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- July 10, 2014 at 2:04 PM #79791JaysonParticipant
This is a stock footage website that is way cheaper than iStock, Pond 5 and any of the other stock footage websites I have found. They are even giving away some free stuff too.
Anyone else have any suggestions for super cheap or free stock footage that is actually any good?
- July 16, 2014 at 12:04 PM #210785Utah Video ProductionParticipant
Keep in mind you get what you pay for. Pond5 lets you set your own price and most clips are in the $40 range which is very resonable. Another cheap site is that looks like it is better the footage freaks is http://www.videoblocks.com/ But onces again, you get what you pay for. Another good place is Digital Juice's VideoTraxx HD libaries. They are $250 for the libary which isn't cheap but you need to keep in mind you get 500 Video clips which are really good clips. A good chunck of the libary I have used over and over again. 1 HD-1080 clip on istockphoto is over $200 and I would say istockphoto has some of the best clips out there. So $250 for 500 clips that rock is a good deal. In the end it really just depends on what you need to do.
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