I'm currently capturing a live feed from a 1080p IP camera and getting it to show on 4 PC monitors using dual-monitor video cards in each PC. This works very well, good quality and no latency. Is there a way to get this same feed to show on up to 50 PC monitors? The camera and software we have now maxes out at 4 PCs. I've heard a lot of conflicting info so not sure what direction to go in. I do not need to go with an IP camera if HDMI is an alternative. (sorry for my lack of correct terms here, limited video knowledge).
We do want to be able to continue to get the video feed into each PC and using Windows extended desktop, have it displayed on a 2nd monitor for each PC. Currently we use Internet Explorer as a shell to carry the video and no problems with that.
Thanks for any information you can provide.
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The term is "IP multi-casting". You will need routers as well as servers that specifically support this. It may be expensive, though I doubt it would be as expensive as an HDMI-based distribution hub.
Thanks for the multicasting direction. It looks like the way to go for this application.