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diff --git a/edid-decode.1 b/edid-decode.1
index 5bb69d1..f298e95 100644
--- a/edid-decode.1
+++ b/edid-decode.1
@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ DisplayID 1.3: VESA Display Identification Data (DisplayID) Standard, Version 1.
.TP
DisplayID 2.0: VESA DisplayID Standard, Version 2.0
.TP
-DisplayID 2.0: VESA DisplayID v2.0 Errata E8
+DisplayID 2.0: VESA DisplayID v2.0 Errata E9
.TP
DI-EXT: VESA Display Information Extension Block Standard, Release A
.TP
@@ -146,9 +146,11 @@ The following related standards are also used by edid-decode:
.TP
DMT 1.3: VESA and Industry Standards and Guidelines for Computer Display Monitor Timing (DMT), Version 1.0, Rev. 13
.TP
+CVT 2.0: VESA Coordinated Video Timings (CVT) Standard, Version 2.0
+.TP
CVT 1.2: VESA Coordinated Video Timings (CVT) Standard, Version 1.2
.TP
-CVT 1.2: VESA CVT v1.2 Errata E1
+CVT 1.2: VESA CVT v1.2 Errata E2
.TP
GTF 1.1: VESA Generalized Timing Formula Standard, Version: 1.1
.RE
@@ -179,17 +181,25 @@ reported at the end.
Check if the EDID conforms to the standards. Warnings and failures are
reported as they happen.
.TP
-\fB\-n\fR, \fB\-\-native\-timings\fR
-Report the native timings at the end. There may be multiple native timing reports
+\fB\-n\fR, \fB\-\-native\-resolution\fR
+Report the native resolution at the end. There may be multiple native resolution reports
depending on whether the Source only parses Block 0 (e.g. DVI outputs) or Block 0
-and the CTA-861 Extension Blocks (HDMI).
+and the CTA-861 Extension Blocks (HDMI), or just the DisplayID Extension Blocks
+(typical for DisplayPort). If all blocks contain the same native resolution, then
+only that resolution is reported. For older displays there may be two separate native
+resolutions: progressive and interlaced.
.TP
\fB\-p\fR, \fB\-\-preferred\-timings\fR
-Report the preferred timings at the end. There may be multiple native timing reports
+Report the preferred timings at the end. There may be multiple preferred timing reports
depending on whether the Source only parses Block 0 (e.g. DVI outputs), or Block 0
and the CTA-861 Extension Blocks (HDMI), or Block 0 and the DisplayID Extension Blocks
(typical for DisplayPort).
.TP
+\fB\-\-diagonal\fR \fI<inches>\fR
+Specify the diagonal of the display in inches. This will enable additional checks
+for the image size, checking if it corresponds to the diagonal. This assumes
+square pixels.
+.TP
\fB\-P\fR, \fB\-\-physical\-address\fR
Just report the HDMI Source Physical Address and nothing else. Reports f.f.f.f
if the EDID could not be parsed, or if there was no CTA-861 Vendor-Specific Data Block
@@ -203,6 +213,11 @@ Report all video timings in a short format.
\fB\-L\fR, \fB\-\-long\-timings\fR
Report all video timings in a long format.
.TP
+\fB\-N\fR, \fB\-\-ntsc\fR
+Report the video timings with values suitable for NTSC-based video.
+E.g., this will show refresh rates of 29.97 Hz instead of 30 Hz.
+This is only done for timings with refresh rates that are a multiple of 6.
+.TP
\fB\-X\fR, \fB\-\-xmodeline\fR
Report all long video timings in the ModeLine format as defined in xorg.conf(5).
This ModeLine can be used in the xorg.conf file or passed to xrandr(1) with the
@@ -256,7 +271,7 @@ Show the timings for this VIC.
Show the timings for this HDMI VIC.
.TP
\fB\-\-cvt\fR \fBw\fR=\fI<width>\fR,\fBh\fR=\fI<height>\fR,\fBfps\fR=\fI<fps>\fR[,\fBrb\fR=\fI<rb>\fR][,\fBinterlaced\fR][,\fBoverscan\fR]
-[,\fBalt\fR][,\fBhblank\fR=\fI<hblank>\fR][,\fBadd\-vblank\fR=\fI<add\-vblank>\fR]
+[,\fBalt\fR][,\fBhblank\fR=\fI<hblank>\fR][,\fBvblank\fR=\fI<vblank>\fR][,\fBearly\-vsync\fR]
.br
Calculate the CVT timings for the given format.
@@ -279,9 +294,11 @@ is 160 instead of 80 pixels.
If \fBhblank\fR is given and \fI<rb>\fR=3, then the horizontal blanking
is \fI<hblank>\fR pixels (range of 80-200 and divisible by 8), overriding \fBalt\fR.
.br
-If \fBadd\-vblank\fR is given and \fI<rb>\fR=3, then \fI<add\-vblank>\fR microseconds are
-added to the minimum vertical blank time of 460 microseconds as long as the total blank
-time does not exceed 25% of the frame time.
+If \fBvblank\fR is given and \fI<rb>\fR=3, then the vertical blanking time
+is \fI<vblank>\fR microseconds (460 minimum, values > 705 might not be supported by
+all RBv3 timings compliant source devices.
+.br
+If \fBearly\-vsync\fR is given and \fI<rb>\fR=3, then select an early vsync timing.
.TP
\fB\-\-gtf\fR \fBw\fR=\fI<width>\fR,\fBh\fR=\fI<height>\fR[,\fBfps\fR=\fI<fps>\fR][,\fBhorfreq\fR=\fI<horfreq>\fR][,\fBpixclk\fR=\fI<pixclk>\fR]
[,\fBinterlaced\fR][,\fBoverscan\fR][,\fBsecondary\fR][,\fBC\fR=\fI<c>\fR][,\fBM\fR=\fI<m>\fR][,\fBK\fR=\fI<k>\fR][,\fBJ\fR=\fI<j>\fR]

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