Originally Posted by blowabs
So good thing i did only 100 at medium speed...i guess it was like doing 200 hrs. at the fast speed???!!!!
Sorry it was a .txt file not a PDF that was included with the slides, anyway here is the info:
i. Each file is an image of a solid color that conforms to what
is known as the "web safe palette" of colors. This does not mean
that a plasma TV is limited to displaying only these colors.
The images seek to ensure a smooth transition between various
combinations of colors, hues, and saturation's that cover the
entire "web safe" color gamut. Your plasma TV may be capable of
displaying colors that fall outside the range of the colors
contained in these break-in images.
The selection of colors and their order arrangement is intended
to ensure that no pixel is ever required to make a power
adjustment of more than 20% (either increase or decrease) per
In addition, no pixel is ever required to be 100% "on" or 100%
"off" for more than 11 slides in a row, provided that they are
displayed in the file name order provided.
6. HOW TO USE
i. Plasma TVs often have the potential for "burn-in",
especially during the first 200 hours of use. Some people
recommend that plasma TVs be properly "broken in" during this
period of time, to ensure that the phosphors "age" before static
images are displayed for long periods of time, which could
theoretically cause the phosphors to permanently retain those
images. Breaking in a plasma TV is believed to minimize the
chance of image "burn-in", a.k.a. image retention (IR).
Whether or not this is true, these files are intended to
"exercise" and thus "age" the phosphors of a new plasma TV as
evenly as possible.
It is suggested - although not required - that you set the
transition delay to no longer than 10 seconds per image. This
will ensure that no pixel be required to exert its full power for
more than 2 minutes at a time.
Be sure to set the slideshow to "loop" without end until stopped
by the user!