[meta-freescale] Tiled displays (multiple lcds) on i.mx6

Daiane Angolini daiane.list at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 11:19:19 PST 2014

On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 10:28 AM, Ashwin Kirpalani <akcooper8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to drive a tiled display (2x1 LCD, 2x1 LVDS or 2x2 (2 LCDs + 2
> LVDS)) with the same time on the i.mx6 quad. The screens will be the same
> size (nominal 4.3" each). The analogy to this is a dual monitor (or more) in
> linux.
> The difference is that if I'm playing a movie (or running an app), I want to
> be able to display one quarter of the movie (or app) in each of the four
> displays (for the 2x2 case). Is this possible in yocto on the i.mx6?
In order to know if imx6 is capable of handle this, please, see imx6
Reference Manual.

For spliting your screen, during a playback, you can use mfw_isink.
You can see how to configure it on
Multimedia Packages User Guide (it's inside MM doc bundle you download
in freescale/imx site)

> This link talks about how to configure the XF86Config file for a 3x3 tiled
> display in linux.
> http://infovis.cs.vt.edu/gigapixel/HowToBuildCheap.html
> I am looking for something similar with the i.mx6. Can I use the xorg.conf
> file to do something similar?
> Thanks
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