I agree with Jens, the only way to achieve your need is by using Cisco TC Console. With TC Console, you can put more than one video input in the same video frame, so that you can send two video inputs in the main channel and one another video input in the content channel, or vice versa, for example.
In the below example, when you start sharing presentation, you will have INPUT 1 and 2 sent in the main channel and presentation in the content channel:
I hope this help.
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