In the online conference, all presentations must be prepared in advance using some software of video making. A few suggestions of free and paid software are given below, but other options can be used as well.
The video of each accepted paper should last between 10 and 15 minutes. It is not necessary that the author appears in the video; only the slide presentation itself needs to be displayed together with the oral exposition, which must be delivered in the English language.
There are no mandatory requirements regarding the layout of the slide presentation, but it is necessary that it follows the standard rules of technical conference presentations.
The videos of all papers accepted for presentation in ENCIT 2020 will be accessible via YouTube.
After the video is prepared, it should be uploaded in one of the author’s YouTube account; the link to watch the video must be informed by the author in the ABCM conference management system.
Please, see instructions below.
Only papers that are presented at the conference will be published in the proceedings of ENCIT 2020. To avoid “no-show” in the conference, which would cause the paper to be withdrawn of the proceedings, it is necessary to meet the requirements below:
(i) The YouTube link of the paper presentation must be informed by the author in the ABCM conference management system up to October 31, 2020. See instructions below.
(ii) The presentation must last between 10 and 15 minutes, and follow the standards of conference presentations.
(iii) During the period of the conference (November 16 to 20, 2020), the comments resource of the video in YouTube should be turned on; all technical questions and comments made by the viewers should be answered by the authors during the conference.
Instructions for Video Preparation and Youtube Uplodad
1) Suggestions of software for video making
IOS – Quicktime
IOS or Windows – OBS Studio
IOS or Windows – Adobe Captivate
2) To submit the web link of the video in the ABCM conference management system
2.1) First, the video must be uploaded in YouTube. For this, the author needs a Google account to login in YouTube. Then, the video can be uploaded by clicking the icon of the camera in right upper corner. Important: (i) In the “Privacy Settings” drop-down menu, choose the setting “Public” for the
video; and (ii) Make sure to enable the comments.
2.2) After the video is available in YouTube, copy and paste the web link of the video in the designated space in the ABCM conference management system.