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Old 19 Jun 2015, 03:25 AM   #1
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Default Panoramic video with multiple USB cameras

I have looked everywhere I can think of, search engines and on here, but I still haven't found what I'm looking for. The concept seems simple enough to me. I want to take the video input from parallel-mounted USB cameras and merge them into one very wide video stream. I accept that to achieve vertical video presence through the entire processed stream, some of the horizontal resolution will have to be cut, and maybe there are program adjustments to align the camera inputs instead of the program sucking up cycles trying to automatically adjust each frame in real time, unless I somehow am able to unrealistically line up every camera perfectly. I have seen and tested quite a few side-by-side multi-cam programs, and none of them do it. They all process the video and display the results separately, even if in one stream, instead of actually merging the displays like a static panoramic photographic program does. Does anybody know of a program that can actually do this?
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