In this 30 second Range of Motion Protocol video, there are 720 – 900 picture frames (camera dependent) of the patient, arranged and cataloged in natural motion sequence segments unique to a procedure. Each frame or segment can be isolated for in depth examination and show-and-tell discussions.
A metronome is used to set identical tempo for the motion protocols, thus, simplifying the recording process for the both the videographer and the patient. It also eliminates the need for video editing. The identical tempo allows the before and after surgery videos to be displayed simultaneously for side-by-side comparison and review (special software and minor editing maybe required).
With practice, this process adds an average of 3 – 5 minutes to the regular photographing session in an average office setting. What one gets is: A video is worth a thousand (almost) pictures!