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Explore multiple patients and case types.
Search by case, body system or anatomy.
Hear engaging audio.
Immerse in our unique video capture experience.
Quick-guide to content via Body Map.
Organize video into folders.
View digitized histology.
Participate in LiveStream Autopsy.
Identify anatomy with Educator Video.
Draw on video.
Add and answer questions on video.
Explore forensics issues such as trauma & decomposition.
Learn about medical treatments, surgeries and illnesses.
The Autopsy.Online Video Lab
Think of us like a laboratory. You submit the sample. We provide the result.
You provide the raw footage. We provide the quality, educational content.
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5 videos or 30 minutes of content free.
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Institututional Approval Required.
“Point. Shoot. Submit. That’s It.”
Submission to the Library
Video submission to the general library is priced at $7/5 minutes of submitted video.
Each video undergoes standard editing for confidentiality, length, framing, content focus and quality.
Video submissions to the Library require approval of Autopsy.Online prior to being accepted into the Library.
We may accept or reject video content at our discretion.
Or, we may provide you with “Interim Status” and ask you for updated or data to ensure the quality of the the submission (de-identified patient information, updated Case Title, etc.).
If your video is not accepted to the Library, you will be refunded in full or can choose to submit your unedited video into your Institutional Database at no additional cost.
Creating a Private, Institutional Database
Video submission to the general library is priced at $10/5 minutes of submitted video.
If, in addition, you wish for us to edit your video through the Video Lab, the price is $15/5 minutes of submitted video.
You may create a Private Institutional Database using the Autopsy.Online search format.
If you are submitting to a Private Institutional Database, you may opt to submit unedited video.
Approval for entry into an Institutional database is still required. However, the approval process is less stringent.