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Green Screen: How to Chroma key with Adobe Premiere Pro

What is chroma key? Chroma keying, green screen, and chroma compositing are all words for the same thing; which is separating and layering different videos or images to create a final composition that is made up of these media....

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The 5 Best Free Video Converters

If you have ever been faced with a message like the above when playing stock footage then this article is for you; it will outline some of the best free fixes for this issue. Codec is a portmanteau of...

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Shot Types You Need to Know For a Successful Marketing Video

A successful marketing video answers three briefs: Why should someone watch your video? How do you ensure they keep watching? And what will they do next? To achieve these goals, your marketing video needs to communicate three things. Firstly:...

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Why Stock Video Is Perfect for Companies with Small Budgets

Let’s face it. A lot of companies are stuck in the past. They think airing multi-million dollar commercials on television is the only way to get their name seen and recognized by the masses. But today, that’s no longer...

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10 Reasons Why Iceland is Always a Good Idea

In April of 2018 we visited Iceland for the first time and, to be honest, I didn’t really know what to expect. The first thing that came to mind were the geysers. And that it would be cold… freezing...

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7 Iconic Opening Credits Sequences That Use Stock Footage (And one End-Credits Sequence)

There are many ways to create a great opening credits. Their role is to introduce the themes, locations, characters or problems that will be covered and encountered in the film or TV show they introduce over a short span...

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7 Creative Ways to Use Stock Footage in Music Videos (And 1 Creative Way to Source It)

Dating back to the 1950s, music videos are perhaps one of the oldest – and certainly one of the most enduring – forms of video marketing. With production budgets ranging from shoestring to several million dollars, creating a good...

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Where to Find Archival Footage: Our Top 7 Websites

Since we recently put together a stock footage glossary to clear up the differences and similarities between archival, historical and stock footage, we thought it only fair that we give you some of our favourite footage archives, for when...

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Finding Free Stock Footage: Our Glossary of Terms

Anyone who’s scoured the web for videos and audio to use in their project will know that there is a myriad of words, phrases, and legal jargon surrounding stock footage and similar resources. These can be difficult to get...

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Filming the DMZ – The World’s Most Hostile Border

Recently, we asked cameraman and editor Kiril Dobrev to film for us in South Korea, including the DMZ.  What he captured there was a library of footage of the DMZ, one of the most heavily monitored areas of the world. We...

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