Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The video includes an introduction of the instructor (with a live recording of the instructor), main technical content, and summary/conclusion.
- 2-8 keywords have been selected from the IEEE PELS Educational Videos keyword list which will be entered in the upcoming metadata section of this submission process.
- Video has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 30 FPS, is in MP4 format, and does not exceed 512 MB.
- The video’s purpose is not commercial in nature.
- Video length does not exceed 18 minutes.
Full-Length Video Submission and Review Process
Author(s) submit a full-length edited video that can be directly reviewed. The submission form will also require the video title, author name(s), and credits for all roles in producing the video (filming, editing, etc.). For initial review, the video can be submitted either as a video link (e.g. YouTube) or uploaded as an accepted file format in the submission form. The video will be reviewed for technical content and format by experts in the field and committee members. After review, the video may be rejected, preliminarily accepted with required changes, or accepted as it is. Feedback will also be provided about specific issues or concerns that need to be addressed. Then, the author(s) must revise and resubmit the video until it can be accepted as is.
Complete Video Storyboard
Author(s) submit a complete storyboard or outline with associated visuals for the video. The provided storyboard/outline must clearly lay out the full video concept; segments of ideas or video concepts that are not fully formed will not be accepted. This option is made available to provide feedback to the author(s) earlier in the video-making process. The submission form will require the video title, author name(s), and all files needed for the storyboard/outline. The video storyboard/outline will be reviewed for technical content and format by experts in the field and committee members. After review, the video may be rejected or encouraged for further development. If the video is encouraged for further development, feedback will also be provided about specific issues or concerns that need to be addressed and suggestions on developing the video. Then, the author(s) must develop the video and submit it as a Full-Length Video Submission, which then follows its own review process until it is accepted as is.
1. The video includes proper citations/references to copyrighted materials.
2. I am authorized to submit this video and confirm that there are no copyright violations.
3. If accepted, I agree to license the video under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-
4. I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions of IEEE Educational Videos on Power Electronics (Click here to access the document). (By submitting your material, you certify that such action constitutes your electronic signature instead of a written signature.)