Stock Footage of Animals and Nature from VideoBlocks

In the age of Instagram, the thought of a truly one-of-a-kind nature shot may seem unattainable, but the quality of nature and environmental video clips at VideoBlocks is quite accessible. Our video clips provide viewers and users alike with a sense of depth and personality that can be lacking in a lot of nature-related videos. For instance, it's one thing to capture a shot from the top of the cliff, but how about a dolly shot that takes you down the cliff face of one of the largest impact craters on the face of the Earth? It's this … Read more about Stock Footage of Animals and Nature from VideoBlocks

VideoBlocks Adds Bald Eagle Stock Footage

We are really excited about our latest shoot with our new Phantom Miro slow motion camera! Equipt with a HUGE lens and a lot of patience, our videographers headed out to a state park in Virginia to capture the majestic bald eagle in HD slow video. The results are truly spectacular. Check out these reel with some of our favorites: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qv9hkF04x_k&feature=youtu.be These clips (and many more) will start popping up on VideoBlocks within the next week or so, so make sure to keep your eyes open! These shots are … Read more about VideoBlocks Adds Bald Eagle Stock Footage

Mozilla Offers New Online Video Editing Tool

The whole technology industry is still trying to strike gold with the ultimate online editing platform and now Mozilla, the makers of the infamous web browser, Firefox, is giving it a shot, too. Popcorn Maker 1.0 is designed to allow users to create customizable online viewing experiences using its collaborative platform and user friendly interface. We've played around with the site a bit and wanted to share the good and the not so good of this new online tool.   Popcorn Maker 1.0: The Good We're part of a generation that is head over … Read more about Mozilla Offers New Online Video Editing Tool

Great Dramatic Clouds Timelapse Videos from VideoBlocks

Great Dramatic Clouds Timelapse Videos from VideoBlocks Clouds can convey anything from bliss to anger, with imagery of lazy summer days and stormy nights. Timelapse is a method of videography that allows the viewer to see long stretches of time in just a few seconds. This video style gives stock videos a variety of cloud shapes in just a short clip, adding visual interest and movement to the stock footage. VideoBlocks has a large inventory of royalty-free cloud stock images. Discover some of the most popular selections. Giant Billowing … Read more about Great Dramatic Clouds Timelapse Videos from VideoBlocks

Washington D.C Stock Footage from VideoBlocks

Washington D.C Stock Footage from VideoBlocks As the nation's capital city, Washington D.C. is the backdrop for many important political decisions and inspirational speeches. Washington D.C. is home to many easily recognizable monuments, from the White House to the Capitol. Videos of the District of Columbia evoke the historical significance of this incredible place and give the viewer a clear impression of what it is like to visit, live in or work in America's capital city. Many of the royalty-free videos available on VideoBlocks capture … Read more about Washington D.C Stock Footage from VideoBlocks

Video Blocks Offers Multiple Download Formats

Exciting news today, Video Blocks lovers! Thanks to your suggestions, Video Blocks rolled out some new updates this weekend, including the option to download more than just one file type! This latest development is aimed to help our users customize their experience based on their media needs. Here's a look at the new format offered and a quick look at deciding which is right for you! VideoBlocks Download Formats When you go to download a new clip on Video Blocks, you'll now notice that there are two download buttons. The first one is for an … Read more about Video Blocks Offers Multiple Download Formats

Another Conversion: Is Adobe Premiere Better Than Final Cut Pro?

Another Conversion: Is Adobe Premiere Better Than Final Cut Pro? I have to admit that this is a difficult blog post for me to write. I love Apple. I love Final Cut Pro. This brand has given me the feeling of professional prowess since my beginnings as a video editor at the ripe young age of 15. However, a time has come for me to make a very big decision. Does Apple's lack of compassion for the professional editor mean it's time to abandon ship? Is it time to become an Adobe enthusiast? Now, I've questioned my allegance to Final Cut Pro ever … Read more about Another Conversion: Is Adobe Premiere Better Than Final Cut Pro?