Article ID: 000058671 Content Type: Troubleshooting Last Reviewed: 08/06/2021

Quantization Range Option Is Not Visible in the Intel® Graphics Control Panel or Intel® Graphics Command Center

Environment

Intel® Graphics Command Center or Intel® Graphics Control Panel

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Summary

Describes expected behavior of the Quantization Range option found on the Intel® Graphics Control Panel and the Intel® Graphics Command Center depends on the video connection type.

Description

Intel® Graphics Command Center or Intel® Graphics Control Panel not displaying the setting Quantization Range.

Resolution

This is expected behavior. With the most recent drivers (xx.xx.100.xxxx and newer), the Quantization Range option will only be visible if the video output on your computer is native HDMI. Using a DisplayPort (DP) video output or adapters such as DP-to-HDMI or USB Type-C to-HDMI will cause the option to disappear.

If you are unable to resolve this issue, try:

Intel® Graphics Command Center

  1. Open the Intel® Graphics Command Center.
  2. Click Video.
  3. Under Input Range, select Full Range.

Quantization Range option for the Intel Graphics Control Panel
Figure 1: The Input Range option found in the Intel® Graphics Command Center.

Intel® Graphics Control Panel

  1. Open the Intel® Graphics Control Panel.
  2. Click Video.
  3. Click Color Enhancement.
  4. Under Input Rangeclick Use Driver Settings.
  5. Select Full Range.
  6. Click Apply.

Input range
Figure 2. The Input Range option found in the Intel® Graphics Control Panel.

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