Stock eye animations for eye

Stock eye animations for eye

Stock eye animations for eye

Eye animation downloads for the eye care industry

  • Patient education
  • Inexpensive
  • Simple licensing
  • Patient friendly
  • Easy to use
  • Customizable

Videos / Animations FAQs

Can I post the videos to my website and social media?

Yes, included in your license, you are free to post the videos to your single practice or single company respective website or social media feed.

Is the cost of the videos a one-time fee or do I have to pay a yearly subscription?

The video fees are subscription-based. If you don’t renew each year, you will lose access to the videos in your Account and must discontinue your usage.

How do I purchase bulk (10+) video licenses?

Contact me with details of your usage and quantity needs. I’ll get right back to you with a custom quote.

Can I get our logo overlaid on a video?

Yes! Please contact me and describe the size and placement of your logo. I will send you a quick quote for the service. You must provide a high-quality logo file in at least 400-pixel size.

Are the videos streamed from somewhere or do I download them?

Once you purchase the license, a link to download the videos will be emailed to the email account you use in your order. A curation of download links to your purchased videos will also be available in your “My Account” page here at eyeillustrations.com. To play the files, you need to download them to your computer.

How can I use Eyeillustrations stock video?

Eye care practice waiting rooms and websites are the most popular uses. Many doctors and practices use them in their social media as well (YouTube channel, Instagram, Facebook).

The videos make great Powerpoint slides and are easy to embed.

Also, many folks use parts of the videos as explainers in their patient education projects and pharmaceutical presentations.

Do the videos include closed captioning?

No, the videos do not include closed captioning.

Can I post my licensed videos on YouTube?

You can post the videos to your YouTube channel and embed them on your website. However, the YouTube visibility setting must be set to “unlisted” rather than “public” or “private”. See your YouTube channel video settings (under “visibility”) for more information.

How many devices can I put this on?

There is no device limit. However each license purchase allows for up to three physicians in your practice. For more than three physicians, additional licenses must be purchased.

What is the length of each video?

The videos range from 20-second clips to several minutes. Each video product can be previewed so you know what you’re getting!

What are my restrictions when using the videos?

You may not sell, rent, lease or transfer the video. You may not sell a product with the video itself as the main product. You may not post any videos on-line in a downloadable higher resolution format than originally licensed and provided. You may not overwrite, overlay upon or obscure any watermarks or copyrights. See the license agreement for more details.

What does my video license include?

You will receive a license allowing you to display the video on any of your online properties (website, social media, youtube…), in your PowerPoint lectures or practice locations. Basically, you can use them anywhere, as long your usage falls within the scope of the license agreement.

You may not post any part of a video on any electronic bulletin board, put videos online in a downloadable higher-resolution format than provided, or use the videos out of the scope of the “character” of the video, which is to educate and inform (i.e. your usage must not violate or infringe on the intellectual property or other rights of any person or entity, nor place the author or the model in a bad light or depict them in any way that might be deemed offensive).

What is the file format of the videos?

All videos are distributed in .mp4 format (h.264, a very common video codec). Most videos are FullHD, meaning 1080p (1920p x 1080p). I do not offer 4K as of Spring, 2023.

What types of videos does Eyeillustrations offer?

Full length eye care patient education videos and short explainer clips. All videos are distributed in .mp4 format (h.264, a very common video codec). Most videos will be FullHD, meaning 1080p (1920p x 1080p). I do not offer 4K as of summer, 2022.

Can I post the videos on YouTube?

You can post the videos to the licensee’s YouTube channel and embed the videos on the licensee’s website. However, the privacy setting must be set to “unlisted”, so they cannot be viewed and shared by anyone with the link, or show up in search engine results.

What is a video “Clip”?

Video “Clips” are short, informative videos that quickly explain an eye condition or procedure in a few seconds, rather than a full-length explainer video. Clips are very popular as presentation slides, social media posts or bonus content within a web page. Clips typically run for 15-30 seconds.

Why should I use eye animations and videos in my eye care marketing materials and clinic?

Using eye animations and videos in eye care marketing projects, websites and exam rooms can provide a number of advantages for both the provider and the patient (or potential patient).

For eye care providers, using eye videos can help to educate and inform patients about the various parts of the eye and how they work together to enable sight. Patient education videos can also be used to educate patients about their eye condition or disease and the eye procedures and surgeries used to treat them. By using clear, easy-to-understand animations and videos, providers can help to demystify complex medical information and make it more accessible to patients.

In addition to educating patients, eye videos and animations can also be used to highlight the expertise and knowledge of the provider. By demonstrating a deep understanding of the eye’s anatomy, conditions and treatments, providers can position themselves as trusted, qualified experts in their field. This can be especially useful in the competitive world of eye care, where patients may have a wide range of options to choose from.

From a marketing perspective, eye videos can also be used to enhance the visual appeal of a website, social media or marketing materials. By including visually interesting and engaging illustrations, providers can make their websites and materials more attractive and compelling to potential patients. This can be especially important in an age where many people are turning to the internet for health information and may be bombarded with a wide range of options. By using eye videos, providers can differentiate themselves and make their content stand out from the crowd.

For patients, the use of eye videos can also be very beneficial. By providing clear and easy-to-understand illustrations of the various parts of the eye and how they work together, providers can help patients to better understand their own eye health and any conditions or issues they may be experiencing. This can be especially useful for patients who may be feeling overwhelmed or confused by medical terminology or complex explanations. By using animations and eye illustrations, providers can help to break down complex information into more manageable pieces and make it easier for patients to understand and retain.

In addition to helping patients to understand their eye health, eye videos and illustrations can also be used to help patients visualize potential treatments or procedures. For example, if a patient is considering laser eye surgery, an illustration of the eye and the specific areas that will be treated can help to provide a better understanding of the procedure and any potential risks or benefits. By using eye videos, providers can help to alleviate some of the uncertainty and anxiety that patients may feel when considering medical treatments or procedures.

Overall, the use of eye animations and videos in eye care marketing projects and websites can provide a number of advantages for both providers and patients. By helping to educate and inform patients, highlighting the expertise and knowledge of the provider, and enhancing the visual appeal of marketing materials, eye videos and eye anatomy illustrations can be a powerful tool in the world of eye care.

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