Video Tutorial for new users?

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mquraish
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Video Tutorial for new users?

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Do you have, or can you recommend a video tutorial on OPW for Mac use? I have a few technically challenged radiologists that need a primer on getting started using it. I cannot find anything current online related to Osirix or Horos (in english) that I can share with them. Thank you in advance!

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Re: Video Tutorial for new users?

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Thanks for the note. There do seem to be a lot of videos on youtube, if you search for "horos osirix". Is there any topic in particular you would like more info on?

OPW for macOS and Horos are derived originally from the last available open source version of Osirix, so the three have similarities and many videos about common features for those two products may be also applicable to OPW for macOS X. We also have been providing our source code changes to Horos for consideration for implementation in their releases as well. (OnePacs has no affiliation with Horos or Osirix/Pixmeo).

There is also a OnePacs system integration plug-in that we distribute along with OPW for macOS that provides specific features and functionality in OPW for macOS X that wouldn't be available in the other products, such as a variety of integrations with OnePacs's online services as well as custom fast decompression libraries and some custom tools.

So, for information on integration of the viewer with the OnePacs system or custom features available only through the OnePacs customizations plugin unique to OPW for macOS X, I would refer you to our online documentation. As far as the basic organization of the viewer and the most common features are concerned, indeed videos for Osirix or Horos may be quite useful as well.

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Re: Video Tutorial for new users?

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Thanks for the response. The videos online are either years old referring to old versions, or are very specific to teach how to accomplish one task. I am searching for a primer that introduces radiologists how to use the software in a live environment (basic settings, preferences, hanging protocols, key features, etc.). If you happen to produce or come across something, I'd be very interested. Either way, I will continue the search. Thanks!

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