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Display control apparatus, system, and display control method

Image Number 14 for United States Patent #7652638.

A display control apparatus having capabilities of converting multiple images to be displayed in a first site to display said multiple images in a second site. The display control apparatus includes a receiver that receives information on a noteworthy image selected from said multiple images and setup information on at least one display device installed in the second site, a determination potion that determines a difference in number of display devices installed in the first site and the number of the display devices installed in the second site, on the basis of the setup information on said at least one display device, and a conversion portion that converts the information on said multiple images to display the noteworthy image in priority, on the basis of a result determined by the determination portion and the information on the noteworthy image.

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