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Hello, I'd like to set up 2 USB cameras, and be able to view the stereo output in realtime on a viewer which supports HDMI side-by-side and Frame-packed 3D at 1280x720.
Is there any software that will allow me to do this? That is, take output from 2 USB cameras and generate HDMI 3D output on the fly? Do i need additional hardware to accomplish this?
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I can think of one way. Using a laptop, input both streams into Bino (possibly, I think the streams can be mapped in from Bino Ream Me: To play live video from a webcam or TV card, you can set up a streaming server using ffserver (part of FFmpeg) or vlc, and then give the appropriate URL to Bino. You can use multicast to stream the video to multiple systems efficiently. ).

Then output both streams via HDMI frame packing or other method. However, note that the cameras would not be in sync unless you were using a 3D camera or two genlocked cameras.

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