What Studio Professionals Want in LED Screens

Studio Advantages of LED

Location owners, studio professionals, and other involved parties may require different features in screen displays. While those who manage venues focus on what screens look like to an in-person audience, studio professionals want to know what the display will look like on camera. Generally, these camera-focused pros need displays that:

  • Adjust easily to light changes
  • Are budget-friendly
  • Have perfect pixel pitch
  • Provide flexibility
  • Are glare-free

Neoti is happy to meet these needs with premium LED displays. Our big, bright and tight LED screens look as good in person as they do on camera, leaving everyone happy with the results.

Image Adjustability

When new talent appears on-screen or the lighting changes quickly, it can cause chaos in the studio. To studio professionals, the ability to rapidly adjust settings to match skin tone, hair color, and hot spots is critical. That’s why so many of these professionals prefer filming LED displays rather than LCD screens.

The difference between the two screen types lies in the backlighting. LED screens fall under the umbrella of LCD technology. However, LED displays typically offer local dimming, edge lighting, and other features that make the image simple to adjust.

Easy on the Budget

Broadcasting isn’t cheap, especially for studios that air live events and news. The complexity, duration, equipment, and other factors can make broadcasting expensive. LED displays can help these broadcasters stay within budget without compromising quality.

Perfect Pixel Pitch

Simply put, pixel pitch is the measurement of the space between a screen’s pixels. In many ways, this measurement is more important than the total number of pixels in a given display. Different pitches work well for various shots. Broadcasters who need tight shots will need smaller pitched screens. On the other hand, displays that studio professionals specifically use for long shots can get away with more space between each pixel.

Flexibility

In-studio setups sometimes require flexible shapes. Some studios need a curved display, while others may need a screen to cover corners. For example, a talent desk or behind-talent screen may require a seamless curve. Unlike other screens, LED displays can be completely flexible. Studio professionals can angle even the most basic flat panels to fit their needs.

No Glares

Nothing bothers a studio broadcaster or viewer quite like screen glare. These off-putting distractions look unprofessional and can turn away audiences. LED displays eliminate glare, offering a crisp picture instead. It’s just one less thing for a busy production crew to worry about.

Custom LED Solutions

These days, audiences expect digital displays during their viewing experiences, especially on the news. Direct-view LED screens not only offer vibrantly clear images that will meet the needs of the most demanding production crews, but the clarity and visual impact that viewers enjoy as well.

Neoti can help your broadcast studio become more sophisticated with our premium LED displays. With ultra-fine pixel pitch, customized displays, and other great features, you can give your studio the upgrade of your dreams.

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