iPhone X flicker test


Hoosier317

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A completely useless video and test. The flicker in the video is due to differences in the refresh rate between the device and whatever was used to record it.
 
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changguangyu

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A completely useless video and test. The flicker in the video is due to differences in the refresh rate between the device and whatever was used to record it.
I don't think it's a refresh rate issue. Flicker only happens on OLED screen (especially at low brightness), such as Galaxy S8, LG v30, there is no flicker on iPhone 8 and other LCD phones.
 

jtl_

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Nov 3, 2015
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That is not at all true.
False information, the effect in the video shown is caused by flickering of the OLED lights, using a syncronized shutter speed would just "hide it". It's still there...

I can record my rMBP screen (120Khz PWM below 50% brightness) all day and not have horrible flicker.

And to prove it to you.


Recorded at 720p 120fps.
 
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