RTSP Camera View

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  1. Grigory

    Grigory n3wb

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    I want to introduce you the program to show the RTSP sources in one window.
    It can be useful for join different IP-Cam/IP-NVR/Analog-NVR systems to one workplace.
    If you like it, please, let me know... because I don't know, should I keep work on it, or not.

    RTSP Camera VLC Mosaic View
    github.com/grigory-lobkov/rtsp-camera-view
    is based on popular open source video viewer, called "VLC". So, you can add any stream/source, even a file.

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    Features:
    - expanding the entire window by double-clicking on the stream
    - automatic switching to high / low resolution stream
    - support for command line parameters
    - launching on the screen with the specified number, full-screen'ed
    - customizable source name
    - alert on video lost

    Thank you.
     
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  2. venturis

    venturis Young grasshopper

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    I currently use VLC to get quick access to specific camera streams without having to load up the full-blown viewer software.

    I've always wanted to be able to see multiple stream at once through VLC without running multiple instances.

    I've downloaded and will trial over the weekend.

    Any reason why you are using an older x86 version of VLC? Since Version 3.x of VLC hardware acceleration is supported which helps lower CPU usage greatly. Displaying multiple hi-res streams will be very taxing on the CPU without hardware acceleration.