Originally Posted by Tempest261
All I'm asking for is a technical explanation as to how NOT "aging all pixels equally with the same content" would be any different from burn-in.
Burn-in is caused by having the exact same content on the screen for days, if not weeks.
IR is caused by have the same content on the screen for x amount of time where x is dependent on the panel design itself. The time could be 5 minutes or 5 hours. The total number of hours the panel has been used is irrelevant as IR can happen at 0 hours or 10,000 hours of use.
Panel prep is to design to prepare your display for use with my settings by ensuring your display uses exactly the same settings and content I used on the display I had to create the settings. "Exactly the same settings and content" is explicitly
important so that the level of variation between your display and the display I used to created the settings are at exactly the same level they were at when they left the factory post 100 hours. Full screen color slides that stay on the screen for no more than 30 seconds were chosen for their simplicity, my OCD for wanting each sub pixel to "see" the same content and to allow the end user to check for defects like dead pixels. Nothing more! Hypothetically, the content could have been a BD movie put in a continuous loop but since everyone does not own a BD player and/or the BD movie I could have chosen to use, it's not the ideal content to use for the procedure.
You have your answer and at this point have pissed me off. I do not like individuals like yourself who are unwilling to respect
my wishes when I state I do not want to do something that is the opposite of what you want. Please do not insult me any further by apologizing. It's done and over. Move on.