Campus Video Review

Resi’s Campus Video Review provides simple and intuitive video stream monitoring of events and remote campuses so your team can make your events most effective.

Simple Live or Post-Event Monitoring


Timecode Event Cues for Highlights and Review


Glitch-free Stream Guaranteed Through Resi RSP

Proactive Support

Video Review Platform

Real-time Monitoring or Post-Event Review

Video Review utilizes the Resi Live Stream Platform to ensure maximum flexibility in service monitoring, whether during an event or after it’s done. Within Resi Control, instantly access real-time playback from each campus at a glance, or use a permanent embed code to display a feed from individual campuses (for example, on an intranet or password protected web page). Pause and review any point in the service using live DVR playback.

Video Review - Events
Video Review - Cues

After an event is done, access it immediately for playback easily from Control or through the campuses’ embed code, which will automatically display the most recent event.

In Control, add event cues in order to share specific points of reference with others, great for marking highlights or areas of improvement within each event.

Rock-Solid Streaming

In the same way that the Live Stream Platform provides perfect streaming even through internet interruptions, Resi’s Video Review ensures reliable monitoring of services so that you don’t miss a thing. Because of Resi’s Resilient Streaming Protocol, you can be sure of perfect, buffer and glitch-free service review before or after the event even if a campus has a complete temporary network failure.

Multiple Destinations-Dark

Campus streams may also be simulcasted to Multisite Decoders for multisite playback, or YouTube or Facebook (private or public) using one upload stream (no more bandwidth required). Because of the platform’s resiliency, you can be assured that archived files (such as streams to YouTube) will be perfect and complete, with no glitches or missing data!

Flexible Hardware Options

Video Review has flexible hardware options to meet your needs and budget. Use existing Resi PRISM campus encoders, or add one of our low-cost, portable RAY encoders to receiving sites.

Hear From Our Customers

Organizations of all types trust Resi.

Partnering with Resi has made all the difference in the world for us … we’ve served tens of thousands of customers virtually and couldn’t have done it without the team at Resi.”

-Tim Schurrer, COO, Storybrand

“Using [Resi] has allowed me to concentrate on the audience experience rather than worry about a dish, signal, redundant testing, etc. I appreciated that it was very much plug-n-play, and I know that we will continue to use Resi for every event going forward.”

-John Jones, Supervisor of Training & Development, Toyota Industrial Equipment

“It just works. The reliability has been amazing, and the tickets that we receive of ‘hey, this buffered,’ or ‘hey, this went down’ has been greatly reduced. It’s just opened us up to saying, if it really is this easy to stream to all these platforms, I think we’re just in the beginning phases of getting a wide a net as possible with our online services.”

-Frank Grand, Web Director, Newspring Church

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Resi group demos are a great way to see a full walkthrough of Resi’s streaming platforms, ask any questions that you have, and get pricing and more information for your use case. Let us know where we can send your time selection and invite. Looking forward to meeting you!


How is Resi different from other streaming providers?

There are a few reasons:

Resi’s technology enables more reliable streaming, which leads to less buffering wheels, which leads to more engagement and an exponentially larger audience over time. Resi is the only streaming provider that is able to guarantee 100% content integrity in the cloud (even through internet disruptions) by checking and re-sending data from the encoder through the Resilient Streaming Protocol (RSP). See a comparison and learn more about RSP

 Resi’s reliability is also guaranteed by our unique cloud infrastructure – rather than relying on dedicated servers, we use groundbreaking scalable cloud distribution methods that are not affected by drastic increases in traffic like other streaming providers. This means that no matter how much traffic streams may receive, Resi’s technology is able to scale dynamically to meet the need with no problems.

 Additionally, Resi is built to be an enterprise-level solution, while also being remarkably easy to use. Streams can be started with a single click or automated on a schedule. The system will also monitor your stream and will notify you if it ever detects any concerns (and our helpful Support team is standing by too).

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.

What is included in a Resi service plan?

A Resi service plan includes:

  • Streaming data transfer through Resi’s cloud CDN and cloud storage
  • Continuous service and software feature additions and improvements – we release new things often, and we never charge for updates. 
  • Phone and email support, even on weekends – we’re here if you need us
How much bandwidth do I need?

Resi’s platform ensures that every frame of video data makes it from encoders to decoders perfectly, even through inconsistencies in connection at the broadcast and receiving sites. However, in order to ensure that there are no delays causing data to get to the cloud within a reasonable delay, 2.5x your streaming bitrate is recommended for upload bandwidth at the broadcast site (and/or download bandwidth at receiving sites). When your connection experiences packet loss, this allows the encoder to re-send data (and/or decoders to re-download data) faster than real-time so your audience doesn’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. 

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