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DJ2 Live

DJ2 Live

Private Live Video Streaming and Storage

QNAP DJ2 Live enables private live streaming through QNAP NAS with scalable live streaming to public cloud services (including Facebook, YouTube, and platforms that support RTMP endpoints). It also provides secure storage for videos and broadcasts for later playback, turning a one-time stream into material for multiple utilizations.

DJ2 Live

Who Uses Live Streaming?

With our constantly-connected lifestyles, live streaming is becoming increasing popular for a wide range of activities - including watching breaking news stories, seeing the latest video games, watching corporate conferences, studying courses, and much more. As the unique nature of live streaming allows for unprecedented viewer interaction with the streamer, with the right tools companies and individuals alike can capitalize on this growing trend.

Who Uses Live Streaming? Who Uses Live Streaming? Who Uses Live Streaming?

All-in-one: Stream, Store, and Share

QNAP’s DJ2 Live is an exclusive live broadcasting platform based on a private cloud. It stores all of the recorded live streaming videos on your private, secure, high-capacity QNAP NAS. You can play or re-share saved videos to make the best of use of all your video streams for optimal efficiency and benefit.

  • Stream Stream

  • Store Store

  • Playback & Share Playback & Share

How DJ2 Live Works

DJ2 Live receives signals digitized by a video or audio encoder (OBS/XSplit) from the source media (a video camera with screen capture box or an audio interface), then publishes live streams through QNAP NAS. In addition to live streaming within a secure Intranet, you can simultaneously stream videos through multiple online platforms that support RTMP (Real-Time Messaging Protocol) such as Facebook or YouTube to reach a wider audience.

How DJ2 Live Works How DJ2 Live Works

DJ2 Live Features

  • Cloud Streaming Ready Cloud Streaming Ready

    Stream videos through multiple online platforms supporting RTMP protocol to increase reach.

  • Playback & Re-sharing Playback & Re-sharing

    Store videos and broadcasts on the NAS for future playback and re-sharing.

  • Scalable Live Streaming – CDN Ready Scalable Live Streaming – CDN Ready

    CDN assists in conserving Internet bandwidth and playing videos smoothly.

  • Access Controls Access Controls

    Supports Google OAuth authentication and authorization, allowing users to sign in using a Google Account.

  • Secured Connection Secured Connection

    Supports SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encrypted connection to ensure viewers have secure access.

  • 4K Live Video Solution 4K Live Video Solution

    QNAP NAS provides huge storage potential for 4K video files. Intranet users can enjoy 10GbE connectivity for 4K streaming. Internet viewers can select a video resolution based on their bandwidth.

Ecosystem Partners

  • The IEI USB 3.0 Uncompressed Full HD Capture Box allows users to capture high-resolution footage from HDMI devices for livestreaming through DJ2 Live.
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  • XSplit provides powerful video integration and rich production effects for livestreaming through DJ2 Live.
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API for Custom Integration

The DJ2 Live API allows for third-party applications and system integration. By leveraging powerful transcoding technology and secure and huge storage of QNAP NAS, you can easily and quickly build your own live streaming services.


Key benefits:

  • Allows for customized flows/UI.

  • Powerful X.264 encoder/decoder optimized for QNAP x86-based NAS.

  • Built-in authentication and authorization mechanisms.

  • Seamless integration into QTS (including NAS QID authentication).

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System requirements:

  1. Supported NAS: TS-x51, TS-x51A, TS-x51+, TBS-x53A, TS-x53A, TS-x53B, TS-x53 Pro, TS-x70, TS-x71, and TVS-x82 series tower and rackmount NAS
  2. QTS 4.3 (or later)
  3. Minimum 2GB RAM

Note: DJ2 Live must be used with a streaming app (such as XSplit, OBS, or CameraFi Live). Please visit the websites of these app providers for streaming service system requirements.