On systems with Genlock and Amba, the Graphics drivers provide a software based EDID emulation. This allows the computer to read connected displays and retain them even after the display has been unplugged.

To enable EDID emulation go to the advanced AMD control centre by right click on the computer’s desktop and selecting AMD Firepro Advanced.

Select EDID Emulation from the left side menu.

Tick the displays to manage from the list and click Manage EDID

The EDID can be learned from one display and applied to others, or or retrieved from a file saved on the machine.

Note: In order to genlock outputs they must have the same EDID. EDID emulation is the best way to guarantee this. Learn the EDID from one display to be Genlocked and save it to the others.

EDID Emulation will continue to work if the system has been restarted.


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