Hello everyone, I am Mirko, and today we see how to configure the telemetry of the Video Transmitter. Starting from Betaflight 4.1 the VTX Tables are introduced and the SmartAudio and Tramp protocols must be configured before they can be used. To start we go to the Ports TAB and in peripherals we select the protocol of our VTX, in my case, SmartAudio. Remember to activate it in the line corresponding to the UART where you have connected the SamrtAudio cable, in my case, UART3. Let’s save it. Now let’s go to VTX, as you can see all fields are empty and we have to configure the VTX Tables. So let’s open this link that will take us to a page of Github. On this page we have the list of VTX, at the moment it’s pretty thin as we only have the files for Tramp, TBS, this Matek, this iFlight. If your model is present in this list, download the File by clicking save destination as. Then we go to the VTX TAB and load the file. If your model is not in this list you have to fill in the Table. In time it will be less and less necessary to resort to manual compilation because manufacturers will slowly add their VTX models to this page. Before compiling the Table it is necessary to establish which version of Smartaudio has the VTX we’re using, This step requires powering the system. If your drone is already complete, I’ll remind you to remove the propellers. That’s because when you’re doing the bench setups and you have to connect the battery, for safety reasons it is always better to remove them. We go to the Blackbox TAB and in debug mode we choose SMARTAUDIO. We leave the two values above as they are, we don’t care. Let’s save it. Now let’s go to Sensor, if you don’t see this TAB enable expert mode. Select Debug and remove the check from the other values, so let’s connect the battery. As you can see, a number has appeared here, take note as it identifies which version of SmartAudio has our VTX. Now let’s go back to the VTX Tables page on github. Here the value we found before identifies the Smartaudio version of our VTX, I had 216 that match SmartAudio 2.0 unlocked. This is definitely the most likely case that will happen to you as SmartAudio 2.0 is currently the most widely used protocol for VTXs that use this protocol under license. We go down and download the file for our version. We can choose between USA and Europe but in our case it makes no difference because we’ll have to edit the file directly from Betaflight. As we are VerySuperGuys, we download the US version. Then we click the right text, and we do Save Destination As. We return again to the Transmitting Video Tab, so let’s load the file we just downloaded. At this point we can leave the frequency section by default, you don’t need to change it. As far as power is concerned, we have to enter the data provided by the manufacturer. For example, the AKK X2-Ultimate I am currently using has 4 power levels: 25, 200, 600 and 1200mW. As you can see by default the configuration has only 3 power levels, so let’s start by adding one. In these two boxes we can change the value and the label. What interests us above all is value, which indicates how the SmartAudio should handle the power of the VTX. If your VTX has SmartAudio 2.0, In value you have to put a number in progression for each additional power level. So I’ll put a value of 3. If, for example, the VTX has 5 power levels, I set it to 4 and so on. What we write on the label is not important because it is only the graphics that will be reported in the OSD. By convention we write the number of mW, but we can use any combination of numbers or letters because this does not affect in any way the real behavior of the VTX, what really matters as we have said is the value. Before saving, I remind you that these configurations must be done taking into account the laws in your country. Then compiling you, or uploading a pre-filled file, the responsibility for the data you enter on this page is your own. My advice to you is to abide by the laws in force in your country. After saving we are ready to use the SmartAudio as we have always done. This was my tutorial on how to configure the telemetry of the video transmitter. Thanks for watching the video. Subscribe to the channel and click I like. If you want to support me I remind you to always buy through my links, you find the list in description. You can also support me on Patreon by clicking the link at the end of the video!