Virtual Production

When the aim is to recreate reality as accurately as possible, get tools that push the limits of LED performance and image quality – while also giving you creative flexibility.

Realising the many benefits of LED in VP

Many different technologies come together within a successful virtual production environment, of these, high-quality LED processing is a fundamental requirement. LED-based virtual production not only offers benefits such as realistic lighting and reflections, but also a better experience for the cast and creative team.

Our LED processing technologies – including those for multi-camera setups, panel calibration, LED lighting, colour calibration and live colour grading – not only aim for greater levels of realism through accurate, artefact-free content, but also to facilitate the creative process – so that the storytelling isn’t slowed down or hindered by technological hurdles.

Advances in LED processing for VP

Adrian Jeakins, our Director of Engineering, delivers a talk on the next generation of LED systems, with an introduction to the Tessera G1 and game-changing TrueLight.

Introducing truelight

TrueLight was introduced to the market in April 2023, a game-changing technology delivering high-quality lighting from LED panels with extra emitters.

An exploration of VP

An insightful behind-the-scenes study of the “first complete virtual production short film”, with LED processing on the Tessera SX40. Video shared courtesy of Rebellion Film Studios.

Putting VP tools through their paces

The Tessera SX40 LED processor was used for this exciting demo of Unreal Engine 4.23 held at Lux Machina, Los Angeles. Video shared courtesy of Epic Games.

Virtual Production In Education
VP in Education

Many leading universities and colleges – such as University of the Arts London (UAL) and Full Sail University in Florida, USA – now have an on-campus studio equipped with cutting-edge motion capture and virtual production technology, including Brompton LED processing. 

These state-of-the-art studios give students experience with professional-level technology and workflows they’ll encounter in the real world, while also encouraging revolutionary ideas and thinking, and new modes of learning through XR. 

Additionally, these facilities invite exciting new collaborations between a wider range of degree courses as well as with technology partners. 

Lighting In the volume

An in-depth article by our CEO Richard Mead explores the science behind ‘Lighting in the Volume’, covering the pros and cons and how to achieve better colour rendition for ICVFX.

Lighting In the volume
Our Global lead: VP and Broadcast

Adam Callaway has been with Brompton since 2015 and has worked closely with customers, users and partners to make sure they get the most out of Brompton and achieve the results they’re after.

Our Global lead: VP and Broadcast
SX40 journey to the Emmys

The Tessera SX40 processor, which had gained its gold standard reputation on some of the world’s biggest live events, became the processor of choice in the adoption of LED for VP.

SX40 journey to the Emmys
Recreating Reality: Eliminating Artefacts

What visual artefacts you might see when looking through a camera, and what to do about them.

Recreating Reality: Eliminating Artefacts
Recreating Reality

Our CEO Richard Mead explores the ways Brompton processing helps recreate reality.

Recreating Reality
When brighter is not better

Brompton’s CTO, Chris Deighton, introduces a new feature, Extended Bit Depth, which further improves the low-end performance of LED panels

When brighter is not better


The shoot went flawlessly and it was such an eye-opening experience for Rich and I – we couldn’t believe the quality of the visuals we were getting in-camera… This environment in particular was at the lower end of the lumen value, so having Brompton’s video processing be able to articulate all those nuances in the grayscale and capture that level of detail was really impressive. What Brompton is doing to improve low light performance is really exciting and expands the possibilities for what can be filmed using virtual production.
Christopher Probst ASC & Rich Lee, Synapse Virtual Production
The primary concern for filmmakers and cinematographers when they’re working with virtual production is the colour quality, and Brompton particularly excels at achieving incredible colour accuracy. Brompton’s technical performance as far as scan rate, refresh rate, frame rate, and clear shadow details, that combination is what really sets them apart. You don’t see artifacts through the lens with Brompton the way you do with some of the other processors
Tom Armbruster, Founder, 209 Group

Features for Virtual Productions


Genlock your entire system for perfect smoothness and use phase offset to shift on-camera artefacts off frame.

Extended Bit Depth

New levels of dynamic range. Unlock up to 3.3 additional bits for superb image quality and maximised HDR content.

Frame Remapping

Have multi-camera setups, with each camera seeing different content when viewing the same LED screen at the same time.


Tunes your LED screen to the camera, not vice versa, giving the DOP creative flexibility for camera configuration.


Get greater brightness and colour ranges with a higher bit depth, for sharper, vivid, detailed, lifelike images.


A user interface appears on your LED wall so you can quickly match panels regardless of model or batch difference.


Multiple processors controlled as one. Setups can be large and versatile – with quicker, greatly simplified control.


Overcome limitations in driver chips, LEDs and panel design to ensure neutral colour balance across the greyscale. 

Ultra Low Latency

Reduces end-to-end latency to just 1 frame, providing a solution for broadcast television and film industries.


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