Question To All (Stock Library Footage)
I wanted to ask everybody's view on stock library footage.
Does anybody find these sites annoying, unclear and slow to find footage your after?
If YOU could literally BUY footage to use for ever, in any production, royalty free etc, would this interest you?
I'm just doing abit of research to hopefully iron out some issues with stock library footage.
Sim, it's best you have a more descriptive thread title instead of a generic one like "question to all". Also, please post your question to the appropriate subforum. Thank you for your cooperation.
Stock footage comes in handy at times... in the middle of an edit a client says, I want "this".. and we can usually find something that meets their needs from ArtBeats, Getty Images, I-Stock or even from our digital juice library... It is a resource that has helped us satisfy our clients on numerous occasions... Typically we prefer the "one time buy-out" sources.. Also on a related note, most people want the footage and the quality of the image or footage is secondary..
Just my two cents worth..
Stock library footage
I use this footage a lot. I do quite a bit of stuff for church and a nice waterfall/ country scene etc does wonders to spin out a theme to meet the dialogue..
From time to time a do a search and have managed to get quite few files of free stock footage too.
Looking for free stock footage at the moment of "Butterflies flying" Any URLs would be appreciated.