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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 3:32 PM In reply to

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    Yes as I said earlier, all the drivers are up-to-date.

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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 3:41 PM In reply to

    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    One other observation that I had regarding my ghosting issues was that they persisted when I changed input to the monitor. The ghosting was also visible on DVI-D input which was fed from a different PC's Windows desktop. Does your issue disappear when you swap input?

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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 5:58 PM In reply to

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    I'm not swapping inputs.  The monitor is strickly used as a reference monitor (HDMI connection from Blackmagic card to BenQ monitor) while editing and nothing more.

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    I am going to vote strongly on the monitor burn in camp.  Especially as they age.  just google "ips led burn in".

    I seen this potential on all monitors I have ever worked with.  And that starts with tube SD.

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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 6:28 PM In reply to

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    If someone from Avid or an individual with advanced knowledge of this type of problem could explain to me how I can fix this, then I can avoid the burn-in camp and potentionally killing my monitor.  Marianna any thoughts?

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    It is pretty simple.  Do not leave ANY image on screen for a protracted time.  Kill the feed to the monitor or just turn off monitoring in the Avid sequence.

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  • Sat, Apr 18 2020 2:29 AM In reply to

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    Load up another NLE (premiere, fcp, resolve) and leave an image up on the screen.  Receate the situation with different software.  If you still get burnin, then it's not an avid problem, it's a black magic or monitor problem.

     

    If the monitor has another input, like hdmi, send it a signal from a camera that is stationary.  After a set ammount of time, pan the camera.  If you have burnin, then it's the monitor, not the blackmagic.

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  • Wed, Apr 22 2020 1:47 PM In reply to

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    Finally had a chance to do some tests on some other NLE systems.  Adobe After Effects, Premiere and Resolve all are fine with the same project settings I am running in Avid.  It is definetly an Avid problem.  As per the previous person's comment, this is not a matter of just dealing with the problem by turning off the screen... I work on graphical elements within Avid.  I have to sit on an image/freeze frame in order to do the graphical build... dealing with clients fingerprints on a screen is nothing compared to what the burn-in of random ghosted images does to the graphic building / the creative process.  

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  • Wed, Apr 22 2020 2:54 PM In reply to

    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    I'd try rolling the BM driver back.

    Having eleminated it as a monitor issue then that implies the image aretefact is being sent down the HDMI cablle to the display.

    To confirm this re-create the issue. turn off the display and leave it 10 or 15 mins (however long it takes to normally clear it) Then turn the display back on.

    The HDMI signal will still be the same and if it includes this issue it will reappear.

    If it does then Avid is either feeding incorrect data to the BM or the BM driver has an issue (you have proved the hardware isn't the issue with other applications.)

    Don't forget the BM driver is Avid specific,

    It can't be an Avid issue as such as everyone on that build with a BM card would be seeing it.

    It could be a corrupt Avid install or a hardware specific issue but thats not going to be easy to prove.

     

     

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  • Thu, Apr 23 2020 7:38 AM In reply to

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    Re: Image outline burn-in on reference monitor

    You don't say what version of Avid or the BMD driver you are using. On 2019.12 with the latest 11.5 BMD driver, Ultrastudio 4K Mini going out to a SmallHD 1703 P3X plus Sony Bravia client monitor, I have never seen this. Although I always try to clear the monitor output if I take a break, sometimes I have forgotten and have left an image up for over half an hour and I see no image rentention on either screen (or the pc screens).

    You say you don't get this with other software, I find that strange. You mentioned 'wireframe' - is your monitor set at too high nits - the SmallHD is capable of around a 1000nits, I have it set to SDR 200-300nits. If a monitor is set too high this can produce what you are experiencing.

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