Need Recommendation for Stock Video

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    • #64545
      Avatardwp_18
      Participant

      I need some stock footage of rolling clouds, or something dreamy; about 30 min worth.   Can someone recommend a good source?

      Thanks!

    • #207616
      • TECHNICALLY
        Why do you need 30min worth? and is that real time IE; 30min@24frames/sec ? OR 
        do you want Time lapse?
        What resolution are you after? NTSC/PAL, 720, 1080?
        Justin's right just use a loop any 30min file at a reasonable quality would be huge

       

      ARTISTICALLY

      What type sky are you after sunny, coloured, stormy? You might be best posting a photo

       

      I try and help if I can ~ Peter

       

    • #207613
      Avatarklookfilm
      Member

      Hey I don't know you will find 30mins worth even with paid sources but here is some public domain stuff http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL97A3F5C48A22E192 I  would use a cloud loop depending on what you are doing.

       

      Justin

       

      P.S. otherwise maybe use a camera or camcorder and make one even if you have to barrow gear.

    • #207861
      AvatarBradley
      Participant

      start here all you need to do is register with an email

      http://www.stockfootageforfree.com/

       

      I have used cloud footage from this site myself,it is not 30 minutes but it you can always loop it for 30 minutes in editing,i think the footage on this site is 15 sec long,but it is good quality hd and sd video.

    • #207909
      AvatarJohn
      Participant

      Hi DWP,

       

      We have some paid and free cloud stock footage on MotionElements.com.

       

      Free:

      http://www.motionelements.com/search?s%5B%5D=clouds&sort=match&p=-1&format=&loop=0&alpha=0&mt%5B%5D=3&mt%5B%5D=4&mt%5B%5D=8&mt%5B%5D=9&framing=&release=0

       

      The rest (Free & Paid)

      http://www.motionelements.com/search?s%5B%5D=clouds&sort=match&p=&format=&loop=0&alpha=0&mt%5B%5D=3&mt%5B%5D=4&mt%5B%5D=8&mt%5B%5D=9&framing=&release=0

       

      They're Royalty-free so use them however and as many times as you want, except for selling them as-is. For more info read our Royalty-free support article:

      http://www.motionelements.com/help/royalty-free-license-1003

       

      I hope you found this useful. We have more stock footage on our site so feel free to browse through them.

       

       

    • #207921
      Avataraltarvic
      Member

      Something like this? 

       

      http://vimeo.com/68256709

       

      Go here for details: http://videohive.net/user/alestemple/portfolio

    • #208144

      You can find a fairly decent selection of stock video on http://pond5.com

    • #208147
      Avataraltarvic
      Member

      Here is a good list of stock video websites

    • #209219
      Avatardwp_18
      Participant

      Thank you all for the recommendations.  I eventually went with GraphicStock and looped a 15 second clip; looks a bit jerky but thats ok.

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