Here you will find an archive of tutorials and tools. If you like and use these tools, consider making a donation to keep this site up and running.
SonoClipShare: Share your clips with anyone, anywhere. Basic online PACS-like system for archive sharing and feedback.
Pluck: extract a still image from your ultrasound video, then annotate it and download it using top journal format presets. All video and still formats supported, including DICOM.
Video mosaic builder: combine any number of clips into one video mosaic. Useful for lectures or twitter. Rectangular geometry up to 5×5 for the output, all video formats supported.
Sonogif: Convert any clip to a gif using this app.
ClipDeidentifier: Make your ultrasound clips HIPPA compliant for sharing, publishing, and education with this tool.
Pubmed Citation Generator: Creating #FOAMed and need an AMA-compliant citation? Use this tool.
CV Citation Generator: Create a list of your publications in AMA format for your CV.
Scan Adjust Demo: this is an online demonstration of the importance of a properly gained ultrasound image. It allows the user to visualize a real time histogram of brightness intensities while highlighting the portion of the scan that is either over- or under-gained.
M.mode.ify: this is a tool that will (magically) allow you to convert an ultrasound clip to m-mode.
Tutorial: Clips to Gifs Here’s a photoshop tutorial on how to create an animated gif from an ultrasound clip. These gifs are useful as auto-playing web images or to tweet.
Tutorial: 2 Clips, 1 Gif Here’s a photoshop tutorial on how to create a single animated gif from two ultrasound clips. These gifs are useful as auto-playing web images or to tweet.
Tutorial: Tweak U/s Clips with Photoshop Have a great ultrasound clip for teaching, but it’s too dark or lacks contrast? Here’s a tutorial on how to use the power of Photoshop CC to tweak your clips for presentation.
Basic Video Editing with Photoshop Here’s a photoshop tutorial on how to import video and audio clips into Photoshop and splice them together with basic transitions and export as one video file.
Colorize Ultrasound Clips Here’s a photoshop tutorial on how to colorize ultrasound clips. You can then export them as video files or gifs.