Looking for stock footage using the Avid Marketplace


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Looking for stock footage using the Avid Marketplace

One common practice in documentary projects is using stock footage, which is video that you acquire from a footage library. Many filmmakers use it because it can often be less expensive and more convenient than shooting brand new material. Stock footage usually falls into two categories. Rights Managed, which is copyrighted footage that you have to pay for and use within the parameters of the footage's license, and Royalty Free, which is footage you pay a one-time price for and don't owe subsequent royalties to. Now, there's a stock footage library maintained by a company called T3Media, which is a cloud-based service that offers both Rights Managed and Royalty Free media.

Fortunately, you can access it right inside media composer contained within the Avid marketplace. Okay, so in my menu Bar up here, I have Marketplace, and I am going to go to Media Libraries. And we have here a T3Media kind of launch page, and if you don't have an account, you will go ahead and register for one. I...

Looking for stock footage using the Avid Marketplace
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Looking for stock footage using the Avid Marketplace provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Documentary Editing with Avid Media Composer

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