Yes, another question about video streams. Apologies, but it's the one thing stopping me from using AT as a panel on an android tablet
I've got a MJPEG stream running for an IP camera. It's actually an RSTP stream being converted via motionEye on a Pi3, but I'm not sure that's related to the issue.
If I add the MJPEG stream as a tile, everything works fine until I click on the stream to enlarge it. Once I do that, the stream stops, and closing the enlarged view doesn't restart the smaller view in the tile. It's just stuck.
I read about Chrome having a hard limit on sockets (https://support.actiontiles.com/communities/12/topics/1295-full-screen-video-stop-popping-up-after-used-once), and there seems to have been a related change in an AT release a while back (https://support.actiontiles.com/communities/12/topics/2040-release-v662-media-tile-video-stream-stability-enhancements) -
close video stream prior to zoom in order to save concurrent sockets
So, I tried Firefox and Edge, and they handle the zoom/close scenario perfectly. So it does seem to be a Chrome thing.
My aim was to use Fully Browser on an android tablet as a kiosk, but that basically uses Chrome so has the same issue. I can use firefox on the tablet but I can't come up with a firefoxy-way of running a decent kiosk experience.
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