Video Instruction

The DEADLINE for submitting

Pre-Recorded Video 

is: May 30, 2020

Author Video Upload Guide

All IWCMC 2020 accepted papers will be presented virtually during the conference week of June 15 – 19, 2020.

During the actual presentations on June 15 – 19, 2020, at least one author will need to be available online after their videos are played to answer Q&A from conference participants moderated by the respective Session Chairs.

Talks will be pre-recorded and submitted as MP4 video files to be replayed during the conference.

To upload your pre-recorded video (.mp4) to EDAS:

    • First log onto EDAS and click on your accepted paper.
    • Under: “Presentation Upload” right below the submitted “Final Manuscript”.

    • Click the cloud icon and upload your video presentation by May 30, 2020.

Please observe the following guidelines when preparing video files of your talk:

  • Duration of video files:
    • Regular papers: 10 minutes
    • Keynotes: 45 minutes
    • Tutorials: 3 to 4 Hours.
  • File Format: MPEG-4 (.mp4) file (use the normal H.264 video and AAC audio codecs)
  • Video Size: HD (1280 x 720 or other “720p” setting)
  • Audio Quality: please double check your files before submitting to make sure the audio is clear and audible!

Instructions For Video Recordings

Videos should contain a prominent view of the presentation slides along with audio of the spoken presentation. Optionally videos may contain a shot of the speaker’s head for increased engagement. (This shot should be thumbnail-sized and overlayed on the slide images as shown HERE). A presentation software allows recording audio and video directly in the application and can export appropriate video files. Please see the notes below for detailed instructions for PowerPoint and. If you use a different application, please see the notes under Other Options.

 PowerPoint

  1. Follow these instructions to add audio (and optionally video) to your slides.
  2. Follow these instructions to generate a MPEG-4 (.mp4) file from your slides and audio/video.
  3. Alternatively, you can follow this video tutorial which goes through both of these steps. Also, see this video tutorial if you like.

Other Options

  1. Record your screen (and microphone) while giving the presentation. There are effective and free options to do this on Linux, macOS, and Windows.
  2. As a last resort, and only if you are comfortable directly editing video, you can export your slides as images, record an audio track, and combine the two using software like kdenlive, iMovie, or others.

Do not hesitate to contact us (info@iwcmc.org) if you are unsure of how to generate your presentation video.