Technical Aspects of making a good surgical video


Presented by Daniel Herron, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Getting Your Video Accepted

Points of interest:
What editor should I use?–2:16
Step 1:Start with good material–3:02
Step 2: Set recording settings–3:20
Step 3: Get clean images–5:05
Step 4: Record the whole case–6:15

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