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New in Switcher 3.1.0 — Use DJI Osmo Mobiles for Your Livestreams

by Whitney Mattingly
April 24, 2017

Switcher Inc. (www.switcherstudio.com) today announced it is expanding its live streaming ecosystem with a new strategic partnership with DJI. As a result of this partnership, Switcher is extending support for the DJI Osmo Mobile 3-axis gimbal system for smooth live streaming to Facebook Live and YouTube.


Now users are able to pair an iPhone or iPad directly with the DJI OSMO Mobile handheld motorized gimbal for full Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) control, directly from Switcher Studio. This means users can remotely control the position of the device from another iPhone or iPad using the Switcher Studio software.

For example, with a swipe of a finger across Switcher’s screen, the remote iOS camera across the room will move where you want it, including the ability to:

  • Remotely Pan the DJI Osmo Mobile left/right
  • Remotely Tilt the DJI Osmo Mobile up/down

Users can use the DJI Osmo Mobile with existing Switcher Studio features to remotely adjust advanced camera settings, including:

  • Smooth zoom, ease in and out
  • Focus control, adjust depth of field
  • Exposure, ISO, Shutter Speed
  • White balance
  • Color Balance
  • Torch with dimmer and Tally Light

Switcher Studio also includes a NEW “grey card” feature to quickly sync camera settings across multiple angles.

About the Author

Whitney Mattingly

Whitney is Switcher Studio's head of special projects. Prior to joining Switcher, she worked in the agency world, helping clients develop their digital marketing strategies, providing training on social media best practices, crafting content, and staying on top of digital trends.

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