gvidm is a GTK app to quickly and easily change video resolutions in X.
Version: 0.8gvidm is a GTK app to quickly and easily change video resolutions in X.
Operating System: Linux
GVidChanger-minimal (gvidm) is a GTK app to quickly and easily change video resolutions in X. Running it will pop up a list of available modes; upon choosing a mode or cancelling, it exits. If you are running dual or multi-head displays, it will give you a list of screens so you can select the appropriate one.
You can also specify on the command line a mode to switch to immediately, or a list of modes to choose from. It supports both XVidMode(for "zooming") and XRandR (for changing the screen size as well as the resolution.)
· GTK 1.2 or 2.x
· an X server supporting the XVidMode and/or XRandR extensions.
What's New in This Release:
· Add support for GTK 2.0.
· The default is to build for GTK 2.0 if it is present, specify configure --with-gtk1 if you want to force building with GTK 1.x.
· Fix build when xf86Parser.h isn't present. (Though interlaced or doublescan modes may show wrong refresh rates then.)
· Fix showing incorrect refresh rates for interlaced modes.