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So, if you’re a non-exclusive contributor to Dissolve, you may have noticed their recent announcement that they are “price matching” all non-exclusive clips on their site to be more in line with other sites, as if there’s a big discrepancy.
When I arrive home after a multiple day and location stock footage trip, I’m often faced with the daunting task of preparing final stock footage clips from gigabytes of raw footage files. While I enjoy shooting, I don’t have the same feeling about editing, especially when there are hundreds and hundreds of clips to sort through.
Has another stock footage agency changed their pricing structure due to VideoBlocks’ new Marketplace?
Back in early-2014, ShutterStock launched 4K and began licensing clips at $299 each. While I strongly believe that 4K content should be priced at a premium, I was a bit skeptical on that price point.
Here we are, well into the 21st century with devices in our hands that are capable to displaying HD and 4K videos downloaded wirelessly at blazing 4G and broadband speeds. So why are some stock footage agencies still automatically transcoding our stock media and selling low-resolution 240p video clips?
There may be a new stock footage powerhouse on the horizon, and its name is VideoBlocks.