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Appendix B: HDMI Display Modes

You can use the values in Table B-1 and Table B-2 with the hdmi_mode option in config.txt to alter the HDMI video output stream. For more information, see Chapter 6, “Configuring the Raspberry Pi”.

Table B-1 HDMI Group 1 (CEA)

Value

Description

1

VGA (640x480)

2

480p 60Hz

3

480p 60Hz (16:9 aspect ratio)

4

720p 60Hz

5

1080i 60Hz

6

480i 60Hz

7

480i 60Hz (16:9 aspect ratio)

8

240p 60Hz

9

240p 60Hz (16:9 aspect ratio)

10

480i 60Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled)

11

480i 60Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled) (16:9 aspect ratio)

12

240p 60Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled)

13

240p 60Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled) (16:9 aspect ratio)

14

480p 60Hz (Pixel doubling enabled)

15

480p 60Hz (Pixel doubling enabled) (16:9 aspect ratio)

16

1080p 60Hz

17

576p 50Hz

18

576p 50Hz (16:9 aspect ratio)

19

720p 50Hz

20

1080i 50Hz

21

576i 50Hz

22

576i 50Hz (16:9 aspect ratio)

23

288p 50Hz

24

288p 50Hz (16:9 aspect ratio)

25

576i 50Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled)

26

576i 50Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled) (16:9 aspect ratio)

27

288p 50Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled)

28

288p 50Hz (Pixel quadrupling enabled) (16:9 aspect ratio)

29

576p 50Hz (Pixel doubling enabled)

30

576p 50Hz (Pixel doubling enabled) (16:9 aspect ratio)

31

1080p 50Hz

32

1080p 24Hz

33

1080p 25Hz

34

1080p 30Hz

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