Video abstracts are the newest format for sharing your work. This engaging product is specifically designed to stand out in your crowded research area. We want you to have a resource capable of grabbing the attention of both the general population and your fellow scientists. This product is published by a growing number of journals, but can also be leveraged to promote your work in ways that are unmatched by traditional manuscripts. Examples include social media postings, department newsletters, university and laboratory websites, and TV news segments; the video abstract is a reusable communication tool! You’ll find more examples and detailed guidance in your Video Abstract Media Guide that is included with each video abstract project.
Our subject-matter experts and talented animators will collaborate to provide you with a fully narrated, 2–3 minute animated video that appeals to a broad audience. If the journal finds an issue with the quality of your video abstract, we will correct the deficiency free of charge. To increase the value, we’ll also include:
- Separate audio and slide files for your project
- Promotion of your video on our Youtube channel and via our social media initiatives
- A media guide for leveraging the video abstract to promote your work and career
Acute inhibition of ATP-sensitive K+ channels impairs skeletal muscle vascular control in rats during treadmill exerciseAmerican Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology
Genetic history of Xinjiang’s Uyghurs suggests Bronze Age multiple-way contacts in EurasiaMolecular Biology and Evolution
Impact of cell-free hemoglobin on contracting skeletal muscle microvascular oxygen pressure dynamicsNitric Oxide
Incidence rate of cardiovascular disease end points in NASA astronaut corpsJournal of the American Heart Association
A chitin film containing basic fibroblast growth factor with a chitin-binding domain as wound dressingsCarbohydrate Polymers
Georgia Tech McDonald Cancer Lab Clinical Trial Candidate: siRNA Nanohydrogel Therapy for Chemo-resistant Ovarian Cancer.
I needed a scientific animation video in a month. With just a 2-page storyboard, showing sample images and a narration, LetPub sent me a fast and reasonable quote without all the question/answer back and forth that can make these engagements time intensive. Then they went to work, provided more revision to the script and gave me the first version with a week to spare. We had plenty of time for edits, which they did quickly. Also, they took our institutions marketing communication standards and implemented that wrapper perfectly to video. I couldn’t be happier and look forward to working with LetPub again.
How it works
All members of the video abstract team are employees of LetPub bound by confidentiality agreements. LetPub will not publish or share your video without your explicit permission.
The pdf format allows for comprehensive manipulation during the animation process. If necessary, you can work with the customer service team to submit your documents in an alternative vector image file format.
Only if you want us to! In an effort to promote your work, LetPub can leverage its online presence to post and
share your video abstract. However, we will do so only with your permission. You are free to opt out at any
Absolutely. The inquiry form will allow you to specify any comments or requests for the project. Additionally, the Milestone Storyboard is sent to you by the 10-day mark so that you can approve the narration. While we ask clients to trust our team of editors and animators, if you have changes or errors in content that need to be reflected in the video abstract, we will ensure that the appropriate modifications are made.
Of course. In fact, the production quality will exceed most author-made audio slides that are currently published alongside manuscripts. Our animation team aims for top-quality videos that increase the likelihood of our clients being selected by journals for highlighted or showcased video abstracts.