Admiral and Imperial Line Software
Our Windows/Mac application is a full-featured, easy to use, desktop video management software. You can combine multiple Admiral or Imperial systems, even at multiple locations, and seamlessly view and playback all through one program.
Note: Default password on Viewstation is 123456
SCW recommends at least an i5 quad-core processor and 8GB of RAM for optimum performance. More camera streams and/or higher resolution streams means more CPU and RAM are required. Click here for info on computer requirements.
For a quick setup guide click here
Note that on 1.5.0+ the program will be SCW VStation as the application name, 1.5.0 will not replace previous versions. Previous versions must be uninstalled manually if no longer desired.
Supports Internet Explorer on Windows or Safari on Mac (Only Versions Below Safari 12).
When you visit your Admiral or Imperial NVR's web view address, it will prompt you to download the appropriate plugin for your device and let you know when the plugin has been updated.
If you are having trouble downloading or installing the plugin from your device, please contact our support department before downloading these files. The NVR web-view should always have the latest version for that particular device, and these zips include multiple plugin versions for support troubleshooting. PC Plugin Versions; Mac Plugin Versions (Updated 7/18/18)
SCW Camera Tools for PC
Updated 3/12/20 (Windows Only) CameraTools will find any Admiral or Imperial Line SCW equipment connected to your network, including NVRs or IP cameras, allowing you to assign IPs and more. You shouldn't normally need to use this program; this tool is primarily used with our support team if there are issues.
VLC Player (Plays video files) PC & Mac
Quicktime on Macs may not support H.265 video from the Admiral line. VLC is a popular third-party player that supports h. 265.
View station for 32 Bit Windows
This version of View station is for 32 bit Windows. Note that performance for 32-bit systems is significantly lower than modern 64-bit computers.