IP camera license activation key for QVR Pro Gold
A Professional NVR Solution on NAS
QVR Pro allows you to create an independent and expandable surveillance environment on your NAS. With the QVR Pro API, you can create an open event platform that can integrate QVR Pro’s resources with your own applications to build the most suitable and reliable surveillance solution and make your surveillance deployment more intelligent, flexible, and secure.
Pre-allocate storage capacity and assign dedicated storage space for each camera’s recordings based on the camera’s monitoring scope and importance. You can also set the maximum and minimum recording days for individual cameras and get a usage overview of all video recording spaces at a glance.
Assign separate streaming resources and allocate dedicated storage spaces for general recordings and event recordings. This ensures that important events have more system resources. For example, recording events to an SSD can ensure optimal read and write performance to speed up event alerts to reduce your response time.
The high scalability of QNAP NAS provides key advantages to QVR Pro. When running out of recording spaces, you can expand your storage capacity by connecting expansion enclosures to your NAS or by using QNAP’s VJBOD to use the unused storage space of another QNAP NAS..
The QVR Pro Client client software can be installed on Windows® and Mac® devices or in QNAP’s HD Station on NAS, allowing you to monitor from different platforms and flexibly switch from live view or playback mode to take full control over the monitored area.
The QVR Pro Client provides a highly-customizable display panel. You can change each channel’s display ratio, arrange the display, or use the built-in display module to fulfill your surveillance needs.
The updated Region of Interest (ROI) feature supports multiple regional images from the same camera in live view and playback mode. You can define and enlarge multiple areas on the overview image with no selection limitations or additional licenses required.
The event notification provides multiple ways of being informed of emerging events, including flashing red borders of channels, alert buzzers, and the motion icon on the e-map.