So, you’re thinking about turning stock video footage into a side gig? That’s awesome. Congrats. Fun times! But before you get started, you should probably be aware that there is a lot of stock footage out there…and only some of it sells. So if you’re really only in
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Here’s something pretty cool. Paid members of the creative asset marketplace Motion Array can now submit requests for the assets they want produced. Motion Array is always trying to make the user experience a cut above the rest, and this new feature is just another attempt to
There are a lot of marketplaces for creative goods. They offer different sorts of products and different price points. But one marketplace that has a really interesting new take is Motion Array. Where Motion Array stands out from some of the other marketplaces is in their commitment to
If editing is your passion and you want to access a library of complete footage and raw files from short films, scripts, and even project files, then you should consider Editstock. It’s an excellent resource for that. While you can’t use the footage in projects of your own,
It’s often said that the public domain is a wonderful archive for filmmakers of all levels to use with budget in mind, but more often than not, actually navigating the archives in search of the material that meets your needs is easier said than done. From outdated
Applying some run and gun effects to your edit is a great way to add more production value to your project and to impress your clients. Rampant Design Tools creates easy to use stock content for artists and editors of all skill levels. Rampant was founded by Visual Effects Artist Sean Mullen.