Brompton Technology has started a training programme designed to teach about the extensive capabilities of the Brompton TESSERA LED processing for its T1, S4, M2 and Brompton SX40 LED processors and Brompton XD data distribution units.
Free to Technicians working in the LED screen sector, they have already proven to be popular, with 18 attendees going through the Brompton doors since the first session on 15 November 2018.
Held at Brompton’s HQ in Ealing, London, the sessions take attendees through the fundamentals of operating its LED processors, familiarising them with the easy-to-use interface and giving them hands-on experience with handy features. Including; the ChromaTune colour correction, On Screen Colour Adjustment, Dark Magic for colour smoothing in low brightness conditions, Fixture Processing and Genlock. Attendees will also get the first-hand experience of the new Brompton Tessera Processor Software 2.2.0 for the Brompton 4K SX40 processor. Which delivers an enhanced feature set including; Panel On Screen Display, Processor Redundancy, 90° rotation and Chinese language support in the user interface.
“Our processors are incredibly easy to get to grips with,” said Brompton’s Technical Support Manager, Adam Callaway. “In fact, anyone can be up and running in a matter of minutes. They are also very powerful and, with the 2.2.0 software we have introduced significant new features that give even more control of the screen to the user, so as well as going through the basics, our training sessions provide technicians with additional knowledge and some handy tips and shortcuts to make life even easier.”
“Because Brompton processors can do so much, it’s easy to think they’ll be complicated,” said Neil Waller, LED Operations Manager from Creative Technology London, who attended one of the sessions in December 2018. “It really does only take a very short amount of time to understand how to use them, but getting a more in-depth view has made me realise just how many advantages the system has. From the quick and easy way the screen can be addressed to Dark Magic, which allows you to enhance the quality of an image, even at lower brightness levels, to Panel OSD, -a function I know I’m going to find really useful- which makes it incredibly easy to identify issues on any part of the screen just by looking at information displayed on the panels themselves.”
The next series of sessions will take place during January 2019, February 2019 and March 2019. They will be held on:
Wednesday 23 January 2019
Thursday 24 January 2019
Wednesday 20 February 2019
Thursday 21 February 2019
Wednesday 20 March 2019
Thursday 21 March 2019
For more information, or to book a place on these sessions, and also express interest in sessions in other areas of the world, email firstname.lastname@example.org.