IMCOM 2023 will be a hybrid conference where sessions will be both in-person and virtually hosted. The conference will use Zoom for online sessions, and use Whova platform for participant engagement. A link to create the Whova account will be sent to
all persons who completed the registration. The Whova account must be created with the email used for the registration..
During each session, the pre-recorded videos submitted by the authors will be played, followed by a live Q&A, in which the presenter of the paper must be present. The time allocated to each presentation is as follows:
All presenters must submit a pre-recorded video of their talk to the conference through the Whova platform no later than December 20, 2022 (a link to upload the video will be sent to presenters via email). The recorded video must not be longer than the specified duration mentioned above. All paper presentation must be accompanied by a signed release form
(we will request you to send us a complete release form via email as well).
Please note that the failure to upload a qualified presentation video within deadline will be considered as NO SHOW and will result in removal of your paper from conference proceeding.
- Keynote speech: 30 mins video streaming and 15 mins for live Q&A
- Regular presentation: 8 mins video streaming and 2 mins for live Q&A
- Short presentation: 5 mins video streaming and 1 min for live Q&A
- Online-poster paper: 5 mins video posted in Whova. The Q&A will be conducted through Whova text-based discussion rooms.
Video Recording Guidelines
For the first slide presentation, the presenter must use the first page template provided HERE. From the second slide, authors are free to use presentation styles. Please make sure that:
If you have questions on how to record and upload video, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The maximum file size for each type of presentation is as follows.
- The recorded video must be in .mp4 format, using h264 codec.
- The aspect ratio is 16:9
- Preferred resolution is 720p
- Presentation slides must be full-screen
- The presentation should be recorded with the camera ON
- The recorded audio must be clear
A good option to record video with high definition while maintaining affordable file size is an integrated recording feature in Zoom (free). You can share your PowerPoint screen, turn on camera and record your presentation. Note that, you can start a meeting without the need to invite any guest, and choose "Local Recording" in Settings to save your video file locally.
Please ensure that the microphone volume in the computer and light level in the room are adjusted before recording to capture the presentation in the best quality.
- Keynote speech: 300 MB
- Regular presentation: 100 MB
- Short presentation: 50 MB
- Online-poster paper: 50 MB
**Note: A complete recording guidelines with Zoom can be found HERE.