Introduction & History:
MP4, introduced in 1998 by ISO/IEC Motion Picture Expert Group (MPEG), is a method of defining audio and visual digital data compression.
MP4 in Radiology
MP4 video is a valuable image display tool for radiologists due to the ability to convert cine-video clips into MP4 video. This provides better quality in a smaller file size compared to AVI and WMV.
Common Radiology Studies:
Ultrasound cine clips, cardiac scans, and dynamic barium studies are ideal to view in MP4 video format. Other imaging modalities can also be converted to MP4 format as needed.
In RamSoft, MP4 video converts multi-frame images into MP4 format. This improves image viewing and load time for users and offers options to loop, bounce, pause, play, scroll forward, rewind, view in full screen and open in a new browser.