Stock Video Clips and Their Uses
Are you creating a video and feel that it is too dull or bland? Incorporating stock footage could be your ticket to a more exciting, meaningful video
project, plus, it can save you time and money.
The best use of stock video clips can be witnessed in commercials. You might not even be able to tell that a stock video clip was used when watching
commercials as these clips can be integrated with other footage and not appear to be stock. Stock footage clips can be used in television series and
movies as well, as they significantly cut down on the production cost and adds relevance.
Movies have effectively used stock footage for decades. For example, stock clips of African wildlife appeared in the old movie "The Snows of
Kilimanjaro". The arrival of computer technology made it possible to edit and mix in such footage in remarkable new ways, as was apparent in the
more recent movie "Forrest Gump".
There are several online stock footage libraries that grant producers access to high quality royalty free and rights managed stock footage. Look for a
stock footage library that provides rights clearances services to avoid any legal issues.
You will be able to reduce production and management costs for videos if stock video clips are used. The concept of reusing this footage makes
completing your work quicker and easier. You will also have the option to spend more time on improving the quality of your video, rather than just
making it from scratch. This enhances your ability to implement innovative ideas and make your videos more exciting.
For more details on how to license stock video clips, search the Internet for online stock footage libraries.
About the Author
Scott Duglase is a leading expert in the stock footage industry, and is the main Contributor for Thought Equity Motion. Thought Equity Motion is the
world leader in providing access to high quality film, video and music content. At Thought Equity Motion you can find the largest collection of HD stock
video content available today.