Never do this on lg oled tv

This video is about the precautions you can take in order to minimize any kind of problem with your LG Oled tv.
In this video I discussed about Screen Shift and Clearing Panel Noise on LG OLED TV.
How to avoid Image burn in or image retention.
How to avoid ghosting effect on LG oled tv.


Try to limit displaying content that contains static (non-moving) logos or graphics, especially news channels like MSNBC, CNN, FOX News, etc., and some video games (More than 4 Hours consecutive).
Be especially aware of static logos or graphics consisting of yellow, orange, or red colors. Virtually all LG OLED burn in reports to date stem from those colors. It may be possible that other colors also can cause burn in if static logos/graphics are displayed long enough.
Set your OLED Light to a low level, as low as possible that is still comfortable for you to watch. The higher the OLED Light setting, the quicker bright, static elements will burn in. There may not be a completely "safe" setting.
Set your Contrast lower if possible.
Enable your Energy Saving setting. Leaving it OFF does not dim the TV light output based on room light, possibly increasing risk of burn in.
Make sure the Screen Shift option is enabled.
Always turn off the TV with the remote and leave the TV connected to power at all times. This allows compensation cycles to run while the TV is in standby, helping to clear up temporary image retention and possibly reducing risk of burn in. Didn't help my parents, but I hear it's very important.
Note: The above is a list of some of the things you can do to help prevent or reduce the risk of burn in.
Ultimately, if you don't watch content with bright, colored static logos or graphics, you shouldn't have anything to worry about, and can probably ignore all the other suggestions.