Originally Posted by MARX8
I have a Panasonic G20 with IR (hopefully) that I want to remove. I play alot videogames but I don't have a static image as long as I watch a movie (with black bars on top and bottom) but I don't get anything from that. It's only from the huds in videogames. What is the best way to remove it? I can't use the "white snow", because it lights down after a while, so I was woundering if I make a 1920x1080 white background image to fix it or is there any better options? I am rally tired when I wrothe this...
The white scrolling bar is more of a diagnostic tool than an anti-image retention tool - it's basically a placebo and doesn't really work very well.
The ONLY thing that i've ever heard of removing IR is the snowy pattern on the Pixel Protector DVD according to several positive reviews on Amazon from Samsung owners and also a few guys here on AVS. Several of em reported that it eventually washed their IR away. It's also apparently available on Blu-Ray now. Check the DVD's reviews on Amazon, and search AVS for Pixel Protector.
Another possible option would be to play an animated Pixar BD for several hours and see if that does the trick.