Surgical Video Presentation Guidelines


  • The video should have a duration of 5-8 minutes in HD (High Definition) with a minimum resolution of 720p (1280×720 px) or in FHD (Full High Definition) with a maximum resolution of 1080p (1920×1080 px).
  • The video should be in .mp4 format and should not exceed 500 MB in size.
  • Record the video in horizontal (landscape) format with clear audio.
  • The title at the beginning of the video should display the surgical technique/type performed, along with the presenter/creator’s name.
  • Videos related to a “conflict of interest” must clearly state or mention this at the beginning of the video.
  • Provide brief explanations/narration at important surgical stages in the form of subtitles or verbal narration (dubbing).
  • Submit the video along with a brief abstract that includes:

*Introduction – a brief explanation of the purpose and background.
*Description – a brief description of the surgical video content (and the surgical technique performed).
*Conclusion – a statement explaining the significance of the work and/or its implications for research/practice/policy.

  • The video presentation should be sent via email. If the file size exceeds the maximum attachment limit for email, you can send the file through online storage facilities such as Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive, and then share the link via email to


  • Presenters of surgical technique videos will be scheduled to showcase and present their videos in a special session:
  • Presenters of videos are required to be present onsite and clearly state any “conflict of interest” at the beginning of the presentation. If you do not have a “conflict of interest,” please also state this clearly at the beginning of the presentation.
  • Provide a brief narration while the film is being shown.
    The film will be played and operated by the assigned technician.
    The film will be played in mute mode to accommodate live interactive narration.
  • Participate in the question-and-answer session after the film screening, guided by the moderator.