With cameras moving between virtual studios for company programming, a virtual tally assignment and control layer was a critical requirement
SL broadcast control solutions empower AV workflows by creating a unified overlay for any
The production team regularly needs to move cameras between sets, so required a system for tally assignment (switcher tallies to cameras, wherever their physical location) and control-room-to-studio routing. TSL responded to a tender request from the company’s systems integrator to provide a complete control and tally solution. As a result, the TSL TallyMan Virtual Panel (TMVP) streamlines command by consolidating key studio and control room functionalities to single virtual panels, across two locations within the premises. The deployment of an Adder KVM driver enables routing of Disguise servers, configured by White Light, using a virtual panel to control workstations all over the facility.
THE IDEA WAS TO STREAMLINE CONTROL AND CONSOLIDATE KEY STUDIO FUNCTIONALITIES TO A SINGLE PANEL
system infrastructure – whether SDI, NDI or ST 2110. Broadcast and professional AV customers can take control of production kits across an entire facility via a single interface, including presentation, cameras, multiviewers and graphics. One multinational tech corporation currently operates a production facility in London for corporate programming and live conferencing, housing three studios and two control rooms. Its virtual studios utilise immersive video, so presenters interact with backgrounds and graphics in real
Camera preset recall, using ASCII strings over IP, facilitates camera selection, rendering background displays during productions to give the impression of depth and perspective from each angle. Ross Carbonite switcher inputs for the
time – rather than pointing at markers on a green screen.
AT YOUR LEVEL TallyMan delivers specific tasks or support for your whole system
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