The below form is for uploading your recorded Oral Presentation in mp4 format.
If you require information on the format for your uploaded Oral Presentation please see the bottom of this page for more details.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS FOR ACCEPTED AUTHORS ONLY
Presentation recording options (Accepted Authors Only)
Our recommended approach to record a compatible video from content displayed on your computer screen and voice recorded via the computer microphone, is to record the presentation using Zoom, available to users on most platforms and in most countries. Presentations should consist of a prominent view of the presentation slides combined with audio of the spoken presentation. Presentations may optionally contain a small overlayed thumbnail-size shot of the presenter’s head and shoulders.
The following links provide information on how to record your presentation on various common platforms:
Vimeo – FREE Screen Recorder (up to 2 hours – requires Chrome Browser) – About Vimeo Screen Record
Zoom: Local Recording – Zoom Help Center
WebEx: Video Conferencing – Record a Cisco Webex Meeting
Skype: Skype for Business: Recording a Meeting | Information Technology Services | Bemidji State University
Google Meet: Record a video meeting – Meet Help
Microsoft Teams: Record a meeting in Teams – Office Support
OBS Studio – Open Broadcaster Software
Tips for recording good quality videos:
- Use a quiet area to record your presentation.
- Avoid areas that have echo.
- Smaller rooms will increase video quality.
- Sound dampening is provided by carpeting, curtains, and furniture.
- Make sure your internet signal is as good as possible. An ethernet cable is recommended, but if unavailable, a strong Wi-Fi connection will be necessary.
- If possible use a good headset with a microphone close to the mouth but away from the direct line of the mouth to reduce “pops”. Where possible, avoid using default built-in microphone on computer.
- Conduct a test recording of a few minutes in length then review the sound and picture quality, MP4 format, and bit rate before recording the entire presentation.