Authors of each paper are required to upload 2 presentations.
Full Paper Presentation (20–22 minutes):
These videos will be uploaded to Whova before the start of the conference such that attendees can view them prior to the conference, approximately two weeks before the start of the conference. We plan on making these videos available (e.g., YouTube) after the conference. Please keep the size of these videos to under 250 MBs.
Short Presentation (5–7 minutes):
These videos will be used on the day of the conference during each session. Each paper is given 15 minutes during the conference. The session chair will play the video for each paper, followed by live Q&A. These videos will only be used during the conference itself and not saved anywhere.
- Deadline for the full videos: March 14, 2022
- Deadline for the short videos: March 21, 2022
Please note that the videos will be posted approximately ~2 weeks before the start of the conference through Whova. If you cannot disclose paper content before the start of the conference (e.g., patent filing issues), please let the program chair know. However, please submit the videos by the deadline above so the conference organizers can prepare the conference accordingly.
Please upload your presentation through the following FTP.
*** Presenters: Please double check the video length in terms of time matches the length requirement above.
- Host: video-ftp.computer.org
video-ftp.computer.org|hpca22-videos<– Must include the “pipe” character |
- Encryption: Plain FTP (No encryption)
- File Transfer Type: Binary
- File Format: MP4 file format is preferred. 16:9 aspect ratio is preferred, with minimum resolution of 720p.
- Maximum File Size: 250 MB
- Slide Visibility: Make sure all the content on a slide is visible in the presentation and is not blocked by the speaker inset.
- File-Naming Convention:
For long presentation, please use:
For short presentation, please use:
Session#is the session number (e.g., 1A, 2B, 3C) and
Paper#InSessioncorresponds to the order of your paper within that session. In addition, please use the name of the first author (not necessarily the presenter).
Please use the following for the metadata of the video file.
- Video Title: Title of your paper.
- Description: You can leave it blank or use the abstract of your paper.
If you have any trouble uploading the videos, please contact the global online activities chair, Prof. Jinho Lee <email@example.com>.
Additional guidelines are shown below, taken from MICRO ’20 and HPCA ’21.
Preparing to Record Your Video
There is no standard template for preparing the slides to use in your video. Please use your favorite one considering the video requirements listed above.
Please introduce yourself at the beginning of your presentation.
At the end of your presentation, please add and show a slide that includes your contact information and clearly display the following sentence:
“This presentation and recording belong to the authors. No distribution is allowed without the authors’ permission.”
How to Record Your Video
To improve the engagement it is strongly recommended that you capture the video of the presenter during the presentation and display it in one of the corners of the frame.
The easiest way to record your presentation including the presenter’s video is using Zoom. You can add your webcam to the recorded video by choosing the appropriate recording layout.
An alternative to Zoom is to add narration to a PowerPoint presentation. However, adding the presenter’s webcam to the presentation is a feature only available for Windows users in the presenter view pane. Once the narration is added, the presentation should be converted into an mp4 video.
Please feel free to use the preferred option or any other software (e.g., OBS), but make sure the software you choose can export mp4 files.
- Try to minimize the surrounding noise by recording in a quiet room.
- Make sure the fans of your computer are spinning at the minimum speed, especially if you are using built-in microphones to record.
- Keep a constant distance from the microphone to avoid fluctuation in the audio level.
- Use a neutral background, such as a solid-colored wall or drape.