VideoPerception Launches Innovative Online Video Application for Educators

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CampusVP, Web-based Video Application for Educators in K-12 and Higher Education Opens Up Creation and Delivery of Streaming Video

VideoPerception, ( an Application Services Provider of end-to-end Web-based Video Solutions, today announced the release of CampusVP, a web-based application for anytime/anywhere streaming video creation and delivery. Designed to let teachers easily create and add streaming video to websites, online courses and email, CampusVP effectively solves the high cost and complexities of streaming video production and delivery in education.

“By simplifying the production process, CampusVP allows any teacher with a camcorder or webcam to add online video to their course website or learning management system (LMS),” said Kevin Rundblad, President/CEO of VideoPerception. “What formerly took days or weeks with the combination of videographers, IT personnel and in-house media servers, now takes only minutes with CampusVP. It is very likely the fastest and easiest streaming video production on the market.”

CampusVP offers video creation, management and delivery mechanisms, including:

  •     In-Browser Video Capture, Upload, and Mail-In Service
  •     Unlimited “anytime/anywhere” web accounts
  •     Simple integration of video into Web pages
  •     Multiplatform streaming video delivery to PC or MAC
  •     Support for dial-up or broadband connections
  •     Protocol Rollover for streaming through firewalls
  •     Administrative Dashboard for organizational account statistics

CampusVP is a fully hosted ASP solution, so organizations incur zero upfront investment in Media Servers, IT Personnel, and Network Bandwidth. Instead of organizations spending hundreds of thousands to develop media infrastructure in-house, CampusVP allows organizations to purchase access to any bandwidth level of VideoPerception’s “Media Infrastructure Network”. Providing a seamless integration of the online video production process (capture, encoding, management, delivery), VideoPerception’s network functions behind the scenes to handle the technical complexities, and thus allows a layperson to produce online media without specific online media expertise. This system provides significant cost reductions and far greater flexibility for any organization interested in delivering online video.

Browser-based Video Capture and Clip Management

A key differentiation from other streaming video services is that CampusVP provides instant video capture/encoding and web-based accounts for all users in the organization.

“This means that a teacher can capture video directly to VideoPerception’s Media Servers and deliver it even if they are traveling”, said Andy Zhao, Vice President of Product Technologies. “The whole reason for developing CampusVP is to open up online video creation to any teacher who has a camcorder or webcam, and let them produce from anywhere they have an internet connection.”

With an emphasis on the simplicity of a web-based production tool, and a truly economical approach to allowing organizations to create their own instant IP video networks, CampusVP offers an innovative solution for decentralizing the production and delivery of video online. CampusVP allows organizations of any size to utilize streaming video in their websites and learning modules.


CampusVP Service Plans with instant browser-based capture, file upload and mail-in service, start at $999 per year for organizations (unlimited user accounts for all plans).

For more information on CampusVP and a 30 day free trial:

VideoPerception will be at the T+L2 Conference in Denver, CO, Oct. 27-29 2004. On-site demonstrations will be available at booth 963 on the Exhibits Floor.

About VideoPerception

VideoPerception is a private, Colorado-based Application Service Provider of Online Video Solutions for organizations, and is a wholly owned division of Inner Signal Inc.

VideoPerception Contacts:


Phone: 720-249-2775

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