX_NV_video_out/GLX_NV_present_video
* client.
*
* When GVO is locked, setting of the following GVO NV-CONTROL attributes will
* not happen immediately and will instead be cached. The GVO resource will
* need to be disabled/released and re-enabled/claimed for the values to be
* flushed. These attributes are:
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT
* NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT
* NV_CTRL_GVO_FLIP_QUEUE_SIZE
*
* This attribute is deprecated and may be removed in a future release. Its
* functionality has been replaced by NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_GLX_LOCKED 82 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_GLX_LOCKED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_GLX_LOCKED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_{WIDTH,HEIGHT,REFRESH_RATE} - query the
* width, height, and refresh rate for the specified
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_*. So that this can be queried with
* existing interfaces, XNVCTRLQueryAttribute() should be used, and
* the video format specified in the display_mask field; eg:
*
* XNVCTRLQueryAttribute (dpy,
* screen,
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_487I_59_94_SMPTE259_NTSC,
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_WIDTH,
* &value);
*
* Note that Refresh Rate is in milliHertz values
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_WIDTH 83 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_HEIGHT 84 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_REFRESH_RATE 85 /* R--I */
/* The following are deprecated; use the NV_CTRL_GVIO_* versions, instead */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_WIDTH 83 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_HEIGHT 84 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_VIDEO_FORMAT_REFRESH_RATE 85 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_X_SCREEN_PAN_[XY] - no longer supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_X_SCREEN_PAN_X 86 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_X_SCREEN_PAN_Y 87 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE - query the current or set a new
* overclocking state; the value of this attribute controls the
* availability of additional overclocking attributes (see below).
*
* Note: this attribute is unavailable unless overclocking support
* has been enabled in the X server (by the user).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE 88 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE_MANUAL 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_{2,3}D_CLOCK_FREQS - query or set the GPU and memory
* clocks of the device driving the X screen. New clock frequencies
* are tested before being applied, and may be rejected.
*
* Note: if the target clocks are too aggressive, their testing may
* render the system unresponsive.
*
* Note: while this attribute can always be queried, it can't be set
* unless NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE is set to _MANUAL. Since
* the target clocks may be rejected, the requester should read this
* attribute after the set to determine success or failure.
*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_{2,3}D_CLOCK_FREQS are "packed" integer attributes; the
* GPU clock is stored in the upper 16 bits of the integer, and the
* memory clock is stored in the lower 16 bits of the integer. All
* clock values are in MHz.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_2D_CLOCK_FREQS 89 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_3D_CLOCK_FREQS 90 /* RW-G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_DEFAULT_{2,3}D_CLOCK_FREQS - query the default memory
* and GPU core clocks of the device driving the X screen.
*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_DEFAULT_{2,3}D_CLOCK_FREQS are "packed" integer
* attributes; the GPU clock is stored in the upper 16 bits of the
* integer, and the memory clock is stored in the lower 16 bits of the
* integer. All clock values are in MHz.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_DEFAULT_2D_CLOCK_FREQS 91 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_DEFAULT_3D_CLOCK_FREQS 92 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_CLOCK_FREQS - query the current GPU and memory
* clocks of the graphics device driving the X screen.
*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_CLOCK_FREQS is a "packed" integer attribute;
* the GPU clock is stored in the upper 16 bits of the integer, and
* the memory clock is stored in the lower 16 bits of the integer.
* All clock values are in MHz. All clock values are in MHz.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_CLOCK_FREQS 93 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS - Holds the last calculated
* optimal 3D clock frequencies found by the
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION process. Querying this
* attribute before having probed for the optimal clocks will return
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_INVALID
*
* Note: unless NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE is set to _MANUAL, the
* optimal clock detection process is unavailable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS 94 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_INVALID 0
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION - set to _START to
* initiate testing for the optimal 3D clock frequencies. Once
* found, the optimal clock frequencies will be returned by the
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS attribute asynchronously
* (using an X event, see XNVCtrlSelectNotify).
*
* To cancel an ongoing test for the optimal clocks, set the
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION attribute to _CANCEL
*
* Note: unless NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE is set to _MANUAL, the
* optimal clock detection process is unavailable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION 95 /* -W-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION_START 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION_CANCEL 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION_STATE - query this
* variable to know if a test is currently being run to
* determine the optimal 3D clock frequencies. _BUSY means a
* test is currently running, _IDLE means the test is not running.
*
* Note: unless NV_CTRL_GPU_OVERCLOCKING_STATE is set to _MANUAL, the
* optimal clock detection process is unavailable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION_STATE 96 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION_STATE_IDLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_OPTIMAL_CLOCK_FREQS_DETECTION_STATE_BUSY 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_CHIP_LOCATION - for the specified display device,
* report whether the flat panel is driven by the on-chip controller,
* or a separate controller chip elsewhere on the graphics board.
* This attribute is only available for flat panels.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_CHIP_LOCATION 215/* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_CHIP_LOCATION_INTERNAL 0
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_CHIP_LOCATION_EXTERNAL 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_LINK - report the number of links for a DVI connection, or
* the main link's active lane count for DisplayPort.
* This attribute is only available for flat panels.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_LINK 216/* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_LINK_SINGLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_LINK_DUAL 1
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_LINK_QUAD 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SIGNAL - for the specified display device, report
* whether the flat panel is driven by an LVDS, TMDS, or DisplayPort signal.
* This attribute is only available for flat panels.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SIGNAL 217/* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SIGNAL_LVDS 0
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SIGNAL_TMDS 1
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_SIGNAL_DISPLAYPORT 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_USE_HOUSE_SYNC - when TRUE, the server (master) frame lock
* device will propagate the incoming house sync signal as the outgoing
* frame lock sync signal. If the frame lock device cannot detect a
* frame lock sync signal, it will default to using the internal timings
* from the GPU connected to the primary connector.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_USE_HOUSE_SYNC 218/* RW-F */
#define NV_CTRL_USE_HOUSE_SYNC_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_USE_HOUSE_SYNC_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_EDID_AVAILABLE - report if an EDID is available for the
* specified display device.
*
* This attribute may also be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN
* target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_EDID_AVAILABLE 219 /* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_EDID_AVAILABLE_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_EDID_AVAILABLE_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_FORCE_STEREO - when TRUE, OpenGL will force stereo flipping
* even when no stereo drawables are visible (if the device is configured
* to support it, see the "Stereo" X config option).
* When false, fall back to the default behavior of only flipping when a
* stereo drawable is visible.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FORCE_STEREO 220 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_FORCE_STEREO_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_FORCE_STEREO_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SETTINGS - the image quality setting for OpenGL clients.
*
* This setting is only applied to OpenGL clients that are started
* after this setting is applied.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SETTINGS 221 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SETTINGS_HIGH_QUALITY 0
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SETTINGS_QUALITY 1
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SETTINGS_PERFORMANCE 2
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SETTINGS_HIGH_PERFORMANCE 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_XINERAMA - return whether xinerama is enabled
*/
#define NV_CTRL_XINERAMA 222 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_XINERAMA_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_XINERAMA_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_XINERAMA_STEREO - when TRUE, OpenGL will allow stereo flipping
* on multiple X screens configured with Xinerama.
* When FALSE, flipping is allowed only on one X screen at a time.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_XINERAMA_STEREO 223 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_XINERAMA_STEREO_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_XINERAMA_STEREO_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_BUS_RATE - if the bus type of the specified device is AGP, then
* NV_CTRL_BUS_RATE returns the configured AGP transfer rate. If the bus type
* is PCI Express, then this attribute returns the maximum link width.
* When this attribute is queried on an X screen target, the bus rate of the
* GPU driving the X screen is returned.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_BUS_RATE 224 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_MAX_LINK_WIDTH - returns the maximum
* PCIe link width, in number of lanes.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_MAX_LINK_WIDTH NV_CTRL_BUS_RATE
/*
* NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_HUD - when TRUE, OpenGL will draw information about the
* current SLI mode.
* Renamed this attribute to NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_HUD NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_HUD_FALSE NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR_FALSE
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_HUD_TRUE NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR_TRUE
/*
* NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR - when TRUE, OpenGL will draw information
* about the current SLI mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR 225 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_SLI_VISUAL_INDICATOR_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_XV_SYNC_TO_DISPLAY - this control is valid when TwinView and
* XVideo Sync To VBlank are enabled.
* It controls which display device will be synched to.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_XV_SYNC_TO_DISPLAY 226 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT2 - this attribute is only
* intended to be used to query the ValidValues for
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT for VIDEO_FORMAT values between
* 31 and 63. See NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT for details.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT2 227 /* ---GI */
/*
* The following is deprecated; use NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT2,
* instead
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OUTPUT_VIDEO_FORMAT2 227 /* --- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_OVERRIDE_HW_CSC - Override the SDI hardware's Color Space
* Conversion with the values controlled through
* XNVCTRLSetGvoColorConversion() and XNVCTRLGetGvoColorConversion(). If
* this attribute is FALSE, then the values specified through
* XNVCTRLSetGvoColorConversion() are ignored.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OVERRIDE_HW_CSC 228 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OVERRIDE_HW_CSC_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OVERRIDE_HW_CSC_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES - this read-only attribute describes GVO
* capabilities that differ between NVIDIA SDI products. This value
* is a bitmask where each bit indicates whether that capability is
* available.
*
* APPLY_CSC_IMMEDIATELY - whether the CSC matrix, offset, and scale
* specified through XNVCTRLSetGvoColorConversion() will take affect
* immediately, or only after SDI output is disabled and enabled
* again.
*
* APPLY_CSC_TO_X_SCREEN - whether the CSC matrix, offset, and scale
* specified through XNVCTRLSetGvoColorConversion() will also apply
* to GVO output of an X screen, or only to OpenGL GVO output, as
* enabled through the GLX_NV_video_out extension.
*
* COMPOSITE_TERMINATION - whether the 75 ohm termination of the
* SDI composite input signal can be programmed through the
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_TERMINATION attribute.
*
* SHARED_SYNC_BNC - whether the SDI device has a single BNC
* connector used for both (SDI & Composite) incoming signals.
*
* MULTIRATE_SYNC - whether the SDI device supports synchronization
* of input and output video modes that match in being odd or even
* modes (ie, AA.00 Hz modes can be synched to other BB.00 Hz modes and
* AA.XX Hz can match to BB.YY Hz where .XX and .YY are not .00)
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES 229 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_APPLY_CSC_IMMEDIATELY 0x00000001
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_APPLY_CSC_TO_X_SCREEN 0x00000002
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_COMPOSITE_TERMINATION 0x00000004
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_SHARED_SYNC_BNC 0x00000008
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_MULTIRATE_SYNC 0x00000010
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CAPABILITIES_ADVANCE_SYNC_SKEW 0x00000020
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_TERMINATION - enable or disable 75 ohm
* termination of the SDI composite input signal.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_TERMINATION 230 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_TERMINATION_ENABLE 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_TERMINATION_DISABLE 0
/*
* NV_CTRL_ASSOCIATED_DISPLAY_DEVICES - display device mask indicating
* which display devices are "associated" with the specified X screen
* (ie: are available to the X screen for displaying the X screen).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_ASSOCIATED_DISPLAY_DEVICES 231 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SLAVES - get/set whether the display device(s)
* given should listen or ignore the master's sync signal.
*
* This attribute can only be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU target. This attribute cannot be
* queried using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SLAVES 232 /* RW-G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTERABLE - Can any of the given display devices
* be set as master of the frame lock group. Returns a bitmask of the
* corresponding display devices that can be set as master.
*
* This attribute can only be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU target. This attribute cannot be
* queried using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_MASTERABLE 233 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_PROBE_DISPLAYS - re-probes the hardware to detect what
* display devices are connected to the GPU or GPU driving the
* specified X screen. Returns a display mask.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PROBE_DISPLAYS 234 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_REFRESH_RATE - Returns the refresh rate of the specified
* display device in 100 * Hz (ie. to get the refresh rate in Hz, divide
* the returned value by 100.)
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_REFRESH_RATE 235 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_FLIP_QUEUE_SIZE - The Graphics to Video Out interface
* exposed through NV-CONTROL and the GLX_NV_video_out extension uses
* an internal flip queue when pbuffers are sent to the video device
* (via glXSendPbufferToVideoNV()). The NV_CTRL_GVO_FLIP_QUEUE_SIZE
* can be used to query and assign the flip queue size. This
* attribute is applied to GLX when glXGetVideoDeviceNV() is called by
* the application.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_FLIP_QUEUE_SIZE 236 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_SCANLINE - query the current scanline for the
* specified display device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_SCANLINE 237 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT - Controls where X pixmaps are initially
* created.
*
* NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_FORCE_SYSMEM causes pixmaps to stay in
* system memory. These pixmaps can't be accelerated by the NVIDIA driver; this
* will cause blank windows if used with an OpenGL compositing manager.
* NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_SYSMEM creates pixmaps in system memory
* initially, but allows them to migrate to video memory.
* NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_VIDMEM creates pixmaps in video memory
* when enough resources are available.
* NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_RESERVED is currently reserved for future
* use. Behavior is undefined.
* NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_GPU_SYSMEM creates pixmaps in GPU accessible
* system memory when enough resources are available.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT 238 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_FORCE_SYSMEM 0
#define NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_SYSMEM 1
#define NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_VIDMEM 2
#define NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_RESERVED 3
#define NV_CTRL_INITIAL_PIXMAP_PLACEMENT_GPU_SYSMEM 4
/*
* NV_CTRL_PCI_BUS - Returns the PCI bus number the specified device is using.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PCI_BUS 239 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_PCI_DEVICE - Returns the PCI device number the specified device is
* using.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PCI_DEVICE 240 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_PCI_FUNCTION - Returns the PCI function number the specified device
* is using.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PCI_FUNCTION 241 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_FPGA_REVISION - Querys the FPGA revision of the
* Frame Lock device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_FPGA_REVISION 242 /* R--F */
/*
* NV_CTRL_MAX_SCREEN_{WIDTH,HEIGHT} - the maximum allowable size, in
* pixels, of either the specified X screen (if the target_type of the
* query is an X screen), or any X screen on the specified GPU (if the
* target_type of the query is a GPU).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_MAX_SCREEN_WIDTH 243 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_MAX_SCREEN_HEIGHT 244 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_MAX_DISPLAYS - the maximum number of display devices that
* can be driven simultaneously on a GPU (e.g., that can be used in a
* MetaMode at once). Note that this does not indicate the maximum
* number of bits that can be set in NV_CTRL_CONNECTED_DISPLAYS,
* because more display devices can be connected than are actively in
* use.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_MAX_DISPLAYS 245 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_DYNAMIC_TWINVIEW - Returns whether or not the screen
* supports dynamic twinview.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DYNAMIC_TWINVIEW 246 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_MULTIGPU_DISPLAY_OWNER - Returns the (NV-CONTROL) GPU ID of
* the GPU that has the display device(s) used for showing the X Screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_MULTIGPU_DISPLAY_OWNER 247 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING 248 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_TARGET_INVALID 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_TARGET_FLATPANEL_BEST_FIT 1
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_TARGET_FLATPANEL_NATIVE 2
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_METHOD_INVALID 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_METHOD_STRETCHED 1
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_METHOD_CENTERED 2
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_METHOD_ASPECT_SCALED 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRONTEND_RESOLUTION - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRONTEND_RESOLUTION 249 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_BACKEND_RESOLUTION - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_BACKEND_RESOLUTION 250 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_NATIVE_RESOLUTION - Returns the dimensions of the
* native resolution of the flat panel as determined by the
* NVIDIA X Driver.
*
* The native resolution is the resolution at which a flat panel
* must display any image. All other resolutions must be scaled to this
* resolution through GPU scaling or the DFP's native scaling capabilities
* in order to be displayed.
*
* This attribute is only valid for flat panel (DFP) display devices.
*
* This attribute is a packed integer; the width is packed in the upper
* 16-bits and the height is packed in the lower 16-bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_NATIVE_RESOLUTION 251 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_BEST_FIT_RESOLUTION - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FLATPANEL_BEST_FIT_RESOLUTION 252 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_ACTIVE - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_ACTIVE 253 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_DFP_SCALING_ACTIVE - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DFP_SCALING_ACTIVE 254 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_ENHANCED - Controls how the NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE
* is applied when NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED is set to
* NV_CTRL_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED_DISABLED. When
* NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_ENHANCED is _DISABLED, OpenGL applications will
* be forced to use the FSAA mode specified by NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE. when set
* to _ENABLED, only those applications that have selected a multisample
* FBConfig will be made to use the NV_CTRL_FSAA_MODE specified.
*
* This attribute is ignored when NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED is
* set to NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_CONTROLLED_ENABLED.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_ENHANCED 255 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_ENHANCED_ENABLED 1
#define NV_CTRL_FSAA_APPLICATION_ENHANCED_DISABLED 0
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_RATE_4 - This is the refresh rate that the
* frame lock board is sending to the GPU with 4 digits of precision.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_FRAMELOCK.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_RATE_4 256 /* R--F */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER - indicates that the GVO device is available
* or in use (by GLX or an X screen).
*
* The GVO device is locked by GLX when either glXGetVideoDeviceNV
* (part of GLX_NV_video_out) or glXBindVideoDeviceNV (part of
* GLX_NV_present_video) is called. All GVO output resources are
* locked until released by the GLX_NV_video_out/GLX_NV_present_video
* client.
*
* The GVO device is locked/unlocked by an X screen, when the GVO device is
* used in a MetaMode on an X screen.
*
* When the GVO device is locked, setting of the following GVO NV-CONTROL
* attributes will not happen immediately and will instead be cached. The
* GVO resource will need to be disabled/released and re-enabled/claimed for
* the values to be flushed. These attributes are:
*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT
* NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT
* NV_CTRL_GVO_FLIP_QUEUE_SIZE
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER 257 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER_GLX 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER_CLONE /* no longer supported */ 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_LOCK_OWNER_X_SCREEN 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_HWOVERLAY - when a workstation overlay is in use, reports
* whether the hardware overlay is used, or if the overlay is emulated.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_HWOVERLAY 258 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_HWOVERLAY_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_HWOVERLAY_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_NUM_GPU_ERRORS_RECOVERED - Returns the number of GPU errors
* occured. This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_NUM_GPU_ERRORS_RECOVERED 259 /* R--- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_REFRESH_RATE_3 - Returns the refresh rate of the specified
* display device in 1000 * Hz (ie. to get the refresh rate in Hz, divide
* the returned value by 1000.)
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_REFRESH_RATE_3 260 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_ONDEMAND_VBLANK_INTERRUPTS - if the OnDemandVBlankInterrupts
* X driver option is set to true, this attribute can be used to
* determine if on-demand VBlank interrupt control is enabled on the
* specified GPU, as well as to enable or disable this feature.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_ONDEMAND_VBLANK_INTERRUPTS 261 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_ONDEMAND_VBLANK_INTERRUPTS_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_ONDEMAND_VBLANK_INTERRUPTS_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_SOURCE reports the type of power source
* of the GPU driving the X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_SOURCE 262 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_SOURCE_AC 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_SOURCE_BATTERY 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PERFORMANCE_MODE is deprecated
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PERFORMANCE_MODE 263 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PERFORMANCE_MODE_DESKTOP 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PERFORMANCE_MODE_MAXPERF 1
/* NV_CTRL_GLYPH_CACHE - Enables RENDER Glyph Caching to VRAM */
#define NV_CTRL_GLYPH_CACHE 264 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GLYPH_CACHE_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GLYPH_CACHE_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PERFORMANCE_LEVEL reports the current
* Performance level of the GPU driving the X screen. Each
* Performance level has associated NVClock and Mem Clock values.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PERFORMANCE_LEVEL 265 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ADAPTIVE_CLOCK_STATE reports if Adaptive Clocking
* is Enabled on the GPU driving the X screen.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ADAPTIVE_CLOCK_STATE 266 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ADAPTIVE_CLOCK_STATE_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ADAPTIVE_CLOCK_STATE_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_OUTPUT_VIDEO_LOCKED - Returns whether or not the GVO output
* video is locked to the GPU.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OUTPUT_VIDEO_LOCKED 267 /* R--- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OUTPUT_VIDEO_LOCKED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_OUTPUT_VIDEO_LOCKED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_LOCK_STATUS - Returns whether or not the GVO device
* is locked to the input ref signal. If the sync mode is set to
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE_GENLOCK, then this returns the genlock
* sync status, and if the sync mode is set to NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_MODE_FRAMELOCK,
* then this reports the frame lock status.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_LOCK_STATUS 268 /* R--- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_LOCK_STATUS_UNLOCKED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_LOCK_STATUS_LOCKED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_TIME_CODE_GENERATION - Allows SDI device to generate
* time codes in the ANC region of the SDI video output stream.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_TIME_CODE_GENERATION 269 /* RW-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_TIME_CODE_GENERATION_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_TIME_CODE_GENERATION_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE - Enables/Disables SDI compositing. This attribute
* is only available when an SDI input source is detected and is in genlock
* mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE 270 /* RW-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_ALPHA_KEY - When compositing is enabled, this
* enables/disables alpha blending.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_ALPHA_KEY 271 /* RW-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_ALPHA_KEY_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_ALPHA_KEY_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_LUMA_KEY_RANGE - Set the values of a luma
* channel range. This is a packed int that has the following format
* (in order of high-bits to low bits):
*
* Range # (11 bits), (Enabled 1 bit), min value (10 bits), max value (10 bits)
*
* To query the current values, pass the range # throught the display_mask
* variable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_LUMA_KEY_RANGE 272 /* RW-- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_MAKE_RANGE(range, enable, min, max) \
((((min) & 0x3FF) << 0) | \
(((max) & 0x3FF) << 10) | \
(((enable) & 0x1) << 20) | \
(((range) & 0x7FF) << 21))
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_GET_RANGE(val, range, enable, min, max) \
(min) = ((val) >> 0) & 0x3FF; \
(max) = ((val) >> 10) & 0x3FF; \
(enable) = ((val) >> 20) & 0x1; \
(range) = ((val) >> 21) & 0x7FF;
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_CR_KEY_RANGE - Set the values of a CR
* channel range. This is a packed int that has the following format
* (in order of high-bits to low bits):
*
* Range # (11 bits), (Enabled 1 bit), min value (10 bits), max value (10 bits)
*
* To query the current values, pass the range # throught he display_mask
* variable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_CR_KEY_RANGE 273 /* RW-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_CB_KEY_RANGE - Set the values of a CB
* channel range. This is a packed int that has the following format
* (in order of high-bits to low bits):
*
* Range # (11 bits), (Enabled 1 bit), min value (10 bits), max value (10 bits)
*
* To query the current values, pass the range # throught he display_mask
* variable.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_CB_KEY_RANGE 274 /* RW-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_NUM_KEY_RANGES - Returns the number of ranges
* available for each channel (Y/Luma, Cr, and Cb.)
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_COMPOSITE_NUM_KEY_RANGES 275 /* R--- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_SWITCH_TO_DISPLAYS - Can be used to select which displays
* to switch to (as a hotkey event).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SWITCH_TO_DISPLAYS 276 /* -W- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_NOTEBOOK_DISPLAY_CHANGE_LID_EVENT - Event that notifies
* when a notebook lid change occurs (i.e. when the lid is opened or
* closed.) This attribute can be queried to retrieve the current
* notebook lid status (opened/closed.)
*/
#define NV_CTRL_NOTEBOOK_DISPLAY_CHANGE_LID_EVENT 277 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_NOTEBOOK_DISPLAY_CHANGE_LID_EVENT_CLOSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_NOTEBOOK_DISPLAY_CHANGE_LID_EVENT_OPEN 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_NOTEBOOK_INTERNAL_LCD - Returns the display device mask of
* the intenal LCD of a notebook.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_NOTEBOOK_INTERNAL_LCD 278 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_DEPTH_30_ALLOWED - returns whether the NVIDIA X driver supports
* depth 30 on the specified X screen or GPU.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DEPTH_30_ALLOWED 279 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_MODE_SET_EVENT This attribute is sent as an event
* when hotkey, ctrl-alt-+/- or randr event occurs. Note that
* This attribute cannot be set or queried and is meant to
* be received by clients that wish to be notified of when
* mode set events occur.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_MODE_SET_EVENT 280 /* --- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA_VALUE - the gamma value used by
* OpenGL when NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA is enabled
*/
#define NV_CTRL_OPENGL_AA_LINE_GAMMA_VALUE 281 /* RW-X */
/*
* NV_CTRL_VCSC_HIGH_PERF_MODE - Is used to both query High Performance Mode
* status on the Visual Computing System, and also to enable or disable High
* Performance Mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_VCSC_HIGH_PERF_MODE 282 /* RW-V */
#define NV_CTRL_VCSC_HIGH_PERF_MODE_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_VCSC_HIGH_PERF_MODE_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_DISPLAYPORT_LINK_RATE - returns the negotiated lane bandwidth of the
* DisplayPort main link.
* This attribute is only available for DisplayPort flat panels.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAYPORT_LINK_RATE 291 /* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAYPORT_LINK_RATE_DISABLED 0x0
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAYPORT_LINK_RATE_1_62GBPS 0x6
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAYPORT_LINK_RATE_2_70GBPS 0xA
/*
* NV_CTRL_STEREO_EYES_EXCHANGE - Controls whether or not the left and right
* eyes of a stereo image are flipped.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_EYES_EXCHANGE 292 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_EYES_EXCHANGE_OFF 0
#define NV_CTRL_STEREO_EYES_EXCHANGE_ON 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_NO_SCANOUT - returns whether the special "NoScanout" mode is
* enabled on the specified X screen or GPU; for details on this mode,
* see the description of the "none" value for the "UseDisplayDevice"
* X configuration option in the NVIDIA driver README.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_NO_SCANOUT 293 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_NO_SCANOUT_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_NO_SCANOUT_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_CSC_CHANGED_EVENT This attribute is sent as an event
* when the color space conversion matrix has been altered by another
* client.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_CSC_CHANGED_EVENT 294 /* --- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SLAVEABLE - Returns a bitmask of the display devices
* that are (currently) allowed to be selected as slave devices for the
* given GPU
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SLAVEABLE 295 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_TO_DISPLAY This attribute controls whether or not
* the non-SDI display device will be sync'ed to the SDI display device
* (when configured in TwinView, Clone Mode or when using the SDI device
* with OpenGL).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_TO_DISPLAY 296 /* --- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_TO_DISPLAY_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_SYNC_TO_DISPLAY_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_X_SERVER_UNIQUE_ID - returns a pseudo-unique identifier for this
* X server. Intended for use in cases where an NV-CONTROL client communicates
* with multiple X servers, and wants some level of confidence that two
* X Display connections correspond to the same or different X servers.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_X_SERVER_UNIQUE_ID 297 /* R--- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_PIXMAP_CACHE - This attribute controls whether the driver attempts to
* store video memory pixmaps in a cache. The cache speeds up allocation and
* deallocation of pixmaps, but could use more memory than when the cache is
* disabled.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PIXMAP_CACHE 298 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_PIXMAP_CACHE_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_PIXMAP_CACHE_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_PIXMAP_CACHE_ROUNDING_SIZE_KB - When the pixmap cache is enabled and
* there is not enough free space in the cache to fit a new pixmap, the driver
* will round up to the next multiple of this number of kilobytes when
* allocating more memory for the cache.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PIXMAP_CACHE_ROUNDING_SIZE_KB 299 /* RW-X */
/*
* NV_CTRL_IS_GVO_DISPLAY - returns whether or not a given display is an
* SDI device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_IS_GVO_DISPLAY 300 /* R-D */
#define NV_CTRL_IS_GVO_DISPLAY_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_IS_GVO_DISPLAY_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_PCI_ID - Returns the PCI vendor and device ID of the specified
* device.
*
* NV_CTRL_PCI_ID is a "packed" integer attribute; the PCI vendor ID is stored
* in the upper 16 bits of the integer, and the PCI device ID is stored in the
* lower 16 bits of the integer.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PCI_ID 301 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_FULL_RANGE_COLOR - Allow full range color data [4-1019]
* without clamping to [64-940].
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_FULL_RANGE_COLOR 302 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_FULL_RANGE_COLOR_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_FULL_RANGE_COLOR_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_SLI_MOSAIC_MODE_AVAILABLE - Returns whether or not
* SLI Mosaic Mode supported.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SLI_MOSAIC_MODE_AVAILABLE 303 /* R-- */
#define NV_CTRL_SLI_MOSAIC_MODE_AVAILABLE_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_SLI_MOSAIC_MODE_AVAILABLE_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_ENABLE_RGB_DATA - Allows clients to specify when
* the GVO board should process colors as RGB when the output data
* format is one of the NV_CTRL_GVO_DATA_FORMAT_???_PASSTRHU modes.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ENABLE_RGB_DATA 304 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ENABLE_RGB_DATA_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ENABLE_RGB_DATA_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SHARPENING_DEFAULT - Returns default value of
* Image Sharpening.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_IMAGE_SHARPENING_DEFAULT 305 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_PCI_DOMAIN - Returns the PCI domain number the specified device is
* using.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_PCI_DOMAIN 306 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_NUM_JACKS - Returns the number of input BNC jacks available
* on a GVI device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_NUM_JACKS 307 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_MAX_LINKS_PER_STREAM - Returns the maximum supported number of
* links that can be tied to one stream.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_MAX_LINKS_PER_STREAM 308 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_BITS_PER_COMPONENT - Returns the detected
* number of bits per component (BPC) of data on the given input jack+
* channel.
*
* The jack number should be specified in the lower 16 bits of the
* "display_mask" parameter, while the channel number should be specified in
* the upper 16 bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_BITS_PER_COMPONENT 309 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_BITS_PER_COMPONENT_UNKNOWN 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_BITS_PER_COMPONENT_8 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_BITS_PER_COMPONENT_10 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_BITS_PER_COMPONENT_12 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_BITS_PER_COMPONENT - Specify the number of
* bits per component (BPC) of data for the captured stream.
* The stream number should be specified in the "display_mask" parameter.
*
* Note: Setting this attribute may also result in the following
* NV-CONTROL attributes being reset on the GVI device (to ensure
* the configuration remains valid):
* NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_COMPONENT_SAMPLING
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_BITS_PER_COMPONENT 310 /* RW-I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_COMPONENT_SAMPLING - Returns the detected
* sampling format for the input jack+channel.
*
* The jack number should be specified in the lower 16 bits of the
* "display_mask" parameter, while the channel number should be specified in
* the upper 16 bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_COMPONENT_SAMPLING 311 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COMPONENT_SAMPLING_UNKNOWN 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COMPONENT_SAMPLING_4444 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COMPONENT_SAMPLING_4224 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COMPONENT_SAMPLING_444 3
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COMPONENT_SAMPLING_422 4
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COMPONENT_SAMPLING_420 5
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_COMPONENT_SAMPLING - Specify the sampling format for
* the captured stream.
* The possible values are the NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_COMPONENT_SAMPLING
* constants.
* The stream number should be specified in the "display_mask" parameter.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_COMPONENT_SAMPLING 312 /* RW-I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_CHROMA_EXPAND - Enable or disable 4:2:2 -> 4:4:4 chroma
* expansion for the captured stream. This value is ignored when a
* COMPONENT_SAMPLING format is selected that does not use chroma subsampling,
* or if a BITS_PER_COMPONENT value is selected that is not supported.
* The stream number should be specified in the "display_mask" parameter.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_REQUESTED_STREAM_CHROMA_EXPAND 313 /* RW-I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_CHROMA_EXPAND_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_CHROMA_EXPAND_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_COLOR_SPACE - Returns the detected color space
* of the input jack+channel.
*
* The jack number should be specified in the lower 16 bits of the
* "display_mask" parameter, while the channel number should be specified in
* the upper 16 bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_COLOR_SPACE 314 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_UNKNOWN 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_GBR 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_GBRA 2
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_GBRD 3
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_YCBCR 4
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_YCBCRA 5
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_COLOR_SPACE_YCBCRD 6
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_LINK_ID - Returns the detected link identifier
* for the given input jack+channel.
*
* The jack number should be specified in the lower 16 bits of the
* "display_mask" parameter, while the channel number should be specified in
* the upper 16 bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_LINK_ID 315 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_LINK_ID_UNKNOWN 0xFFFF
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_SMPTE352_IDENTIFIER - Returns the 4-byte
* SMPTE 352 identifier from the given input jack+channel.
*
* The jack number should be specified in the lower 16 bits of the
* "display_mask" parameter, while the channel number should be specified in
* the upper 16 bits.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_DETECTED_CHANNEL_SMPTE352_IDENTIFIER 316 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_GLOBAL_IDENTIFIER - Returns a global identifier for the
* GVI device. This identifier can be used to relate GVI devices named
* in NV-CONTROL with those enumerated in OpenGL.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_GLOBAL_IDENTIFIER 317 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_RESOLUTION - Returns the number of nanoseconds
* that one unit of NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY corresponds to.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_FRAMELOCK_SYNC_DELAY_RESOLUTION 318 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_COOLER_MANUAL_CONTROL - Query the current or set a new
* cooler control state; the value of this attribute controls the
* availability of additional cooler control attributes (see below).
*
* Note: this attribute is unavailable unless cooler control support
* has been enabled in the X server (by the user).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_COOLER_MANUAL_CONTROL 319 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_COOLER_MANUAL_CONTROL_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_COOLER_MANUAL_CONTROL_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_LEVEL - Returns cooler's current operating
* level.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_LEVEL 320 /* RW-C */
/* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_LEVEL_SET_DEFAULT - Sets default values of
* cooler.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_LEVEL_SET_DEFAULT 321 /* -W-C */
/*
* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_CONTROL_TYPE -
* Returns a cooler's control signal characteristics.
* The possible types are restricted, Variable and Toggle.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_CONTROL_TYPE 322 /* R--C */
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_CONTROL_TYPE_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_CONTROL_TYPE_TOGGLE 1
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_CONTROL_TYPE_VARIABLE 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET - Returns objects that cooler cools.
* Targets may be GPU, Memory, Power Supply or All of these.
* GPU_RELATED = GPU | MEMORY | POWER_SUPPLY
*
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET 323 /* R--C */
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_GPU 1
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_MEMORY 2
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_POWER_SUPPLY 4
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_GPU_RELATED \
(NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_GPU | \
NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_MEMORY | \
NV_CTRL_THERMAL_COOLER_TARGET_POWER_SUPPLY)
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_SUPPORTED - Reports whether ECC is supported by the
* targeted GPU.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_SUPPORTED 324 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_SUPPORTED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_SUPPORTED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_STATUS - Returns the current hardware ECC setting
* for the targeted GPU.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_STATUS 325 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_STATUS_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_STATUS_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION - Reports whether ECC can be configured
* dynamically for the GPU in question.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION_SUPPORTED 326 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION_SUPPORTED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION_SUPPORTED_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION_SETTING - Returns the current ECC
* configuration setting or specifies new settings. New settings do not
* take effect until the next POST.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION 327 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_CONFIGURATION_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_DEFAULT_CONFIGURATION_SETTING - Returns the default
* ECC configuration setting.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_DEFAULT_CONFIGURATION 328 /* R--G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_DEFAULT_CONFIGURATION_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_DEFAULT_CONFIGURATION_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_SINGLE_BIT_ERRORS - Returns the number of single-bit
* ECC errors detected by the targeted GPU since the last POST.
* Note: this attribute is a 64-bit integer attribute.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_SINGLE_BIT_ERRORS 329 /* R--GQ */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_DOUBLE_BIT_ERRORS - Returns the number of double-bit
* ECC errors detected by the targeted GPU since the last POST.
* Note: this attribute is a 64-bit integer attribute.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_DOUBLE_BIT_ERRORS 330 /* R--GQ */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_AGGREGATE_SINGLE_BIT_ERRORS - Returns the number of
* single-bit ECC errors detected by the targeted GPU since the
* last counter reset.
* Note: this attribute is a 64-bit integer attribute.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_AGGREGATE_SINGLE_BIT_ERRORS 331 /* R--GQ */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_AGGREGATE_DOUBLE_BIT_ERRORS - Returns the number of
* double-bit ECC errors detected by the targeted GPU since the
* last counter reset.
* Note: this attribute is a 64-bit integer attribute.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_AGGREGATE_DOUBLE_BIT_ERRORS 332 /* R--GQ */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_RESET_ERROR_STATUS - Resets the volatile/aggregate
* single-bit and double-bit error counters. This attribute is a
* bitmask attribute.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_RESET_ERROR_STATUS 333 /* -W-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_RESET_ERROR_STATUS_VOLATILE 0x00000001
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_ECC_RESET_ERROR_STATUS_AGGREGATE 0x00000002
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_MIZER_MODE - Provides a hint to the driver
* as to how to manage the performance of the GPU.
*
* ADAPTIVE - adjust GPU clocks based on GPU
* utilization
* PREFER_MAXIMUM_PERFORMANCE - raise GPU clocks to favor
* maximum performance, to the extent
* that thermal and other constraints
* allow
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_MIZER_MODE 334 /* RW-G */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_MIZER_MODE_ADAPTIVE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_POWER_MIZER_MODE_PREFER_MAXIMUM_PERFORMANCE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_SYNC_OUTPUT_FORMAT - Returns the output sync signal
* from the GVI device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_SYNC_OUTPUT_FORMAT 335 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_MAX_CHANNELS_PER_JACK - Returns the maximum
* supported number of (logical) channels within a single physical jack of
* a GVI device. For most SDI video formats, there is only one channel
* (channel 0). But for 3G video formats (as specified in SMPTE 425),
* as an example, there are two channels (channel 0 and channel 1) per
* physical jack.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_MAX_CHANNELS_PER_JACK 336 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_MAX_STREAMS - Returns the maximum number of streams
* that can be configured on the GVI device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_MAX_STREAMS 337 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_NUM_CAPTURE_SURFACES - The GVI interface exposed through
* NV-CONTROL and the GLX_NV_video_input extension uses internal capture
* surfaces when frames are read from the GVI device. The
* NV_CTRL_GVI_NUM_CAPTURE_SURFACES can be used to query and assign the
* number of capture surfaces. This attribute is applied when
* glXBindVideoCaptureDeviceNV() is called by the application.
*
* A lower number of capture surfaces will mean less video memory is used,
* but can result in frames being dropped if the application cannot keep up
* with the capture device. A higher number will prevent frames from being
* dropped, making capture more reliable but will consume move video memory.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_NUM_CAPTURE_SURFACES 338 /* RW-I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_OVERSCAN_COMPENSATION - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_OVERSCAN_COMPENSATION 339 /* RWDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_GENERATION - Reports the current PCIe generation.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_GENERATION 341 /* R--GI */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_GENERATION1 0x00000001
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_GENERATION2 0x00000002
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_GENERATION3 0x00000003
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_BOUND_GPU - Returns the NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU target_id of
* the GPU currently bound to the GVI device. Returns -1 if no GPU is
* currently bound to the GVI device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_BOUND_GPU 342 /* R--I */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT3 - this attribute is only
* intended to be used to query the ValidValues for
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT for VIDEO_FORMAT values between
* 64 and 95. See NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT for details.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_REQUESTED_VIDEO_FORMAT3 343 /* ---GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_ACCELERATE_TRAPEZOIDS - Toggles RENDER Trapezoid acceleration
*/
#define NV_CTRL_ACCELERATE_TRAPEZOIDS 344 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_ACCELERATE_TRAPEZOIDS_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_ACCELERATE_TRAPEZOIDS_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CORES - Returns number of GPU cores supported by the graphics
* pipeline.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CORES 345 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_MEMORY_BUS_WIDTH - Returns memory bus bandwidth on the associated
* subdevice.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_MEMORY_BUS_WIDTH 346 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVI_TEST_MODE - This attribute controls the GVI test mode. When
* enabled, the GVI device will generate fake data as quickly as possible. All
* GVI settings are still valid when this is enabled (e.g., the requested video
* format is honored and sets the video size).
* This may be used to test the pipeline.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_TEST_MODE 347 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_TEST_MODE_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVI_TEST_MODE_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_COLOR_SPACE - This option sets color space of the video
* signal.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_SPACE 348 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_SPACE_RGB 0
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_SPACE_YCbCr422 1
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_SPACE_YCbCr444 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_COLOR_RANGE - This option sets color range of the video
* signal.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_RANGE 349 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_RANGE_FULL 0
#define NV_CTRL_COLOR_RANGE_LIMITED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_DEFAULT_TARGET - not supported
*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_DEFAULT_METHOD - not supported
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_DEFAULT_TARGET 350 /* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_SCALING_DEFAULT_METHOD 351 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_DITHERING_MODE - Controls the dithering mode, when
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING is Enabled.
*
* AUTO: allow the driver to choose the dithering mode automatically.
*
* DYNAMIC_2X2: use a 2x2 matrix to dither from the GPU's pixel
* pipeline to the bit depth of the flat panel. The matrix values
* are changed from frame to frame.
*
* STATIC_2X2: use a 2x2 matrix to dither from the GPU's pixel
* pipeline to the bit depth of the flat panel. The matrix values
* do not change from frame to frame.
*
* TEMPORAL: use a pseudorandom value from a uniform distribution calculated at
* every pixel to achieve stochastic dithering. This method produces a better
* visual result than 2x2 matrix approaches.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_MODE 352 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_MODE_AUTO 0
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_MODE_DYNAMIC_2X2 1
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_MODE_STATIC_2X2 2
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_MODE_TEMPORAL 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING - Returns the current dithering state.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING 353 /* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_DISABLED 0
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_ENABLED 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_MODE - Returns the current dithering
* mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_MODE 354 /* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_MODE_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_MODE_DYNAMIC_2X2 1
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_MODE_STATIC_2X2 2
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_MODE_TEMPORAL 3
/*
* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_READING - Returns the thermal sensor's current
* reading.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_READING 355 /* R--S */
/*
* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER - Returns the hardware device that
* provides the thermal sensor.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER 356 /* R--S */
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_GPU_INTERNAL 1
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_ADM1032 2
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_ADT7461 3
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_MAX6649 4
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_MAX1617 5
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_LM99 6
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_LM89 7
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_LM64 8
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_G781 9
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_ADT7473 10
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_SBMAX6649 11
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_VBIOSEVT 12
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_OS 13
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_PROVIDER_UNKNOWN 0xFFFFFFFF
/*
* NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET - Returns what hardware component
* the thermal sensor is measuring.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET 357 /* R--S */
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET_GPU 1
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET_MEMORY 2
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET_POWER_SUPPLY 4
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET_BOARD 8
#define NV_CTRL_THERMAL_SENSOR_TARGET_UNKNOWN 0xFFFFFFFF
/*
* NV_CTRL_SHOW_MULTIGPU_VISUAL_INDICATOR - when TRUE, OpenGL will
* draw information about the current MULTIGPU mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_MULTIGPU_VISUAL_INDICATOR 358 /* RW-X */
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_MULTIGPU_VISUAL_INDICATOR_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_SHOW_MULTIGPU_VISUAL_INDICATOR_TRUE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PROCESSOR_CLOCK_FREQS - Returns GPU's processor
* clock freqs.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_CURRENT_PROCESSOR_CLOCK_FREQS 359 /* RW-G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS - query the flags (various information
* for the specified NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_*. So that this can be
* queried with existing interfaces, the video format should be specified
* in the display_mask field; eg:
*
* XNVCTRLQueryTargetAttribute(dpy,
* NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GVI,
* gvi,
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_720P_60_00_SMPTE296,
* NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS,
* &flags);
*
* Note: The NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G_1080P_NO_12BPC flag is set
* for those 1080P 3G modes (level A and B) that do not support
* 12 bits per component (when configuring a GVI stream.)
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS 360 /* R--I */
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_NONE 0x00000000
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_INTERLACED 0x00000001
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_PROGRESSIVE 0x00000002
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_PSF 0x00000004
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G_LEVEL_A 0x00000008
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G_LEVEL_B 0x00000010
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G \
((NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G_LEVEL_A) | \
(NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G_LEVEL_B))
#define NV_CTRL_GVIO_VIDEO_FORMAT_FLAGS_3G_1080P_NO_12BPC 0x00000020
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_MAX_LINK_SPEED - returns maximum PCIe link speed,
* in gigatransfers per second (GT/s).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_MAX_LINK_SPEED 361 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_RESET_TRANSCEIVER_TO_FACTORY_SETTINGS - Resets the
* 3D Vision Pro transceiver to its factory settings.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_RESET_TRANSCEIVER_TO_FACTORY_SETTINGS 363 /* -W-T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL - Controls the channel that is
* currently used by the 3D Vision Pro transceiver.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL 364 /* RW-T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE - Controls the mode in which the
* 3D Vision Pro transceiver operates.
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TM_LOW_RANGE is bidirectional
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TM_MEDIUM_RANGE is bidirectional
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TM_HIGH_RANGE may be bidirectional just up to a
* given range, and unidirectional beyond it
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TM_COUNT is the total number of
* 3D Vision Pro transceiver modes
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE 365 /* RW-T */
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE_INVALID 0
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE_LOW_RANGE 1
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE_MEDIUM_RANGE 2
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE_HIGH_RANGE 3
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_MODE_COUNT 4
/*
* NV_CTRL_SYNCHRONOUS_PALETTE_UPDATES - controls whether updates to the color
* lookup table (LUT) are synchronous with respect to X rendering. For example,
* if an X client sends XStoreColors followed by XFillRectangle, the driver will
* guarantee that the FillRectangle request is not processed until after the
* updated LUT colors are actually visible on the screen if
* NV_CTRL_SYNCHRONOUS_PALETTE_UPDATES is enabled. Otherwise, the rendering may
* occur first.
*
* This makes a difference for applications that use the LUT to animate, such as
* XPilot. If you experience flickering in applications that use LUT
* animations, try enabling this attribute.
*
* When synchronous updates are enabled, XStoreColors requests will be processed
* at your screen's refresh rate.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_SYNCHRONOUS_PALETTE_UPDATES 367 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_SYNCHRONOUS_PALETTE_UPDATES_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_SYNCHRONOUS_PALETTE_UPDATES_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_DITHERING_DEPTH - Controls the dithering depth when
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING is ENABLED. Some displays connected
* to the GPU via the DVI or LVDS interfaces cannot display the
* full color range of ten bits per channel, so the GPU will
* dither to either 6 or 8 bits per channel.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_DEPTH 368 /* RWDG */
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_DEPTH_AUTO 0
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_DEPTH_6_BITS 1
#define NV_CTRL_DITHERING_DEPTH_8_BITS 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_DEPTH - Returns the current dithering
* depth value.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_DEPTH 369 /* R-DG */
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_DEPTH_NONE 0
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_DEPTH_6_BITS 1
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_DITHERING_DEPTH_8_BITS 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL_FREQUENCY - Returns the
* frequency of the channel(in kHz) of the 3D Vision Pro transceiver.
* Use the display_mask parameter to specify the channel number.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL_FREQUENCY 370 /* R--T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL_QUALITY - Returns the
* quality of the channel(in percentage) of the 3D Vision Pro transceiver.
* Use the display_mask parameter to specify the channel number.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL_QUALITY 371 /* R--T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL_COUNT - Returns the number of
* channels on the 3D Vision Pro transceiver.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_TRANSCEIVER_CHANNEL_COUNT 372 /* R--T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES - Puts the 3D Vision Pro
* transceiver into pairing mode to gather additional glasses.
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES_STOP - stops any pairing
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES_BEACON - starts continuous
* pairing via beacon mode
* Any other value, N - Puts the 3D Vision Pro transceiver into
* authenticated pairing mode for N seconds.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES 373 /* -W-T */
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES_STOP 0
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES_BEACON 0xFFFFFFFF
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_UNPAIR_GLASSES - Tells a specific pair
* of glasses to unpair. The glasses will "forget" the address
* of the 3D Vision Pro transceiver to which they have been paired.
* To unpair all the currently paired glasses, specify
* the glasses id as 0.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_UNPAIR_GLASSES 374 /* -W-T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_DISCOVER_GLASSES - Tells the 3D Vision Pro
* transceiver about the glasses that have been paired using
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_PAIR_GLASSES_BEACON. Unless this is done,
* the 3D Vision Pro transceiver will not know about glasses paired in
* beacon mode.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_DISCOVER_GLASSES 375 /* -W-T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_IDENTIFY_GLASSES - Causes glasses LEDs to
* flash for a short period of time.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_IDENTIFY_GLASSES 376 /* -W-T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_SYNC_CYCLE - Controls the
* sync cycle duration(in milliseconds) of the glasses.
* Use the display_mask parameter to specify the glasses id.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_SYNC_CYCLE 378 /* RW-T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_MISSED_SYNC_CYCLES - Returns the
* number of state sync cycles recently missed by the glasses.
* Use the display_mask parameter to specify the glasses id.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_MISSED_SYNC_CYCLES 379 /* R--T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_BATTERY_LEVEL - Returns the
* battery level(in percentage) of the glasses.
* Use the display_mask parameter to specify the glasses id.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_BATTERY_LEVEL 380 /* R--T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_PARITY_COMPUTATION - Controls the SDI device's computation
* of the parity bit (bit 8) for ANC data words.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_PARITY_COMPUTATION 381 /* RW--- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_PARITY_COMPUTATION_AUTO 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_PARITY_COMPUTATION_ON 1
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_ANC_PARITY_COMPUTATION_OFF 2
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_PAIR_EVENT - This attribute is sent
* as an event when glasses get paired in response to pair command
* from any of the clients.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_PAIR_EVENT 382 /* ---T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_UNPAIR_EVENT - This attribute is sent
* as an event when glasses get unpaired in response to unpair command
* from any of the clients.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_3D_VISION_PRO_GLASSES_UNPAIR_EVENT 383 /* ---T */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_CURRENT_LINK_WIDTH - returns the current
* PCIe link width, in number of lanes.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_CURRENT_LINK_WIDTH 384 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_CURRENT_LINK_SPEED - returns the current
* PCIe link speed, in megatransfers per second (GT/s).
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GPU_PCIE_CURRENT_LINK_SPEED 385 /* R--GI */
/*
* NV_CTRL_GVO_AUDIO_BLANKING - specifies whether the GVO device should delete
* audio ancillary data packets when frames are repeated.
*
* When a new frame is not ready in time, the current frame, including all
* ancillary data packets, is repeated. When this data includes audio packets,
* this can result in stutters or clicks. When this option is enabled, the GVO
* device will detect when frames are repeated, identify audio ancillary data
* packets, and mark them for deletion.
*
* This option is applied when the GVO device is bound.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_AUDIO_BLANKING 386 /* RW- */
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_AUDIO_BLANKING_DISABLE 0
#define NV_CTRL_GVO_AUDIO_BLANKING_ENABLE 1
/*
* NV_CTRL_CURRENT_METAMODE_ID - switch modes to the MetaMode with
* the specified ID.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_CURRENT_METAMODE_ID 387 /* RW- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_DISPLAY_ENABLED - Returns whether or not the display device
* is currently enabled.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAY_ENABLED 388 /* R-D */
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAY_ENABLED_TRUE 1
#define NV_CTRL_DISPLAY_ENABLED_FALSE 0
#define NV_CTRL_LAST_ATTRIBUTE NV_CTRL_DISPLAY_ENABLED
/**************************************************************************/
/*
* String Attributes:
*
* String attributes can be queryied through the XNVCTRLQueryStringAttribute()
* and XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute() function calls.
*
* String attributes can be set through the XNVCTRLSetStringAttribute()
* function call. (There are currently no string attributes that can be
* set on non-X Screen targets.)
*
* Unless otherwise noted, all string attributes can be queried/set using an
* NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target. Attributes that cannot take an
* NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target also cannot be queried/set through
* XNVCTRLQueryStringAttribute()/XNVCTRLSetStringAttribute() (Since
* these assume an X Screen target).
*/
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_PRODUCT_NAME - the GPU product name on which the
* specified X screen is running.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_PRODUCT_NAME 0 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VBIOS_VERSION - the video bios version on the GPU on
* which the specified X screen is running.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VBIOS_VERSION 1 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_NVIDIA_DRIVER_VERSION - string representation of the
* NVIDIA driver version number for the NVIDIA X driver in use.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_NVIDIA_DRIVER_VERSION 3 /* R--G */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_DISPLAY_DEVICE_NAME - name of the display device
* specified in the display_mask argument.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_DISPLAY_DEVICE_NAME 4 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_TV_ENCODER_NAME - name of the TV encoder used by the
* specified display device; only valid if the display device is a TV.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_TV_ENCODER_NAME 5 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_GVIO_FIRMWARE_VERSION - indicates the version of the
* Firmware on the GVIO device.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_GVIO_FIRMWARE_VERSION 8 /* R--I */
/*
* The following is deprecated; use NV_CTRL_STRING_GVIO_FIRMWARE_VERSION,
* instead
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_GVO_FIRMWARE_VERSION 8 /* R-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_CURRENT_MODELINE - Return the ModeLine currently
* being used by the specified display device.
*
* This attribute may be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using an NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_GPU or NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_X_SCREEN target.
*
* The ModeLine string may be prepended with a comma-separated list of
* "token=value" pairs, separated from the ModeLine string by "::".
* This "token=value" syntax is the same as that used in
* NV_CTRL_BINARY_DATA_MODELINES
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_CURRENT_MODELINE 9 /* R-DG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_ADD_MODELINE - Adds a ModeLine to the specified
* display device. The ModeLine is not added if validation fails.
*
* The ModeLine string should have the same syntax as a ModeLine in
* the X configuration file; e.g.,
*
* "1600x1200" 229.5 1600 1664 1856 2160 1200 1201 1204 1250 +HSync +VSync
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_ADD_MODELINE 10 /* -WDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_DELETE_MODELINE - Deletes an existing ModeLine
* from the specified display device. The currently selected
* ModeLine cannot be deleted. (This also means you cannot delete
* the last ModeLine.)
*
* The ModeLine string should have the same syntax as a ModeLine in
* the X configuration file; e.g.,
*
* "1600x1200" 229.5 1600 1664 1856 2160 1200 1201 1204 1250 +HSync +VSync
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_DELETE_MODELINE 11 /* -WDG */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_CURRENT_METAMODE - Returns the metamode currently
* being used by the specified X screen. The MetaMode string has the
* same syntax as the MetaMode X configuration option, as documented
* in the NVIDIA driver README.
*
* The returned string may be prepended with a comma-separated list of
* "token=value" pairs, separated from the MetaMode string by "::".
* This "token=value" syntax is the same as that used in
* NV_CTRL_BINARY_DATA_METAMODES.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_CURRENT_METAMODE 12 /* RW-- */
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_CURRENT_METAMODE_VERSION_1 \
NV_CTRL_STRING_CURRENT_METAMODE
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_ADD_METAMODE - Adds a MetaMode to the specified
* X Screen.
*
* It is recommended to not use this attribute, but instead use
* NV_CTRL_STRING_OPERATION_ADD_METAMODE.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_ADD_METAMODE 13 /* -W-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_DELETE_METAMODE - Deletes an existing MetaMode from
* the specified X Screen. The currently selected MetaMode cannot be
* deleted. (This also means you cannot delete the last MetaMode).
* The MetaMode string should have the same syntax as the MetaMode X
* configuration option, as documented in the NVIDIA driver README.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_DELETE_METAMODE 14 /* -WD-- */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_PRODUCT_NAME - Querys the product name of the
* VCSC device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_PRODUCT_NAME 15 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_PRODUCT_ID - Querys the product ID of the VCSC device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_PRODUCT_ID 16 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_SERIAL_NUMBER - Querys the unique serial number
* of the VCS device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_SERIAL_NUMBER 17 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_BUILD_DATE - Querys the date of the VCS device.
* the returned string is in the following format: "Week.Year"
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_BUILD_DATE 18 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_FIRMWARE_VERSION - Querys the firmware version
* of the VCS device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_FIRMWARE_VERSION 19 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_FIRMWARE_REVISION - Querys the firmware revision
* of the VCS device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCS target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_FIRMWARE_REVISION 20 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_HARDWARE_VERSION - Querys the hardware version
* of the VCS device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_HARDWARE_VERSION 21 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_HARDWARE_REVISION - Querys the hardware revision
* of the VCS device.
*
* This attribute must be queried through XNVCTRLQueryTargetStringAttribute()
* using a NV_CTRL_TARGET_TYPE_VCSC target.
*/
#define NV_CTRL_STRING_VCSC_HARDWARE_REVISION 22 /* R---V */
/*
* NV_CTRL_STRING_MOVE_METAMODE - Moves a MetaMode to the specified
* index location. The MetaMode must already exist in the X Screen's
* list of MetaModes (as returned by the NV_CTRL_BINARY_DATA_METAMODES
* attribute). If the index is larger than the number of MetaModes in
* the list, the MetaMode is moved to the end of the list. The
* MetaMode string should have the same syntax as the MetaMode X
* configuration option, as documented in the NVIDIA driver README.
* The MetaMode string must be prepended with a comma-separated list
* of "token=value" pairs, separated from the MetaMode string by "::".
* Currently, the only valid token is "index", which indicates where
* in the MetaMode list the MetaMode should be moved to.
*
* Other tokens may be added in the future.