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What does DJI Lightbridge do?

When the DJI LIGHTBRIDGE transmits the video and flight controller OSD information, the air system is the transmitter while the ground is the receiver. The air system pulls video from the camera and OSD information from the flight controller then modulates it and transmits to the ground system.

What drones use Lightbridge?

DJI Drones Using Lightbridge: DJI Phantom 4 Pro and Phantom 4 Advanced. DJI Drones Using Lightbridge 2: DJI Inspire 2, Matrice 200 Series and Matrice 600 Pro. For all the drones mentioned above, a maximum transmission range of 2.2 miles is available within CE regulated countries.

Is DJI Lightbridge encrypted?

ADVANCED SECURITY Encryption ensures only authorized devices receive data. Multiple downlinks can be connected for parallel streaming. Each can work independently without interference.

How does DJI transmit video so far?

The DJI Mavic Pro drone uses a newly developed video transmission system called OcuSync. It is part of DJI’s Lightbridge video transmission family and OcuSync performs far better than other WiFi and RF analog transmission systems.

Can you live stream DJI Drone?

Configuring live streaming in DJI GO A live streaming indicator appears in the top left corner and allows you to start and stop live streaming independently of other Drone operations (such as the photo controls on the right hand side, which affects the recording to the onboard SD card).

How does Lightbridge 2 work?

A Lightbridge 2 is basically a wireless HD video transmitter that enables video streaming to a wide variety of devices such as the tablets, smartphones, TVs, or any other compatible display. Now, aerial images, captured using the professional drones, can look so elegantly beautiful with low latency at a maximum range.

Does Phantom 4 use Lightbridge?

Lightbridge. Just like with the Phantom 3 Professional, the Phantom 4 uses DJI Lightbridge with a max communication distance of 3 miles.

What is Lightbridge drone?

Basically the concept of Lightbridge is an HD video and communication system that takes video transmitters, OSD’s, control signals (whatever you need for communicating information) and puts it all into one system.

How do I stream DJI drone footage?

Configuring live streaming in DJI GO

  1. Attach your iOS or Android device via USB to the controller and launch the DJI GO app.
  2. Enter into the Camera mode.
  3. Open Settings (marked …)
  4. Choose RTMP: Custom.
  5. In the Create Custom Live Broadcast dialog, enter as RTMP URL, an RTMP Input created in the Bambuser Content Manager.

How does DJI stream video?

Stream through a capture card The remote controller will output a live video feed via HDMI to the capture card. The capture card then receives the input data and transmits it to a PC for encoding. The streaming software will take of encoding the video for streaming, or you may stream directly to sites like Twitch.

What kind of video output can I get with DJI Lightbridge 2?

USB, mini-HDMI and 3G-SDI ports support video output at up to 1080p/60fps or broadcast standard output of 720p/59.94fps and 1080i/50fps. With a new, powerful hardware encoder and advanced algorithms, total latency has been significantly reduced to as low as 50ms.

What do you need to know about Lightbridge 2?

Flight information including current status, full telemetry, location, heading, and more is displayed and updated live, making every flight safe and convenient. Lightbridge 2 supports a range of professional-level DJI products.

What does the DJI Go app do for You?

Use the powerful DJI GO app to control your camera, and receive a live HD view of what the camera sees, on your paired mobile device. Flight information including current status, full telemetry, location, heading, and more is displayed and updated live, making every flight safe and convenient.

What do you need to know about DJI Zenmuse?

DJI Zenmuse HD gimbal input support. Simultaneous HDMI and AV input support allows pilot monitoring and camerawork at the same time using just one system. · Charges USB devices, increasing on-set functionality. · USB 2.0 image data output for iOS* and Android synchronization. · Android 4.1.2 or above recommended.