Nvidia Tegra X1 (L4T) is set by default to full range RGB (0-255) or limited RGB (16-235)?

Nvidia Tegra X1 (L4T) used with Linux (Ubuntu 18.04 LTS) is set by default to full range RGB (0-255) or limited range RGB (16-235)? I found that is set to limited Range, how can I modify default to full range RGB, I found nvidia control panel allows to set it in Windows, but for Linux there is an option with nvidia-settings. However, Tegra X1 doesn’t allow me to use nvidia-settings.

I found that Nvidia is set to limited here: Jetson Nano Graphics Display Grayscale Resolution

Your topic was posted in the wrong category. I am moving this to the Jetson TX1 category for visibility.

On TX1, we support only limited RGB(16-235). Please note this.

Hi Dane, thank you for your response. Where could I find documentation in regards this subject? Is there any way I could change TX1 to full range?

It is not supported on TX1(and Jetson Nano) but later TX2, Xavier, Orin.

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