Join Jim Heid for an in-depth discussion in this video Streaming live, part of DJI Mavic Pro: Tips, Tricks, & Techniques.
- If you've ever gotten your drone up in the air…and then thought I wish I could share…this view with everyone, then this video is for you.…Because the DJI GO app can stream your drone's…video feed live to a bunch of different social networks.…You can narrate what you're seeing with your phone…or tablet's microphone picking up your voice.…Your friends can comment on your live broadcast.…They can like it, all the usual social notworking stuff,…and when you stop the live stream,…you can choose to have your video saved…on that social network so friends who missed it…can watch it later and so that you can…watch it later yourself.…
At the risk of stating the obvious,…live streaming requires that you be…in a location with good internet access,…either a solid wifi connection or good cell service.…Let's see it in action as we go out on location…and do a live stream to Facebook.…So here we are back at our ball field.…Let's do a live Facebook stream.…The drone is already in the air,…and it's pointed back at the crew here.…
- Safety checks
- App settings
- Startup, takeoff, and landing
- In-flight data displays
- DJI GO tips
- Flight modes
- Streaming live
- Adjusting focus
- Exposure and white balance
- Still photography and panoramas
- Shutter speed
- Aerial video
- Using the gimbal
- Using the remote controller
Skill Level Intermediate
Cert Prep: FAA Part 107 Commercial Drone Licensewith Luisa Winters1h 52m Intermediate
1. The Basics
A few important app settings4m 30s
2. DJI GO App
3. Photo and Video
4. Mavic Pro
Next steps1m 49s
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