We recommend using Zoom (https://zoom.us/). This will allow you to easily record a compatible, high-quality video from the content displayed on your computer screen and voice recorded via the computer microphone.
To use Zoom to capture your video: Create a Zoom meeting where you are the only participant. Start the meeting and share your screen (your presentation slides) and turn on your camera so that your face is visible. Click on “Record” and start recording your video. Showing the speaker’s face is recommended but not mandatory. If you choose to do so, please make sure that the speaker window is on the top right corner of the screen and not covering the slides.
You may find the following “IEEE Video Presentation Guidelines” useful:
Presentation template: We encourage you to use the IROS 2022 logos and presentation style guide available at
Audio and captions: For accessibility, please have captions and a voice over in your video. You can add captions in the following 2 steps:
(1) Generate an audio transcription of your video (you can do this using Zoom, as explained here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115004794983-Audio-transcription-for-cloud-recordings).
(2) Burn your captions in your video (you can do this using the free tool Handbrake (https://handbrake.fr/), as explained here (from 4:30):
File size: We additionally recommend using Handbrake (https://handbrake.fr/) to reduce the size of your video. This will make your video upload much faster. To reduce your video file size:
(a) Drag and drop your video file into an open Handbrake window.
(b) Click on “Video” and check that the “Constant Quality” has a RF value around 22.
(c) Click on the green “Start” button.