Contact FootageBank with your stock footage needs and a team member will build clip bins for you to look at on the FootageBank website, no charge.
Rights-managed stock footage has a twofold meaning:
See FootageBank’s license agreement here
See Copyright and Release Status notes below.
FootageBank practices transparency in its aim to provide worry-free footage. The copyright to the footage itself is never in question. FootageBank is an authorized representative of all its footage copyright holders. As to the release status of elements contained within the footage, wherever possible, FootageBank has secured a third party stock footage release, such as for individuals depicted and private properties, to assure no third party restrictions will apply to a clip.
With corporate or government locations, and public spaces with third party branding (such as Times Square), third party releases are unobtainable and any liability in the use of such clips will be the responsibility of the end-user.
When a specific property or person is released, the description of the clip will indicate such. If no note about release status is included or if a clip description says it is not property or talent released, any liability in the use of such clips will be the responsibility of the end-user.
Unsure? Always feel free to get in touch with any questions: Contact FootageBank
See FootageBank’s license agreement here.
Contact FootageBank with your clip numbers, timecodes if the full clip is not needed, details of your project and rights required, and your contact information. FootageBank will respond with a quote, arrange for payment, provide master files to download, and follow up with the necessary paperwork. Order processing occurs only during business hours.
Although the majority of FootageBank’s collection is true High Definition (1920x1080 in 24fps aka 1080p), FootageBank is aggressively growing its larger format options. Large format footage is any aspect ratio larger than HD which includes 2K, UHD, and 4K to 6K.
Contact FootageBank and introduce yourself and your work. FootageBank is always looking for more quality content and accepts footage in 2K resolution or greater. Respecting the workmanship of our contributors, FootageBank’s revenue splits are the best in the business.