a) Please prepare your presentation in a 16:9 (landscape) format and in English language in PowerPoint. If applicable, please state any potential conflict of interest on the first or last slide of your presentation.
b) Please try to integrate your webcam during the recording so that your picture is above your presentation when discussing the recording. Alternatively, you can also include an image of you in the presentation so that you are visible on all slides if possible.
c) Please be aware of the presented amount of time! You can find your lecture time at the online programme
d) Please record your talk. You are free to choose the programme for recording your contribution. We recommend Microsoft PowerPoint from 2019 or Office 365 for recording your contribution with a webcam, which works on Mac or Windows. You can find an instructional video for this under the following link:
> To the tutorial
In older versions of Microsoft PowerPoint, only sound can be recorded. You can find instructions for this under the following link:
> Click here for sound only recording
In addition, the following services can be used:
- OBS saves your presentation locally on your computer. It is an open source recording tool. Since the tool can also be used for live streaming, the handling is a bit more complicated. However, it is worth installing it if you need to record lectures more often in the future.
> To the tutorial
> To download OBS
- LOOM stores your recording(s) on servers in the cloud. With this program you can record lectures up to 5 minutes for free (perfect for ePoster lectures with speaking time up to 5min). However, a one-time 14-day trial version can be used to create unlimited videos (without automatic subscription). For Windows and Mac.
Note: the activation page is somewhat hidden. Just follow this link:
> To download LOOM
- Mac users can record their contribution using QuickTime Player. However, no webcam can be integrated here.
> To the instructions