An overview about what you need to know about speaking at Meeting C++ online.
- Hubilo is used as the online conferencing platform
- StreamYard or Hubilo Studio is used to stream your talk into the event in Hubilo
- Prerecording your talk for the presentation is an option too
Both Hubilo and StreamYard are browser based, all you'll need is a good Microphone and a Webcam. StreamYard enables you to share the presentation window via screen share and this is then integrated into the livestream.
- You should join us in Hubilo before your talk
- Then a switch happens to StreamYard/Hubilo Studio to give your talk
- For the Q&A we'll switch back into Hubilo, when in Hubilo Studio you can also see the Q&A during your talk
When giving your talk live via StreamYard, its better when you are not in Hubilo with the same device/browser/machine. As you'll be using StreamYard as the interface to stream your talk, and both would like to have access to your mic/webcam.
Prerecording is also an option, then you'll be watching your own talk live in Hubilo, and we'll do the Q&A after the talk. Either you'll record the talk on your technology, or StreamYard can also be used for this.
- Is either livestreamed or prerecorded for the event
- Usually an edited* version of your talk will also be later on YouTube
- The Q&A usually happens after the talk
* The setup and any technical issues will be removed, sound adjusted.
- Read up on ideas of presenting code
- Code is a lot harder to read in the live setup, make the code as big as you can!
- In Hubilo the live view of your talk will not use the full screen, make sure text and code is readable.
- Please upload your slides to Meeting C++ after your talk
Tips for online speaking
- Be aware of sound issues, cracking, noise or other issues, please check your setup before the event starts
- Sound levels might become an issue, know how to change your mic sound level
- Make sure there is enough light, so that the webcam can capture you giving the talk
- Does your webcam turn off when its too dark?
- Also during day time, make sure you are shaded against direct sunlight (reflections, ...)
- Check your background
- Have a timer running to know how long you are speaking