Public Speaker Resources
On these pages, we've compiled all the resources you need to create online talks for Mirthy.
Browse the frequently asked questions below, read the tips and watch the supplementary videos on designing and recording your talks.
You can also access the guidelines in full by clicking here.
For more information on copyright guidelines, click to open the document here.
When you're ready to propose a talk for our online catalogue, please send an email to email@example.com outlining the topic of your talk and sending along the first 10 minutes of a recording.
Any questions on using the technology, feel free to ask!
Try to keep your talks to 45-50 minutes. Remember that there may be 10-15 minutes Q&A after the presentation for Premium bookings.
Feedback from our audience suggests that illustrating your presentation with slides is more popular than a talking head on the camera for the whole recording. Click here for more on how to record your talks.
The majority of our speakers use PowerPoint 365, which contains the function to record yourself presenting, or Screencast-O-Matic, which also records a screen at the same time as recording using the computer webcam too, allowing you to present a talk. However, if you are choosing not to use presentation slides or want to give more of a performance-style talk, you can film yourself ‘standalone’ using a video camera or computer camera.