We kindly ask all authors, session chairs and PC Members to create a
personal Zoom account and download the Zoom client application
(available for Windows, MacOS and Linux) since using Zoom from web
browsers can pose some problems according to our experience.
In the next coming days, all of you will be receiving an email with the
Zoom link to the virtual event. Please check your spam folder if you have
not received it. If you have any problem, please get in touch
Finally, we would like to emphasize that by joining the LARS/SBR Zoom
sessions as a published work presenter, as a session chair, or as a PC
Member, you agree with streaming and publishing all video content
related to the Zoom presentations, including those with images of
yourself, and also on Youtube channels streaming LARS live videos.
Instructions for video presentation:
In order to avoid presentation issues during the event it is imperative
that you send us a video presentation, that will be used if you can't be
there. In the last event, some authors also prefered to use the videos
instead of live presenting so they could focus on answer questions or
chat with the participants during the presentation.
To prepare you video presentation please follow these instructions:
Step 1) Prepare a video (MP4 H.264 1080p) of a maximum of 12 minutes
with an overview of your work, summarizing the methodology and results.
This video will be made available for all conference attendees.
IMPORTANT: Do not include in your videos any content that cannot be
distributed (e.g., copyrighted photos or music from the internet). It is
best not to use any background music. See below for the Technical
details on the video file format.
Step 2) Upload your video to Jems in the "Video presentation" file
Step 3) Also upload and make your video available on YouTube, with a
visibility of either Unlisted or Public. Be sure to mark your video as
"No, it's not made for kids" and also "No, don't restrict my video to
viewers over 18 only." Furthermore, under "Show More" in Details, please
check the "Allow embedding" checkbox.
Step 4) Go to this form
and fill-out the information of the presenting author that will be present
during the live Q&A session.
Step 5) During the event, between Monday October 11th to 14th, at the
time specified in the program, the presenting author must be available
on the the online platform for the whole duration of the Workshop Q&A.
The final program for LARS 2021 WTDR/CTDR is available here.
*Please follow Steps 1 through 4 by Saturday, October 9th, 2021 23:55 (BR
Technical details for the video files:
- Video resolution must be 1920 x 1080 (aspect ratio 16:9) at 30fps
- Video format must be MP4 and encoded with H.264; - Please check that
your video file plays correctly using your browser (either Firefox or
Chrome). Just drag your video inside an empty window of the web browser,
and verify that the video (and audio) plays correctly for the whole
video (from start to finish)
- Please use a high-quality microphone when recording your presentation, and avoid background noise
- Verify that the audio volume of your video is adequate (in particular, that the
volume is not too low)
- Do not include in your videos any content that cannot be distributed (e.g., copyrighted photos or music from the internet). It is best not to use any background music.
We are happy to announce that LARS/SBR, WRE and WTDR/CTDR
technical sessions and plenary talks will be freely available for anyone
to watch live through the Natalnet Laboratories Youtube channel: