I added a new camera, and I came here to report that updating the config file does not get updated. I see that you are aware of it. I will try to copy the .txt file to the appdata cache location to see if that fixes it.
Changing the properties to Run as Administrator seems to work good. When I make a change to the config file that way, it takes. Thanks for the suggestion! Me too, just like @42er, use your app everyday!Sorry about that, I really need to fix that. In the meantime the workaround is to run it as admin. You can right click and choose properties and set it to run as admin if you want to run as admin every time. Or maybe you can just run it as admin when you want to edit the config.
So I rebooted my cameras, that didn't help. The odd thing is, when I copied the rtsp string into VideoLAN network stream, it was streaming real time.I removed the program, re-install with resetting the config file and copied my settings back. I get the same thing. I then re-arranged the order to see if it only happens on cameras 1 and 2, I moved them to 3 and 4, but they still only show a still image. Hmm, maybe I need to reboot my cameras. I'll do that tonight and let you know.
It's already possible to do a little tour through specific presets of the same camera, I'll see about adding camera switching. 'Is it somehow possible, to implement a "little tour", that cameras and/or presets changes within this one windows window?
Showing time: x seconds (eg. 3 seconds)
Camera: X; Preset: X
Camera: Y; Preset: Y
Camera: Z; Preset: Z, ...
Stopbutton (or ESC) should stop at the actual view