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The capability of creating video data from MRI has many advantages in visualization for medical practitioners, including (i) not subjecting patients to harmful radiations, (ii) being able to monitor patients at short inter-exam time intervals, and (iii) being able to capture 3D volume data. The quality and speed with which MRI data can be acquired, however, poses a challenge towards supporting good quality visualization. In this work we present results from our preliminary attempts at enhancing the temporal resolution of video captured via MRI. Our initial focus is on visualization of swallowing and associated problems that are broadly categorized as Dysphagia. We present a method to register data from multiple swallows to generate high temporal resolution MRI videos.