Preparing and Uploading Your Video Presentation

Since the IEEE MCSoC 2021 will be organized in hybrid format, the authors must prepare the presentation slide (PDF) and pre-recorded video (MP4)for the conference and upload it to EDAS.

We encourage authors to be creative in presenting their works. Your video presentation is expected to contain at least a brief introduction of the speaker. A webcam of the presenter is desired, followed by voice-over slides for your presentation. We would like to ask you to take advantage of the hybrid conference opportunity to better convey the technical knowledge to the attendees. You may show demos, experimental apparatus/setup of your work.

This will be considered as partial fulfillment of your attendance requirement at the conference and is a requirement for your paper to remain in IEEE Xplore.

Please note that the organizing committee will verify your file. We will contact you if we find any issues with your slides and video.

Please upload the slide and the pre-recorded video by November 30, 2021 ==>December 10, 2021.

  • The presentation slides must be prepared in PDF format (version > 1.4). The first slide must show the title and author list of the paper.
  • The pre-recorded video must in MP4 format.
  • The pre-recorded video must use the uploaded presentation slide. The maximum video length is 15 min and limited to 100MB file size
  • The two files will be linked to the Final Program:

Uploading instructions

To upload the presentation and pre-recorded video, please log in to the EDAS page of the conference:

Please click on your accepted paper.

Bellow the review manuscript, you can find two new types of submissions: presentation and pre-recorded video.

Recording instructions

The authors can use Zoom, OBS, or any recording screen program to make the pre-recorded video.

Recording tips:

  1. Use a quiet room for recording
  2. Avoid areas that have an echo or noisy background (fan, computer, keyboard typing)
  3. Sound dampening with carpeting, curtains, furniture to reduce echo
  4. A strong Wi-Fi/LAN connection
  5. Good headset with a microphone close to mouth BUT away from the direct line of mouth to reduce “pops”.  If possible, avoid using the default built-in microphone on the computer.
  6. Perform a test recording of a couple of minutes and review the sound and picture quality in MP4 format, and at the desired bit rate before recording the entire presentation. 
  7. Review and check your video to improve its quality (e.g. removing silences and start/stop bits). You can use video recording and editing tools.
  8. Please compress the video before uploading it and make sure it is smaller than 100MB. Please consider compressing to a smaller size while maintaining the overall quality.

We appreciate your support in making the 14th IEEE MCSoC 2021 a success in this hybrid conference format and we thank you for your cooperation in this endeavor.

If you have any problems, please contact Prof. Khanh Dang (