Recording your presentation
As TTASS 2021 is this year an online summer school, we ask all the accepted speakers to submit a recording of their presentation, which will be presented at the summer school with live Q&A. To make the recording process as convenient as possible, there will be two different methods to record your presentation with. A high quality recording is a top priority for the organizing committee, so if you run into problems please don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com for assistance.
While there are different guidelines shown below for how to implement all two methods, there are also general rules that apply to all presentations:
- The maximum length of a presentation is 20 minutes (25 minutes for keynote speakers). A recording that is longer will have to be remade.
- The audio quality has to be at an acceptable level. Please listen to your own recording to make sure your audio is clear.
- All recordings will be checked by the organizing committee and, where necessary, edited for a camera-ready version.
A template for the Powerpoint presentation can be downloaded here.
The deadline for sending in your recording is 10.06.2020
As the recorded files will be bigger than you are able to attach to an e-mail, please use a file transfer service (i.e WeTransfer) to forward the recordings to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are three different methods to record your presentation with:
1) Recording your presentation using Microsoft Powerpoint. Instruction on how to do this can be found in a .pdf file (click here), and is illustrated in the video below.
2) Recording your presentation using OBS (Open Broadcaster Software). Instruction on how to do this can be found in a .pdf file (click here), and is illustrated in the video below.