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Potentially fix dead pixels via a software solution
Authored by: leeww on Sep 19, '05 09:03:26PM

I had no luck with the quicktime movie above (which runs at 30 fps), I left it running for a few hours but no luck, I have a tiny green pixel (so I presume it is 'stuck' not dead)

I have generated a small 100fps RGB cycled GIF (a mere 1.6kb) and will give this a try over night, I have just the one pixel that stays green so I plan to use the GIF just on that one pixel, like the poster above says, I presume if this works, having the movie just around the affected pixel will limit the chance of other pixels going 'belly up'

[img]http://img380.imageshack.us/img380/7852/100fpsrgb9nu.gif[/img]

Lee

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