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Video files are useful in a limited number of situations, but should NOT be used for routine stacks of scrollable images (such as CT or MRI). The reasons to use video include:
- ultrasound cine clips
- cardiac MRI
- some dynamic barium studies
At present video support is limited.
Currently, the video must be in MP4 format, H.264 encoded. If your video is not in that format already, then there are many utilities to convert them, including Evom.