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    George Hsia (@george-3)
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    Is there anything I need to be aware of when profiling OLED panels?

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    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    In case of TVs, A(S)BL (automatic static brightness limiting). Use a small patch size, white level drift compensation, dark desktop background (or use madTPG), potentially use pattern insertion. Aim for a peak luminance of 100-120 cd/m2.

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    George Hsia (@george-3)
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    Thanks Florian. This is on a laptop panel.    All the same requirements apply?

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    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Yes, although I think A(S)BL will not be present. Make sure the Laptop does no dynamic dimming otherwise.

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    SirMaster (@sirmasterboy)
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    I do know the newest Razor Blade 15 2019 laptop OLED model will do some weird dimming (as it’s a power limit thing) if you have the backlight at 100%, so you would want to turn the backlight down a bit in this case. But yeah, targeting 100-120 cd/m2 should probably prevent this in all cases.

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