A Tessera SX40 or M2 LED Processor can be locked to any one of its video inputs, bi-/tri-level sync input, or internal timing reference
A Tessera T1 LED Processor can be locked to either the video input or internal timing reference
A Tessera S4 LED Processor automatically locks to the video input
From Tessera firmware v2.3 onwards, you can choose “Active Input” on the Tessera SX40 processor, meaning the genlock signal will come from whichever input source is currently active
Genlock can be used to lock the processor refresh to a camera’s shutter. This provides a better on-camera performance, by preventing the unsightly rolling black bars seen on video walls using free-running systems.
Alternatively, you can use Genlock to lock multiple Tessera LED processors together for completely seamless shows with no tearing. The processor can even add extra delay should it need to match with other slower video systems.
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.
Brompton’s flagship HD LED processor, offering unrivalled creative and colour management features.