Instructions for Presenters

Instructions for uploading your poster presentation

  1. Create one slide as your poster presentation.
  2. Create a Youtube video of your poster presentation which must be no longer than 1 minute (see some tips below on how to do this). Make sure video settings are public or unlisted.
  3. Email the url of this video to Ana Lopes, email: at.lopes@sydney.edu.au, with the following:

Subject: ACSME 2021 poster

Content: Title of the poster and, in a separate line, Name of presenter

This must be emailed before September 5.

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Instructions for uploading your oral presentation

  1. Create a Youtube video of your presentation which must be no longer than 15 minutes (see some tips below on how to do this). Make sure video settings are public or unlisted.
  2. Email the url of this video to Ana Lopes, email: at.lopes@sydney.edu.au with the following:

Subject: ACSME 2021 presentation

Content: Title of the presentation and Name of presenter, and the YouTube url, all three in separate lines.

This must be emailed before September 5.

Creating a YouTube video

Some suggestions on how you can record your video, after switching off all notifications on your recording device:

  • Use your Institution’s existing software (e.g., Camtasia) and save/download the file.
  • Use Zoom (Start a meeting in Zoom > share screen > select the PowerPoint window > Start the slideshow > start the recording (record on this computer, in the menu on the top of the screen) > Stop recording when it’s done (shortcut is Alt + R or from the same part of the menu). The file automatically saves on your computer and will be available when you end the meeting. This video can then be uploaded to YouTube.
  • Use a free or licensed recording app. Screencast-O-matic is $30 for the year and one we recommend if you don’t have software provided by your workplace, or don’t have access to Zoom and will record a few more videos within the year (https://screencast-o-matic.com/plans).
  • You can also record your slideshow on PowerPoint but this needs to be converted to a video file before uploading to YouTube: File > Export > Create a Video > Select Video Quality > Use Recorded Timings and Narrations> Create Video.

Uploading to YouTube