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I'm trying to get our camera systems to cycle on a monitor so that each one can be viewed full screen. All of the camera's are the same except 1 store, the others you just log into the IP address and it loads, but the 1 oddball requires a program called Matrix to view it. I'd like that camera on the same rotation as the others, but that requires it being viewed in a browser. Right now I'm using the "Revolver" application for Google Chrome to rotate between the other cameras. Any suggestions?
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