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Qnap Surveillance Station Pro: Why You Need a License and How to Crack It



Qnap Surveillance Station Pro: A Comprehensive Surveillance Solution for QNAP NAS




If you own a QNAP NAS device and want to set up a professional network surveillance system, you may want to check out Qnap Surveillance Station Pro. This is a network video recorder (NVR) software that leverages the powerful storage features of the QNAP NAS. With Qnap Surveillance Station Pro, you can easily manage and monitor multiple IP cameras on a real-time basis using web browsers or HDMI displays. You can also record, playback, and analyze video footage from your cameras and receive alarm notifications when events occur.




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In this article, we will introduce you to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro and show you how to install, configure, and use it on your QNAP NAS device. We will also compare it with other surveillance solutions for QNAP NAS devices and answer some frequently asked questions.


Features of Qnap Surveillance Station Pro




Qnap Surveillance Station Pro is an upgraded version of the Turbo NAS surveillance solution that provides enhanced and additional features for users who need a reliable and flexible surveillance system. Some of the features of Qnap Surveillance Station Pro are:


  • Support for over 1000 camera models: You can choose from a wide range of IP camera brands and models that are compatible with Qnap Surveillance Station Pro. You can also adjust the PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) functions of supported cameras directly from the web interface.



  • Flexible camera control: You can customize your own layouts and views for different monitoring purposes and locations. You can also set up preset positions and auto-cruising for PTZ cameras and define virtual cameras from high-resolution cameras.



  • Cross-browser support: You can access Qnap Surveillance Station Pro from any web browser that supports HTML5, such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge. You don't need to install any plug-ins or clients on your computer.



  • Intelligent video analytics (IVA): You can use various video analysis tools to enhance your surveillance efficiency and accuracy. For example, you can use motion detection, face detection, tampering detection, missing object detection, foreign object detection, etc.



  • E-map visual aid: You can upload an image of your surveillance area and drag and drop your camera icons onto it. This helps you visualize the layout of your IP cameras and quickly locate them when needed.



  • VMobile app: You can download the VMobile app on your smartphone or tablet and monitor your surveillance system on the go. You can view live feeds, playback recordings, receive push notifications, control PTZ cameras, etc.



Installation of Qnap Surveillance Station Pro




To use Qnap Surveillance Station Pro on your QNAP NAS device, you need to install the Qnap Surveillance Station Pro software and activate the license keys. Here are the steps to do so:


  • Install the Qnap Surveillance Station Pro software: You can install the Qnap Surveillance Station Pro software from the QTS App Center on your QNAP NAS device. Simply search for "Surveillance Station Pro" and click on the "Install" button. Alternatively, you can download the QPKG file from the QNAP website and manually install it on your QNAP NAS device.



  • Activate the license keys: You need to purchase and activate the license keys to use Qnap Surveillance Station Pro. Each license key allows you to add one IP camera to your surveillance system. You can purchase the license keys from the QNAP online store or from authorized resellers. To activate the license keys, you need to log in to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro and go to "License Management". Then, click on "Add License" and enter the license key and a note. You can also import or export license keys from a file.



After installing the software and activating the license keys, you are ready to configure your surveillance system.


Configuration of Qnap Surveillance Station Pro




To configure your surveillance system, you need to add and set up your IP cameras, adjust the recording settings, define the alarm events and actions, and customize the system settings. Here are the steps to do so:


  • Add and set up your IP cameras: You can add your IP cameras to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro by using the "Camera Configuration" wizard. You can either search for your cameras automatically or manually enter their information. You can also edit or delete your cameras later. After adding your cameras, you can adjust their settings, such as video format, resolution, frame rate, bitrate, etc.



  • Adjust the recording settings: You can configure the recording settings for each camera or for all cameras at once. You can choose between continuous recording, scheduled recording, or event recording. You can also set up recording parameters, such as pre-record time, post-record time, file size limit, etc.



  • Define the alarm events and actions: You can set up alarm events and actions for each camera or for all cameras at once. You can choose from various event types, such as motion detection, face detection, tampering detection, etc. You can also define the event regions and sensitivity levels. For each event type, you can assign different actions, such as sending an email, playing a sound, triggering a relay output, etc.



  • Customize the system settings: You can customize the system settings for Qnap Surveillance Station Pro by using the "System Configuration" wizard. You can change the general settings, such as language, date and time format, password policy, etc. You can also configure the network settings, such as port number, proxy server, DDNS service, etc. You can also manage the storage space and backup options for your recordings.



After configuring your surveillance system, you are ready to monitor and playback your video footage.


Monitoring and Playback of Qnap Surveillance Station Pro




You can monitor and playback your video footage from multiple cameras and servers using Qnap Surveillance Station Pro. You have two options to do so:


  • Web interface: You can access Qnap Surveillance Station Pro from any web browser that supports HTML5. You can use the "Live View" function to watch live feeds from your cameras and control their PTZ functions. You can also use the "Playback" function to search and play back recordings from your cameras. You can filter the recordings by date, time, event type, etc.



  • HDMI display: You can connect your QNAP NAS device to an HDMI display and use a USB keyboard and mouse to operate Qnap Surveillance Station Pro. You can use the same functions as in the web interface, such as live view and playback. You can also use a remote control (sold separately) to switch between different views and modes.



In addition to these options, you can also use the QVR Pro Client software or the VMobile app for remote monitoring of your surveillance system.


Alternatives to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro




Qnap Surveillance Station Pro is not the only surveillance solution for QNAP NAS devices. There are other options that you may want to consider depending on your needs and preferences. Some of these alternatives are:


  • QVR Pro: This is another NVR software developed by QNAP that provides similar features as Qnap Surveillance Station Pro, such as support for over 5000 camera models, cross-platform support, E-map, IVA, etc. However, QVR Pro has some advantages over Qnap Surveillance Station Pro, such as dedicated storage space, independent recording and playback performance, flexible camera management, and integration with QNAP apps and services. You can install QVR Pro from the QTS App Center or download it from the QNAP website.



  • Zoneminder: This is a free and open-source NVR software that can run on Linux-based systems, including QNAP NAS devices. Zoneminder supports most IP cameras and webcams and provides features such as motion detection, event notification, time-lapse recording, etc. However, Zoneminder may require more technical skills and manual configuration than Qnap Surveillance Station Pro or QVR Pro. You can install Zoneminder from the QTS App Center or download it from the Zoneminder website.



  • Shinobi: This is another free and open-source NVR software that can run on various platforms, including QNAP NAS devices. Shinobi supports a wide range of IP cameras and video formats and provides features such as object detection, face recognition, license plate recognition, etc. However, Shinobi may also require more technical skills and manual configuration than Qnap Surveillance Station Pro or QVR Pro. You can install Shinobi from the QTS App Center or download it from the Shinobi website.



These are some of the alternatives to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro that you may want to explore. You can compare their features, performance, compatibility, and user-friendliness and choose the one that suits your needs best.


Conclusion




Qnap Surveillance Station Pro is a comprehensive surveillance solution for QNAP NAS devices that allows you to easily set up and manage a network surveillance system with multiple IP cameras. You can monitor and playback your video footage from web browsers or HDMI displays and use various video analysis tools to enhance your surveillance efficiency and accuracy. You can also use the VMobile app or the QVR Pro Client software for remote monitoring of your surveillance system.


However, Qnap Surveillance Station Pro is not the only option for surveillance on QNAP NAS devices. You can also try other solutions such as QVR Pro, Zoneminder, or Shinobi depending on your preferences and requirements. You can compare their pros and cons and decide which one is best for you.


We hope this article has given you some useful information about Qnap Surveillance Station Pro and its alternatives. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us.


FAQs




Here are some common questions that users may have about Qnap Surveillance Station Pro:


  • How many cameras can I add to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro?: You can add up to 80 cameras to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro depending on your license keys and NAS model. You can check the compatibility list of NAS models and camera channels here:



  • How much storage space do I need for recording?: The storage space required for recording depends on various factors, such as video format, resolution, frame rate, bitrate, recording mode, etc. You can use the storage calculator tool here: to estimate the storage space needed for your cameras.



  • How can I backup my recordings?: You can backup your recordings to another location on your NAS device, to an external device (such as a USB drive or an eSATA device), or to a remote server (such as another NAS device or a cloud service). You can use the "Backup" function in Qnap Surveillance Station Pro to set up backup tasks and schedules.



  • How can I upgrade from Turbo NAS surveillance solution to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro?: You can upgrade from Turbo NAS surveillance solution to Qnap Surveillance Station Pro by following these steps:



  • How can I get technical support for Qnap Surveillance Station Pro?: You can get technical support for Qnap Surveillance Station Pro by contacting the QNAP support team via email, phone, live chat, or online form. You can also visit the QNAP forum or the QNAP wiki for more information and resources.



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