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Control work is carried out using asynchronous proctoring. Each student needs to record the process of completing homework defense tasks using OBS Studio, upload the result to the cloud storage and provide a link to the recording. To participate, you will need a computer with a webcam and microphone (in particular, all modern laptops are equipped with them) and Internet access.

You need to install OBS Studio via the link

You need to configure three input stream sources: microphone, webcam and screen capture. Learn more about the setup in the video:

Start recording 5 minutes before the start of work. Late students (who started recording not before the start of the tour) will be disqualified. Your videos will be viewed only by teachers and assistants. After the end of the tour, you will have 30 minutes to send the recorded video.

Do not delete the video until your teacher checks the recording!

During the homework defense, it is allowed to use only the website of the testing system (including solutions to the homework) and development environments (not online, but installed on a computer), as well as lecture notes and documentation on /. It is also allowed to use their paper lecture notes. Disable all messengers in advance and close unnecessary tabs.

During the homework defense, communication with other people is not allowed, warn those people who are with you at the place of recording in advance. It is forbidden to use headphones during protection!

If you have completed the solution of tasks before the end of contest, you need to send a message about it in the testing system. In case of attempts to solve problems after this message, you will be disqualified.

Communication with other participants is prohibited until the end of the tour - both participants will be disqualified.

Please check in advance that you have learned how to record video in the required format - this process can sometimes cause problems. All solutions to problems related to recording in OBS Studio are described on the Internet. So that the recorded files do not take up a lot of space, you can lower the bitrate: 500 Kbps is enough for video and 64 for an audio. Watch the video at the link above - it shows how to set it up.

Conducting the defense: Actions that you must perform before the contest:

1) Physically disconnect and remove any electronic devices and additional monitors from the workplace

2) Prepare for the fact that you will not be able to leave the workplace for 1 hour and 20 minutes

3) Enable recording from three sources: screen, webcam and microphone in OBS Studio. Make sure that recording is enabled from the entire screen, and not from a separate window. Make sure that the microphone and camera are turned on.

4) Record your workplace from all sides and its surroundings

5) Show blank sheets that you plan to use during drafts

Procedure during the contest: During the contest, you must ask questions arising from the conditions of the tasks through the testing system. You can also ask organizational questions through the testing system. If you are working with a draft or paper notes, point the webcam so that your hands are visible. Don't forget to point the webcam at your face when you return to work at the computer. During the contest, you can receive important announcements from the jury through the testing system. Notifications about them appear in the upper right corner of the interface of the testing system. If you want to finish the tour ahead of time, write a message about it using the questions interface in the testing system and perform all the actions that you must perform after the end of the contest. After the end of the contest: After the contest was over within 30 minutes, you need to post videos to Yandex disk, google drive, dropbox or youtube (take care of the visibility rules, otherwise proctoring may not be counted), which were recorded during the contest, open source and give a link to it in the form In case of technical problems with downloading the video, promptly write to your teacher/seminarian.