Did you know that with Synology Surveillance Station you have complete control over all connected clients that can remotely view your Video Surveillance Cameras? If for some reason you want to restrict access to some devices, you can instantly terminate the connection to a particular client in just a few simple steps. STEP 1 Please … Read more about Synology: Surveillance Station Client Management
When you download a pre-recorded video from your Synology NAS or NVR via Surveillance Station it will automatically be downloaded in the .mp4 file format. But if you prefer the .avi file format instead of the .mp4, you can manually change the format so that all your future videos will be downloaded in the .avi … Read more about Synology: Download Video From Surveillance Station in .avi Format
Did you know that you can add action rules to Synology Surveillance Station? When you go for a powerful video surveillance system such as the Synology Surveillance Station app, you get to enjoy privacy, complete control and a range of interesting and useful features. For example, you can create action rules for your cameras to … Read more about Synology: Add Action Rule in Surveillance Station
Did you know that Synology Surveillance Station lets you live stream on YouTube? If you’re using Surveillance Station for video surveillance, you can live stream one of your camera feeds on YouTube. Synology’s Surveillance Station allows live streaming to YouTube through a package called “Live Broadcast“. In today’s guide I’ll show you, step by step, … Read more about Synology: Live Broadcast With Surveillance Station
Synology Surveillance Station is a web-based application that can manage IP cameras to safeguard your home or office environment. With Surveillance Station, you can watch and record live view videos, set up scheduled recording, playback recorded events via web browser, VisualStation, or mobile device for remote monitoring. Notifications can also be sent to you whenever … Read more about Can I Run Surveillance Station on My Synology NAS?