Cycle / rotate which camera is being viewed

First of all I really like the multi-camera view.

However I also like to have one camera being shown full screen on my 10" Android screen. Would it be possible to set it up so it would (at a user defined time period) cycle through different cameras in a user defined order?

Love this idea as I use mine as baby monitors between a two year old and my 4 month old in diffrent rooms. I like to see this as an option!!!

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A feature I would love to see would be a sequence feature. For example, let’s say you have 4 cameras in a group, you would set up a sequence subgroup with 2 cameras. The app would load those two cameras but only show 1 of them fullscreen for a selectable period of time, let’s say 10 seconds, then it would switch to the second feed flawlessly then back after 10 seconds. Our security cameras at my job have this and it very helpful. Sorry if something like this has already been posted. I couldn’t find anything about it searching the terms I searched for.

a way to make the cameras switch back and forth automatically. We were planning on using them as baby monitors but need them to switch every 30 seconds or so on their own from room to room because I can’t be going in and out manually through the night.

Make a viewing option that takes select cameras live feeds and rotated through them.

Camera 1 shows it’s feed on screen for 10 seconds. Camera 2 then shows its feed for 10 seconds. Camera 3, Camera 4, then back to Camera 1 and so on and so forth forever, until the user closes the viewing option.

An ability to choose which cameras to include in rotation as well as how long to show their views would be nice. This would be useful for someone like me who uses this as a security system and has a dedicated tablet used solely for the system. I’d like to display my various feeds while in bed at night.

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I like to leave the multi-camera view active on my cellphone so I can see the moment any activity is occurring on multiple cameras. But I FEAR screen burn-in for camera views with very little screen activity. Can we get an option in the software to do ANYTHING to prevent screen burn-in. My suggestion is to rotate the cameras positions every 60 seconds. So, that the view is never the same for long. Another idea is to simply flash the views with a randomly generated set of pixels that prevents the screen burn-in. Although, this one might not be the best idea. I’ll leave it up to the experts to figure this out. But please do something to address the issue. Screen burn-in is a horrible symptom to be stuck with if it can be prevented!