Because I use Android phones running IP Webcam as security cameras, I can connect to them remotely with TeamViewer to see what's going on with each device.
SmartTiles would show each camera's video feed, and I could see on the phone that IP Webcam's "Video connections" would go from 0 to 1. When I switched SmartTiles dashboards, IP Webcam would reflect that "Video connections" went back to 0. All good.
With ActionTiles, if I open the panel with my video feeds, each IP Webcam (there are 4) will go from 0 to 1. All good.
If I click on one of the video feeds, it opens it up in a larger view. The IP Webcam now says "Video connections" is 2. Not a great use of bandwidth, but I can live with it.
When I close the larger view, IP Webcam does not decrement the video connections back to 1. In fact, each time I open a camera in larger view, it creates a new IP Webcam stream, but the stream never goes away. After a few days I can end up with 5 or 6 streams, multiplied by 4 cameras, and the network gets laggy.
If I close the ActionTiles browser tab, then the "Video connections" finally decrement back to 0, so something in ActionTiles is keeping old video streams alive.
Can you please help?
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