Presenting at PIMRC 2020
To ensure PIMRC 2020 runs smoothly while maintaining levels of interactivity we will be running technical sessions as a blend of live & pre-recorded content. Each Presenter will be required to upload a pre-recorded video of their presentation by the 17th August. Presenters will be expected to attend their allocated live-session where their pre-recorded video will be shown (If the presenter wishes they may present live). Following each presentation, a live Q&A will take place. Attendees will be requested to attend their session 10 minutes before the scheduled start time to test their microphone level and meet the session chair.
Preparing your Pre-Recorded Presentation
- A link will be sent to registered Authors/Presenters to upload their pre-recorded presentation from the 10th August.
- Pre-recorded presentations should be recorded at a maximum of 14 minutes, this duration will allow for 4 minutes of live questions.
- We request pre-recorded presentations are a file size of approximately 150 MB and must be less the 200mb.
- Presentation videos must be in MP4 format – please do not try to upload PowerPoint or PDF files.
- All papers (whether you wish to present live or not) must submit a pre-recorded presentation by the 17th August and attend their live Q&A, failure to do so will be considered as a no-show, and be subject to ComSoc rules in which IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore).
- Duration: 12-14 minutes
- File size: 150 MB (preferred), 200 MB (maximum)
- Dimensions: Minimum height 480 pixels
- Suggested Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Videos cannot have any sort of watermark
- Ensure your webcam image does not overlap any significant portion of the presentation.
- Audio must be clear (make sure there is no noise around you, or use headphones with a microphone to ensure a better audio quality)
It is suggested that you record your presentation using a method that captures both your slides, and yourself presenting.
The following link from IEEEtv gives a tutorial on how to record your presentation using the Zoom client.