With a rooted Chromecast it should be possible when someone optimizes the resolution selection during HDMI handshake - how well it would work with casting is a another question. (I intend to try this as I'm running the Chromecast on a 1366x768 display).Does Chromecast support exotic resolutions like the 2560x1080p for 21:9 screens or 4K? Which HDMI-Version is used in Chromecast?
Pretty sure it's HDMI 1.3 or 1.4Does Chromecast support exotic resolutions like the 2560x1080p for 21:9 screens or 4K? Which HDMI-Version is used in Chromecast?
I once went looking and couldn't find any specs published. Maybe someone else will have better luck.The maker of the SoC is known, there should be technical specs on their site. I think the SoC is several years old and was developed as a FullHD multimedia device, and nothing more.
Apparently it displays everything at 1080P being it's highest Res, But can display 4K content as they have software that renders 4K content @ 1080P.I once went looking and couldn't find any specs published. Maybe someone else will have better luck.
It's a Marvell Armada 1500-mini
Depends on the monitor. Chromecast sends out a video signal on HDMI, not a computer signal, so unless the monitor accepts 1280x720 or 1920x1080 it probably won't work and you'll need a device to convert it. You could use a HDfury Nano GX or similar, but that would cost more than the Chromecast itself and closer to a new 1080p monitor.How could you connect chromecast to 1366x768 resolution monitor?
This forum is Chromecast 2012, the original model.Could you please answer which HDMI version Chromecast Ultra has? I have not found any information that there is exactly HDMI 2.0. And 4K 30 FPS is supported with HDMI 1.4.