Live Stream Platform

Choose a Streaming Method:

Getting started with Resi’s Live Stream Platform is easy. First, choose your streaming method – one of Resi’s hardware encoders (most reliable), ProPresenter Stream, or Upload & Automate.

Hardware Encoder

Resi Encoders

The best way to stream to web.

Encoders are physical units with SDI & HDMI inputs on hardware dedicated for streaming. This will result in higher reliability and quality than software-based encoding. We recommend this if budget allows.

ProPresenter Stream

Designed for accessibility, use hardware that you already have and stream from Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter application with the reliability and resiliency of Resi’s platform.

Learn more about ProPresenter Stream.

Upload and Automate

Upload and Automate Product

Upload video files to Resi’s easy-to-use Control site and schedule your events to play back as one-time or recurring simulated live streams from the cloud.

Learn more about Upload & Automate

Do you have a unique setup, or do you want to talk to a human?


What is an encoder? Why do I need one?

An encoder is a device, whether hardware or software, that will take a video input from a source (such as a camera or switcher) and send it to the cloud for distribution and viewing. Most utilize unreliable protocols which send video data to the cloud like a laser beam, resulting in buffering, glitching, and dropped frames due to even minimal packet loss.

Resi is the first system that can provide 100% video delivery without interruptions. To do this, we take advantage of the Resilient Streaming Protocol, which unlike RTMP or other protocols such as SRT or Zixi, takes advantage of a local cache in order to check and re-send data until video content is verified as perfect. This is what makes Resi unique and is only available through Resi’s hardware encoders or ProPresenter Stream encoder.

How much bandwidth do I need to stream?

Resi’s platform ensures that every frame of video data makes it to viewers before they see it, resulting in a perfect viewing experience without buffering even if the connection at the broadcast site is inconsistent. However, in order to ensure that there are no delays causing data to get to the cloud within the RSP backup cache, 2.5x your bitrate is recommended for upload bandwidth at the broadcast site. When your connection experiences packet loss, this allows the encoder to re-send data to the cloud faster than real-time so your viewers don’t notice a thing!


For typical resolutions, this means:


720p: 4-8Mbps

1080p: 10-12Mbps


Don’t have this? Most likely you can still stream. Contact us to talk about your setup.