June 29 - July 2, 2021

Virtual Conference

ECC21

June 29 - July 2, 2021

Virtual Conference

ECC21

Video Recording Information

At the ECC2021 each paper presentation in regular and invited sessions will be in the form of a pre-recorded video.  Authors are expected to attend the streaming of their own presentation and to be available to answer questions via chat during the 15 minutes presentation and verbally during the subsequent 5 minutes Q&A session. The video’s must be uploaded to the PaperCept website and emailed to ECC2021-uploads@tudelft.nl , the deadline is June 10.

Release form

A release form granting permission to host the presentation video online (to be accessed by the virtual conference attendees) must be uploaded alongside with the presentation video.

Video File Requirements

Please use the following guidelines to prepare your video:

*Video length regular and invited papers: 15 minutes
*File size limit for regular/invited/tutorial papers: 100MB file
*File format: mp4
*Minimum height: 480 pixels
*Video aspect ratio: 16:9

Presentations can be shorter than the indicated time, providing more time for questions and discussion.

Except for the above duration and digital constraints, the form of the presentation is left free (though please be sure the video includes the title of the paper, the authors, and a mention to ECC2021).

Recording Suggestions

There are many options to record your video. Zoom is a popular and easy to use option. You can create a meeting, share the screen (your slides), activate the camera of your laptop of computer and then press “record”. More information about this option can be found here:  Local recording – Zoom Help Center

Other options are Vimeo, Loom or the app Explain EDU for I-pad users.

General suggestions for recording and uploading your presentation

  • It is highly recommended to record the presenter’s face, but make sure the slides remain visible.
  • The required 16:9 aspect ratio works best with a 4:3 aspect radio of the slides because it allows enough room for a thumbnail of the speaker at the side of the slides.
  • Make sure to record the whole screen
  • Set a timer on your smartphone to keep track of your presentation time
  • Check the file size and make sure it is max. 100 MB. You can use a compression tool to reduce the size, for instance FreeConvert or HandBrake.
  • Start to upload in time. The video file may take a long time to transfer.

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