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Multiple Camera Live Streaming Video Systems

CCTV Camera Pros supplies multi-camera systems for live video streaming on YouTube, Facebook, and other major livestream video platforms. Our systems can include a combination of up to 16 indoor and outdoor HD cameras, a video multiplexers or DVR, cables, connecters, power supplies, and an optional video broadcasting PC. Customers also have the option to build their own or use an existing PC. These systems can be used to stream on all major video streaming platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, and Periscope.

Have questions? Read our live streaming FAQ or contact us for a free consultation.

These multi-camera systems are great for broadcasters that want to stream multiple cameras and be able to control the screen display between single and multiple camera views (multiple streams on one screen). We have a variety of indoor and outdoor 1080p HD security cameras that can be used with these systems. CCTV Camera Pros builds custom systems based on your customer requirements. We can mix and match any of the cameras that we supply and provide everything that you need for a turnkey social media camera streaming system.


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HD LiveStream Multi-Camera Video System 2 Camera Live Stream Video System, 1080p HD Cameras, 16ch Multiplexer

The LS-M2 multi-camera livestream video system features:

  • (2) Indoor / Outdoor 1080p Cameras
  • 16 Channel Video Multiplexer
  • (2) 100ft Pre-Made Camera Cables
  • We can build or use your own streaming PC
  • 1080p Video Output
  • Wireless Remote Control Screen Display

Our Price: $899.99
Live Stream Video Computer Live Stream Video Computer w/ HDMI Capture Card, Streaming Software

The LS-PC1 livestream video PC features:

  • Intel® Quad Core i5 Skylake 3.2GHz
  • Stream to Facebook, YouTube, more...
  • Blackmagic Intensity Pro 4K Capture Card
  • 16GB DDR4 Ram rated @ 2133Mhz
  • Open Broadcaster Software Pre-Installed
  • Completely Built, Tested, and Guaranteed!

Our Price: $1,899.99
   
 

YouTube LiveStream with Multiple Security Cameras & Video Multiplexer

The above video is an archive of a YouTube video livestream that was broadcast with a multi-camera multiplexer system from CCTV Camera Pros.


YouTube LiveStream with Multiple Security Cameras & Surveillance DVR

The above video is an archive of a YouTube video livestream that was broadcast with a multi-camera DVR system from CCTV Camera Pros.


Multiple Camera Live Streaming FAQ

Why is a security camera company providing live streaming systems?

Since 2006, a huge part of CCTV Cameras Pros success can be attributed to the video demonstrations and instructional videos that we have created. In 2016, we started experimenting with live streaming on YouTube and Facebook. While demonstrating our surveillance systems via live stream, we realized that that the multi-camera capability of our HD CCTV DVRs and HD CCTV multiplexers work great for live streaming multiple cameras. We also found that there are very few choices available for high quality permanently installed cameras and even fewer choices for outdoor rated / weatherproof cameras that can be used for streaming. So, we decided to offer our equipment and expertise to organizations that required multiple camera solutions for online live streaming.

How many cameras do these systems support?

Up to 16 cameras depending on the multiplexer or DVR that you choose.

How many cameras can be displayed per streaming screen?

This depends on which multiplexer or DVR that you choose.

  • 4ch Quad Multiplexer - single camera, dual camera (vertical), dual camera (horizontal), 4 camera quad, 4 camera - one big on left / 3 small, picture-in-picture (PIP), single camera - auto sequence rotation
  • 16ch Multiplexer - single camera, dual camera (vertical), dual camera (horizontal), 3 camera, 4 camera quad, 4 camera - one big on left / 3 small, 6 camera, 9 camera, 16 camera, picture-in-picture (PIP), single camera - auto sequence rotation
  • iDVR-PRO4A - single camera, 4 camera quad, single camera - auto sequence rotation
  • iDVR-PRO8A - single camera, 4 camera quad, 8 camera, single camera - auto sequence rotation
  • iDVR-PRO16A - single camera, 4 camera quad, 8 camera, 16 camera, single camera - auto sequence rotation
  • iDVR-PRO8H - H model supports all modes that A model supports and also has an advanced spot monitor capability via the HDMI or VGA output.
  • iDVR-PRO16H - H model supports all modes that A model supports and also has an advanced spot monitor capability via the HDMI or VGA output.

Why do I still need a PC to stream video?

Our DVRs and multiplexers combine the video signal from multiple cameras but they can not directly send the combined signal to the streaming platforms. A PC running broadcasting software, such as Open Broadcast Software, is needed to encode the video in the format required and sends the video stream to the streaming platforms that are supported.

What is the difference between a multiplexer and DVR?

The two devices that we supply which combine the video signal from multiple cameras are DVRs and multiplexers. A multiplexer does not have any recording capability. Multiplexers just combine the video signal from multiple cameras and allow the screen display to be controlled via a remote control.

DVRs have built-in multiplexer capability but also have advanced recording capability and a built-in hard drive. We supply these same DVRs for residential, commercial, and government video surveillance systems. Our iDVR-PROs are a great choice for users that want both a video surveillance system and a video streaming system. All iDVR-PRO models give users direct access to the RTSP stream of each camera. In addition, the H series iDVR-PROs have an advanced spot monitor capability via the HDMI or VGA video out. This spot monitor capability allows the user to configure a rotating sequence of up to 16 camera views. Each view can consist of one or more cameras. The iDVR-PRO8H and iDVR-PRO16H give the most options and screen sequence automation.

How long can cables be run to the cameras?

AHD and HD-TVI cameras support RG59 coax cable runs up to 800 feet. Power drop is more of a concern than video loss. 12V DC will drop much sooner than 800 feet when using 18 gauge power cable. 24VAC power can go about 3-4x as far as 12V DC. The amount of current required depends on the camera. Please consult with us if you are concerned about how long you need to run your cable.