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Footage.net Enables Clip Downloads
Footage.net now offers users the ability to download over 250,000 screening clips from some of the world’s top stock footage companies.
New York – October 20, 2010 – Over 250,000 screening clips are now available for immediate download through Footage.net’s stock footage search platform, giving footage researchers a key new tool with which to locate, screen and share screening clips.
Footage researchers have already begun making real use of this powerful new feature, downloading sample clips from many Footage.net partners including Absolutely Wild Visuals, CONUS Archive, FootageBank HD, FRAMEPOOL, Global Image Works, Action Sports/Scott Dittrich Films and StockFood Motion.
“Giving users the ability to download screening clips was just the next logical step in our development as a visual search platform,” said Domenick Propati, Footage.net President. “With over one million clips from some of the world’s top archives now available for screening through our site, our goal is to make sure that researchers have everything they need to take full advantage of our vast footage resource.”
With a growing collection of online screening clips, millions of detailed text records and the addition of this critical new download feature, Footage.net offers footage researchers the tools they need to discover and obtain motion content quickly and easily.
Footage.net is the world’s premier online footage search engine. Since 1994, Footage.net has been the film & video production industry’s most comprehensive resource for serious stock footage research, providing access to over 6 million records and one million online screening clips. At Footage.net, researchers can search over 30 top stock, archival and news footage databases simultaneously from a single site, compare results across multiple collections, find the best motion content and save time. Footage.net’s redesigned user interface and improved search capabilities provide researchers with the necessary tools to fully utilize its vast footage database, work with images, manage results and communicate with Footage.net's content partners. Powered by its new video-friendly architecture, Footage.net now offers users the ability to download over 250,000 world-class stock footage clips from some of the world’s top footage companies. Footage.net exists to help footage researchers find the best stock video footage, archival film and news B-Roll, and to provide its content suppliers with new customer leads.
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