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Hey all, though i've been lurking for quite a while here, this is my first post. I don't know if this is the right place, but here goes. I work for a college center that is trying to install a new video surveillance system. We've got about 30 offices needing to be outfitted. It's used to record interviews (both the interviewer and the interviewee) for later review.
Ideally, we'd like them to have two cameras in each office (usu. a 15'x15' space), recording to the same video file (so we could watch the different angles at the same time on each feed, splitscreen style). It wouldn't be a constantly running system, recording about 50 minute intervals for 5-6 hours a day. Preferably a central storage solution, but having a tower in each room wouldn't be awful.
My only idea right now is building a mini-tower and throwing on a couple webcams--so anything even slightly more professional than that would be great.
Also, any suggestions on software that can do that (multiple angles in one feed) would be great, too.
Deadline is not for a couple of weeks, so i've got some time (and a small budget) to do some research.