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Setting Up YouTube Live Streaming with DJI Fly App

Updated: Oct 22, 2023

In the world of drones and content creation, live streaming has become an immensely popular way to engage with your audience in real time. DJI, a leader in the drone industry, has made it easier than ever to live stream your drone flights directly to platforms like YouTube.

In this blog post, we'll walk you through the steps of setting up YouTube live streaming with the DJI Fly app, allowing you to share your aerial adventures with the world.

This video shows how to set up DJI Fly App for YouTube Live Streaming including how to get your streaming URL and key, as well as how you download the app:

YouTube Live Streaming with DJI Fly App
YouTube Live Streaming with DJI Fly App

The DJI Mini 2 and DJI Air 2S

The DJI Mini 2 and DJI Air 2S are two of DJI's most popular drones, known for their impressive camera capabilities and user-friendly design. Both of these drones are compatible with the DJI Fly app, which is the key to setting up live streaming.

Step-by-Step Guide to Setting Up YouTube Live Streaming

Here's how you can set up YouTube live streaming with the DJI Fly app:

1. Prepare Your Equipment:

Before you start, make sure you have the following ready:

  • Your DJI Mini 2 or DJI Air 2S drone

  • A compatible mobile device (smartphone or tablet)

  • DJI Fly app installed and updated

  • A YouTube channel with live streaming enabled

  • Stable internet connection

2. Connect Your Drone:

Turn on your drone and connect it to your mobile device using the DJI Fly app.

3. Access the Live Stream Feature:

In the DJI Fly app, locate the "Live" icon or feature. This is typically found in the top menu or settings. Click on it to access the live streaming options.

4. Choose YouTube as the Platform:

Select "YouTube" as your live streaming platform. You will need to log in to your YouTube account if you haven't already.

5. Set Up Your Stream:

You'll be prompted to fill in details for your live stream. This includes your stream title, description, privacy settings (public, unlisted, or private), and stream quality. Ensure that your stream title is engaging and relevant to your content.

6. Set the Stream's Privacy Settings:

Choose your stream's privacy settings based on your preference. Public streams are visible to anyone, while unlisted streams can only be accessed via a direct link, and private streams are limited to specific invited viewers.

7. Start Your Stream:

When you're ready to go live, press the "Start Stream" or "Go Live" button. Your drone will begin streaming to your YouTube channel in real-time.

8. Monitor Your Stream:

During the live stream, you can monitor the number of viewers, interact with your audience through comments, and adjust the camera settings to ensure the best viewing experience.

9. End the Stream:

Once you've completed your live stream, press the "End Stream" button in the DJI Fly app. This will finalize your live broadcast.

10. Save the Video:

After ending the live stream, the video will be saved to your YouTube channel for viewers to watch later. You can also edit or delete the video as needed.

Tips for Successful Live Streaming

  • Ensure you have a stable and strong internet connection to prevent interruptions during the live stream.

  • Plan your live stream content in advance and engage with your audience through comments and interactions.

  • Consider using a stabilizer or gimbal for smoother shots during your live stream.

  • Experiment with different locations and scenarios to create engaging live content.


Live streaming your drone flights to platforms like YouTube is a fantastic way to share your adventures, interact with your audience, and showcase the beauty of the world from a unique perspective. Setting up YouTube live streaming with the DJI Fly app is a straightforward process that opens up new possibilities for content creators. So, grab your DJI Mini 2 or DJI Air 2S, and start sharing your aerial journeys with the world.

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