Burn in on IPS display

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  • #21225
    fierman
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    Using recent 0.81 firmware, I get almost instant burn in on my ips monitor. A display with a steady horizontal scroller white-on-black for instance will leave a flickering burn-in after 15 minutes or so.
    Any ways to prevent this?

    #21226
    fierman
    Participant

    I definitely have the feeling the new scanline method attributes to the problem btw.

    #21227
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    What source and what scanline settings are you using?

    #21228
    fierman
    Participant

    Source is a Commodore 64 (300Ohm resistors on chroma/luma) through a Sony YR3000 rgbs transcoder. Signal levels seem to be ok.
    Scanline: auto, Scanline str. 50%. The rest default.

    #21231
    Galdelico
    Participant

    Just to be clear: was the same situation not affecting your display with the previous firmware?

    #21232
    fierman
    Participant

    Not with this severity, no.

    #21235
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Hmm, I can’t see any reason why different scanlines would make the problem worse. If your scanline settings are default apart from 50% then the scanline engine is no different from the old firmware anyway.

    #21236
    Galdelico
    Participant

    Not with this severity, no.

    That’s quite odd, then. IPS screens not dealing nicely with stationary, heavy flickering graphics is a known issue since a while, now. I’m not sure what’s going on with your setup, but I’ll check it out on mine, tomorrow, just to see if I can spot anything different from before (even though I don’t expect so, as I use a TN monitor, as my OSSC display).

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