Frame Rate Multiplication allows an LED screen to refresh at a frame rate that is a multiple of the input frame rate, to ensure the camera sees a complete image every time it opens its shutter.
Frame Remapping extends this by allowing you to specify exactly what part of the input raster is output for each of these additional frames. To the eye the different content will appear to be superimposed – but a camera that is genlocked and set to the appropriate phase offset can capture any one of the content streams.
It is also possible to interleave frames of any solid colour, which has significant additional benefits:
Black frames can be inserted to reduce motion blur
Blue or green frames can be inserted so that separate cameras can be used to capture both a virtual background and a matte background for post-production keying
Brompton’s first 4K processor and the best LED processor currently available on the market. Used with the XD Data Distribution Unit to provide a comprehensive solution for 4K screens.
A mid-range processor perfect for high-profile projects that don’t require large output capacity but want the full suite of Tessera processing features.
A straightforward powerhouse processor built for large, high resolution LED screens, offering fewer creative features for competitive value.
Designed for creativity, an ideal choice for smaller creative shows and displays that don’t need to output a huge amount of pixels.