Switcher Studio has an integration with DJI that supports the following models:
DJI Osmo Mobile 1
DJI Osmo Mobile 2
DJI Osmo Mobile 3
DJI OM 4
DJI OM 5
Note: The DJI Osmo product line has been discontinued. The product line has been renamed to OM.
The DJI Osmo Mobile SDK gives Switcher Studio access to the following functionality:
Pan of the device
Tilt of the device
Unfortunately, we are unable to take advantage of the Osmo Mobile's live tracking functionality in Switcher Studio.
Pairing the Gimbal to Your iPhone
If you have a new gimbal or device, the first step is to pair the Osmo Mobile with your iPhone. This tutorial video from DJI outlines the process:
Connecting the Osmo Mobile to Switcher Studio
To connect the DJI Osmo Mobile, please follow the steps below, on the iPhone you will be using with the gimbal.
Step 1: Confirm Bluetooth is enabled.
Go to the iPhone's Control Center and make sure the Bluetooth logo is highlighted blue.
If it is not blue, tap the icon to enable Bluetooth.
Step 2: Turn on the Osmo Mobile.
Ensure the iPhone is secure in the gimbal.
Turn on the gimbal.
The gimbal will straighten out, indicating that it is ready to use.
Step 3: Launch the DJI App on the iPhone.
Tap the DJI App to launch it.
Wait for the DJI app to connect to the camera.
Step 4: Launch Switcher Studio on the iPhone.
Tap the phone's Home button to go to the main screen.
Launch the Switcher Studio app.
Note: We recommend leaving the DJI App open in the background.
Step 5: Enable the Osmo Mobile connection in Switcher Studio.
In the Switcher Studio app, tap the hamburger menu (3 horizontal lines) in the upper-left corner.
In the Menu, tap DJI Osmo Mobile/ Galileo
Wait a few seconds, and your DJI Osmo Mobile will show up in the list.
Tap the gimbal you want to connect.
A blue checkmark will appear to the left of the gimbal you selected, confirming it has been connected.
Tap Menu in the upper-left corner.
Then tap Close in the upper-left corner on the next menu.
You are now ready to use your DJI Osmo Mobile with Switcher Studio.
Connect the camera to your main switching device as you normally would. Now, when you move that source to the Preview window inside of Switcher Studio, you can remotely Pan and Tilt using the DJI Osmo Mobile.
Troubleshooting Issues with the DJI Osmo Mobile & Switcher Studio
If you have followed the above steps and are still having issues connecting, please completely disconnect the device as follows:
Go to the Settings app on the iPhone.
Tap Forget All Devices. If that is not an option, tap the "i" icon for each listed gimbal, and tap Forget This Device for each one.
Make sure you re-register your device by using the DJI app first. After setup, make sure to ignore Apple’s pop-up to connect the device and only pair via the Switcher menu (Sometimes Apple tries to pair the Osmo as a keyboard).