Colorization of Films

Film colorization Ex4

We are Experts in Digital Editing

When should You Colorize and/or enhance films?

Attorneys should use colorized and/or enhanced diagnostic films when they have a case with a client who suffered serious injury. Colorizing and/or enhancing films makes it easier for attorneys to educate jurors on a plaintiff’s injuries, and how those injuries might impact other parts of the body.   

Attorneys should also utilize colorized and/or enhanced diagnostic films when they have a client who has undergone a reconstruction surgery with hardware. By colorizing and/or enhancing films, you put a spotlight on previous or existing hardware inside the body.

How long do they take?

The time it takes to colorize and/or enhance films can vary depending upon the size of the film and complexity of the injury/surgery. 

How We
Can Help

Our Medical Illustrators use digital editing software to enhance and/or colorize your client’s converted DICOM films.  TTS can provide 3-D volume rendering of DICOM films as well.

plan of action

How we
do it

Medical Illustrators review relevant materials, including DICOM diagnostic films, operative and diagnostic reports, and photos of the client/injury, in order to familiarize themselves with the case and injuries.

Expert Illustrators then convert DICOM films (X-rays/MRIs/CTs) into digital images using Horos or OsiriX applications. Once images are converted, Illustrators use Adobe Software to outline the injuries/surgical hardware and apply colorization and/or enhancements.

Our colorization and enhancement services have helped Attorneys:

Enhanced or colorized films serve as powerful evidence
Educate the jury
Support your argument with evidence that makes sense
Support expert witness testimony
Skip to content