Looking for Royalty Free Video/Images Libraries

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      Luis Maymi LopezLuis Maymi Lopez

      Hello Videomaker community

      I’m looking to buy some royalty free video and image libraries that includes some of the regular content we videographers use in our video editing projects. I’m looking for video and pictures such as business related, people, virtual backgrounds, flowers, landscapes and among others. I search for videos and pictures in sites such as Pond5 and iStockphoto, but I find it to be an incredibly tedious process. I want to buy some libraries with hundreds of royalty free video and photos that I can use (so I can know exactly what I have available) anytime I need. Does anyone know where can I find some libraries like this? Thank in advance

    • #200833

      Hi Luis –

      They no longer carry the SD version, but Digital Juice’s VideoTraxx is great – http://www.digitaljuice.com/products/product_volumes.asp?pvid=30. Current pricing is $250 per library of about 700 HD clips.

      Another great value are the FREE (Pay only $8.41 per disc shipping) libraries from Footage Firm – http://www.footagefirm.com/free-footage.

      Also, our own Jay Micheal Long (Aspyrider) has some for a very nice price: http://intheviewfinder.blogspot.com/2008/09/stock-footage-new-release-available-now.html

    • #200834
      Luis Maymi LopezLuis Maymi Lopez

      Thanks Bruce

      I found two Footage Firm libraries that I really liked, will be investing on that soon. The Digital Juice Video Traxx are simply incredible, but most footage are not what I’m looking for at the moment. Jay Michael libraries are not available anymore.

    • #200835


      For example http://www.pond5.com have Video and images in the royalty free model

      and http://www.productiontrax.com have images.

      I hope that work’s for you



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