ACM Multimedia 2012 Video Program is intended to allow researchers and video producers to demonstrate their research results or video productions without having to bring the equipment for a “live” demo. Videos should present innovative research results, like for example merging augmented reality and real world entities, showing the use of multiple cameras, camera-arrays or video-sensor networks or communicate complex ideas through novel means and solutions or showing creative applications or MM-arts in new contexts.
The scope of the research presented in the video should be relevant to any of the four major technical tracks; video productions can also be of interest of the arts track.
The maximum length allowed for Video papers is 4 pages. At the presentation, the principal author should introduce the audience shortly to the presented idea. The actual display for showing the videos will be prepared by the committee.
- The videos can range in duration between 3 minutes to 8 minutes.
- The minimum spatial resolution is 320*240 pixels per frame.
- Videos should be submitted at a minimum of 15fps.
- The videos should be in a standard archival format, such as MOV, MPEG2 and H.264.
ACM Multimedia 2012 video program uses a Web-based file hosting service for video submission.
The submission procedure is as follows:
- Register and submit your abstract (up to 4 pages) via the ACMMM2012 submission website before the submission deadline
- Author(s) will receive an email containing details on how to get access and upload material to the file hosting service, after the submission deadline. We use “Dropbox” as the file hosting service.
- Author(s) should submit the video to the file hosting service within 48 hours after receiving the notice, using the submission ID as the file name.
- Author(s) will receive a confirmation email after the video has been manually checked.
- Format: ACM conference style (4 pages)
- Papers of the Video program must be in the same form as for Short Papers and will appear in the Conference Proceedings and in the ACM Digital Library along with the accepted full and short papers.
- Review style: Single-blind
- Description of the process: The reviewing process of Video contribution is as follows:
- video contributions are submitted to the Video program Chairs
- Video and paper contributions are reviewed together
- decision of acceptance of the proposal is notified
May 14, 2012 May 31, 2012
June 22, 2012 July 6, 2012
- Camera-ready submission:
July 30, 2012
Video chairs: videoprogram-AT-acmmm12.org
- Koichi Shinoda (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JP)
- Tao Mei (Microsoft Research Asia, CN)