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Originally posted by Jack Pfeiffer and moved here to keep things clean

 

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Hi All...

 

Believe it or not, I have found a website with FREE FOOTAGE...

 

OK.. it is olde histroic stuff (lots of it very funny!) The Website is called Archive.org and they provide a collection that is free and open for everyone to use. They say their goal is digitizing images and putting them online to provide easy access to a rich and fascinating core collection of archival films. They provide "near-unrestricted" access to these films and hope to encourage widespread use of moving images in new contexts by people who might not have used them before.....

 

They also have a variety of clips from SIGGRAPH available for download..

A Kool Resource, by All means..

 

Visit..

 

http://www.archive.org/ and Click on MOVING IMAGES..

 

 

Bye,

 

Jack Pfeiffer

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http://www.open-video.org/

 

"Copyright Issues

The Open Video repository provides video clips from a variety of sources, especially various video programs obtained from U.S. government agencies such as the U.S. Records and Archives Administration and NASA. Although the government agency videos were produced with public funds and are freely available from the Archives, no copyright clearance has been obtained for audio or video elements in these productions. We encourage researchers to use the data under fair use for research purposes. Those wishing to use these video clips in any commercial enterprise must bear the burden of obtaining copyright clearances."

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"Footage taken from 1891 to 1922 with Edison's Kinetograph. This collection features 341 Edison films. The earliest example is a camera test made in 1891, followed by other tests and a wide variety of new items and dramas up until the year 1918. Nice historic black & white footage. The QuickTime versions of these clips are a bit too low-res, though the MPG versions are all 320x240"

 

http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/edhtml/edmvhm.html

 

With thanks to mograph pal god

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Originally posted by Pixelpimp:

 

Great Source of Free Stock Images:

www.imageafter.com

 

enjoy

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