Embedded videos in proceedings papers
Springer offers authors the option of including embedded videos in their proceedings papers, free of charge.
|Resolution||16:9 or 4:3
|Maximum file size||25 GB|
|Minimum duration||1 second|
|Formats supported||avi, wmv, mp4, mov, m2p, mp2, mpg, mpeg, flv, mxf, mts, m4v, and 3gp
Authors must not violate privacy and confidentiality rules and, as always, permission must be sought for use of third-party content.
All types of Electronic Supplementary Material, including videos, should be sent with the authors’ files. If videos are to be embedded, unequivocal instructions as to their positioning must be included.
Example of proceedings with embedded videos: ECCV 2016
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ECCV 2016, October 8-16, 2016, Amsterdam proceedings contain embedded videos.
1. Videos embedded within the chapter text
General Automatic Human Shape and Motion Capture Using Volumetric Contour Cues
Towards Perspective-Free Object Counting with Deep Learning
> Scroll down to the video in Sect. 4.2 of the chapter and click on the symbol for PLAY
2. Videos embedded at the end of the chapter
This option was chosen when the authors did not specify where to include video. A section has been added (Electronic Supplementary Material) with videos embedded.
SurfCut: Free-Boundary Surface Extraction
CATS: Co-saliency Activated Tracklet Selection for Video Co-localization
You can alternatively click on the page's right hand link "Supplementary material" to go the videos.