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Hall3008  
#1 Posted : Sunday, August 21, 2016 10:29:06 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone
We have a question related to IP cameras 1080p. So I wanted to own two or more cameras connected via vmix software. Is it possible for example to them in some way binding, and that they are changing. For example, one 30 sec, 30 sec each camera. So not that we run with them but it will automatically switch one time and then a second camera. In fact it is a camera security system that have the option of wireless and LAN cable. Is there a way to get it as imput?

Camers is like this:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Foscam-FI9900P-1080P-Full-HD-IP-Security-CCTV-Camera-Wireless-IR-/111808616059?var=&hash=item1a0850167b:m:mjwcI8nG0lytI9wBQ8HuzwQ
Mari  
#2 Posted : Sunday, August 21, 2016 11:48:16 AM(UTC)
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If you want to switch from one cam to another and back again, you can use the Playlist option in vMix. After adding all inputs (cams), you can make your Playlist and tell vMix the time to switch. Using "loop" wil restart the sequence automatically.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, August 24, 2016 12:11:26 PM(UTC)
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Here's an approach that would minimize it's impact on vMix, presenting a single source.

I have some Grandstream GXV3762 cameras that are recorded by a Grandstream GVR3550 NVR. The GVR has an HDMI output. It can cycle through the various attached cameras, displaying each on the HDMI output for a preset amount of time.

You could capture that HDMI output into vMix. You'd have a single source that was a constant cycle of cameras.

The GVR can also display a programmable grid of cameras, making it a bit like a virtual monitor wall.

There's a smaller, cheaper model of the GVR that would probably do the same thing. It just has smaller hard drive slots to received 2.5" hard drives.

It's possible that other NVRs will do this sort of thing as well.
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