Originally Posted by luizffgarcia
Yep sounds about right, but that is not an option for me since many channels i watch have embedded yellow subtitles
I really don't think it will be a problem, and you are reacting too soon. You might get image retention, but full permanent burn-in is different and rare. There are simple precaution you can take. Just like you wouldn't cross the road without looking, be sensible with your settings.
Don't use Vivid mode. Use ISF Dark/Light or Cinema.
Don't crank up the OLED Light value to stupid values. It's on 25 (giving 100 nits) in Technicolor mode for a reason. So 30-40 max should be the normal range.
Use the Screen shift, and Logo Luminance Adjustment features.
Use General Eco Mode timers to turn the TV off automatically if it's left on by accident.
Put the TV into standby with power when not in use and let it do its compensation cycles.
If there was a real fundamental problem then it would be world-wide and widely known about; many countries watch subtitled content a lot (Hollywood is a bit popular in many non-English speaking countries for a start!).
At the end of the day it's something you can judge the risk on. It's ok to be cautious but perhaps you are jumping the gun by reacting to the R-Tings video, instead of what happens to your TV with your usage.