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Multiple camera input streamed into one application

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Here is the scenario - best explained visualising a TV.

For example, there are 9 destinations with 9 multiple cameras.

On a decent computer screen, the 9 destinations are shown in ONE window, i.e. 3 x 3 plus room at the bottom for controls.

Step 1: Now, if one clicks on (example) destination screen Number 1, it opens (enlarges) the current window to show the 9 multiple cameras.

Step 2: The user should be able to "go back" to the main screen without leaving the main screen.

In principle, a form of "big brother" if the terminology means anything, drilling down in 9 multiple locations.

Step 3: The biggest challenge: The above, which is viewable on the "main operator screen" - can be viewed on anybody´s computer. At the same time, the main "operator" is able to switch off any of the nine destinations.

Last: It should run on a general platform like youtube, etc - without proprietary software to be installed.


Big list... on paper with a pen easy to explain. I am looking forward to responses.



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So you want the enlarged view of the clicked on camera to not fill the display? If so, it's going to be much harder to see the details of what that particular camera is showing isn't it?

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