GUIDELINES FOR VIRTUAL PRESENTATION RECORDING
We have 60+ virtual participants from 17 countries and 14 different time zones. For everyone’s convenience, the organizing committee has decided to proceed with recorded presentations. The conference organizers will upload all presentations to a dedicated “CITC-12 Global” YouTube Channel. These presentations will be available to CITC-12 participants as well as global academic community and industry.
The virtual participants can still participate in the live conference and attend key conference events, workshops, and in-person presentations. Zoom links will be available on our website on May 16th. All conference events will also be recorded and posted on the YouTube Channel.
The official language of the conference is English.
All presentation including discussion and submissions shall be made in English.
Instruction for Oral Presentations
All presentations by “virtual participants” will be pre-recorded by the presenter and uploaded to a designated Dropbox folder by May 16th.
Duration: up to 10 minutes.
File Format: MP4
Preferred Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Preferred Font: Arial or Helvetica
Upload Deadline: May 16th (midnight USA-EST)
Please include your paper ID e-mail address in the title slide.
Presentation Upload Link:
Please click here to upload your presentation.
You may also copy and paste following URL into your web browser:
Instructions for Recording
Method 1 - Zoom
The easiest way to prepare your presentation video will be to subscribe to the free version of Zoom and use it to record your presentation video. A 10 minute presentation should be well below 100MB. See video instructions below.
Method 2 - PPT Export Video
Alternately, you can use Voice-over-PowerPoint (available in PowerPoint 2016 & 2019) and create a PPTSX file. Then Export to MP4 (or MPEG-4). Note the generated MP4 by PPT Save-As is typically quite large and may need to be compressed. Be sure to verify that the audio is included as there have been problems with PPT recordings. See the Microsoft support article here.
Method 3 – Video Camera or Phone
Record your talk in a presentation room using a video camera or phone.
Please check the recording for quality and understandability, and for timing, as it needs to fit into the specified duration. We recommend using a headset so you won’t get laptop fan noise etc. in the recording.
CITC-12 YouTube Channel
Channel Name: CITC-12 Global