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Does anyone know of a site(s) where I can find "stock" pieces of video to download? I'm looking to make my own "video" of a song.

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I don't know, but when people try to make videos like that on YouTube they ask for everyone to send in their own submissions. You could try collaborating.
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I posted this under the Switcher forum but saw that this might be better answered here:

Is there anyplace I can find and download "stock" video footage?
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Does anyone know of a site(s) where I can find "stock" pieces of video to download?
Try this: http://www.thoughtequity.com/video/h...e/showreels.do
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There are many, many, MANY sites out there that have stock footage available for download if you are willing to pay a fee. If you're looking for FREE stock footage, you will have a harder time locating anything. Try searching for tutorials on programs such as After Effects or Final Cut Pro. Sometimes the creator will include footage that can be used to re-create the project being shown in the tutorial. If you are planning on using the clips on your own projects and have the possibility of making you money, I recommend contacting the creator of the tutorial and requesting permission (in writing) else risk the possibility of them taking legal action.

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