UAV market leader in this week launched a new name called "DJI Smart TV" new Apple TV application, promised to help its users will be high-quality aerial video sent to millions of households living room.
Taijiang through the company's official website announced that Apple TV users can browse through the DJI Smart TV application through the Xinjiang UAV shooting aerial video and 4K video. The application also supports TV sets based on the Samsung Tizen platform.
The video samples published on the Xinjiang website appear to be the company's own production and production, including the professional video and official product promotion video of the WRC conference. The new application has a section titled "Da Jiang Innovator", which contains videos from professional photographers and amateur users, as well as videos on product overview and device usage tutorials.
"We have let our UAV fly and be able to shoot aerial video, and now with the DJI Smart TV application, the creators have more ways to do so with the help of the camera," said Paul Pan, senior product manager at Xinjiang. The world shares their works. It is a chance for people to be inspired and attracted so that they can travel to places they never thought of and look at the world in a new way. & Rdquo;
For Xinjiang, streaming media content is a new initiative. So far, the company has focused only on UAV hardware and software development. Da Jiang faced fierce competition from veteran sports camera manufacturers such as GoPro, which announced last year that it launched its own Karma unmanned aerial vehicle.
GoPro sold the Karma unmanned aerial vehicle in February after issuing a recall order for defective batteries in November, but the initial sales progress has been slow.
GoPro has a lot of fans on YouTube and other streaming media platforms, as well as proprietary applications for game consoles and smart TVs. Xinjiang will further erode GoPro's market with its new applications.
DJI Smart TV application is now on the tvOS App Store on-line, is a free application.
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