To Configure the TSL Tally Input

Tally information sent to the server over ethernet using the TSL protocol is used to show red and green tallies (as well as gray and amber) on the channel labels. You will need the IP address and port of the device sending the tally information, as well as the screen mapping.

  1. Launch the Mira Config application.

    You may be prompted to allow the program to make changes on the computer, click Yes.

  2. Click the Tally tab.


  3. In the Server Address field enter the IP address of the device that is sending the TSL tally information.
  4. In the Server Port field enter the port number on the device that the server is listening to.
  5. In the Server Connection Type area, select the type of ethernet communication you want to use.
    • UDP — select if the tally server uses the UDP protocol.
    • TCP Server — select of the tally server is using the TCP protocol as a server.
    • TCP Client — select of the tally server is using the TCP protocol as a client.
  6. In the Tally Protocol area, select the TSL protocol the tally server is using.
    • TSL UMD V5.0 — select if the tally server is using the TSL tally protocol v5.0.
    • TSL UMD V3.1 — select if the tally server is using the TSL tally protocol v3.1.
  7. In the Assign Preview Tally area, select which indicator is lit when a channel transport is tallied on preview.
  8. In the Assign Preview Tally Color area, select the color to use when a channel transport is tallied on preview.
  9. In the Tally Index Number area, enter the tally ID that is assigned on the tally server to the input on the server.
    Tip: Refer to the device that you are receiving the tally information from for the ID that is assigned to the video input that is connected to the output of each channel on the server.
  10. Click Apply.