Authors of all ICSE contributions are encouraged to submit a Teaser video. Please see below for instructions on how to format your video.
Check out our current teaser videos. Hopefully this motivates you to submit your own Teaser video for your ICSE contribution!
Teaser videos will:
- advertise your presentation
- be shown to conference attendees in a special session during the morning each day
- be visible on the ICSE 2013 YouTube channel before, during, and after the conference
Teaser videos are optional. If you do not submit a teaser video, during the special morning session during the conference, the name of your full talk, the authors' names, and the location of the full talk will be briefly shown.
Your teaser presentation must be:
- 25 seconds or less
- Posted by:
- March 15th, if you would like your video used as early publicity for the conference
- May 1st, otherwise
- Make your teaser entertaining and informative.
- Attempt to lure people to attend your talk.
- Have your video be understandable on it's own. Will someone who just happens to find it on YouTube get it?
- Be creative and different! What will get people talking about your paper?
- If you are unfamiliar with making a video, we suggesting making a timed PowerPoint presentation, then recording with a screencasting tool like CamStudio (http://camstudio.org/). Many operating systems now come with editing software, such as Windows Live Movie Maker, which can help you edit your movie.
- Take a look at similar short presentations on YouTube. Here are some favorites from FSE 2011:
How to Submit
Please email a YouTube URL your teaser to captain.emerson+ICSE13teasers@gmail.com or submit your link through the submission webpage you may have received as part of your acceptance notification email.