I have joined SS today with the aim of submitting digital footage's which i create in After effects and Maya...I have seen a lot of them in the footage section which are created by different authors.
Some links of such types of animations.
I tried searching for the guidelines for submitting these footage but could not find them in the forum or shutter-biz..
All the topics in the footage section talk about the videos shot by camera..
I want to know what do shutter-stock call these footage? Stock footage ? then what is a video footage called?
I am looking forward to create some animations and put them on shutter-stock for sale..
If anyone has any idea of what I am talking about, please let me know..
I would like to know what copyright release info is needed along with these clips...what formats and type of animations are acceptable..
Thanks and look forward to you response.
Joined: 14 Apr 2010
Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:48 am
Stock footage is stock footage whether it is created in-camera or digitally.
The same guidelines apply for CGI as they do for video. Just render out according to the specifications, such as a quicktime mov photojpeg progressive between 75-95%.
You may want to specify that your videos are CGI in the description.
Joined: 10 Jan 2009
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Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 6:15 pm
And Welcome to Shutterstock. Look forward to seeing some of your work! ;-)