We’ve made a list of resources where you can get Free Stock Video on your marketing content.
People watch over a billion hours of videos on YouTube every day. More than a billion individual videos are viewed on TikTok every day.
Even Instagram, the world’s most popular photo-sharing app, has announced that it’s shifting its focus to videos…probably because Instagram videos have twice the engagement of Instagram photos.
In general, the average person spends about 100 minutes a day watching videos online.
That’s exactly what we have here for you. Read on for a list of movie sites you can reuse, remix, or reimagine without worrying about copyright infringement.
Let’s make movies, okay?
6 of the best free stock Video sites
Pixabay offers over 2.3 million images and videos, all released under a Pixabay simplified license. All content on the site can be used free of charge, whether for commercial or non-commercial purposes, for print or digital. (Although some downloads specifically explain “what’s not allowed.”) You don’t need to get permission or give the artist credit for using or editing the content (but it’s still a good idea to always get credit for the content owner).
Pixabay has a huge collection of HD videos, whether you’re looking for a quick 12-second clip of someone typing or a one-minute snapshot of Earth’s future as seen from space.
Videvo offers thousands of free stock videos, as well as community-created movies, music, and sound effects.
Tracks downloaded from Videvo are licensed in different ways – some of which you may not be able to use for specific types of projects. There is a complete overview of all the different license types, but here is a quick overview:
- With Videvo’s attribution license you can use a track for free, but you must mention the original author.
- Creative Commons 3.0 clips can also be used free of charge, with credit, and can be remixed or modified.
- Public domain licenses mean they’re yours to do what you want!
See the individual usage rights for each video for more details.
Pexels started as a free photo site but has since added a huge library of free HD and 4K videos.
With the Pexels license, all photos and videos can be used free of charge and without credit (although crediting the cameraman is certainly welcome). Videos can be edited and edited as desired.
Scroll through your daily “trend-free stock videos” to find the most popular stock videos…like this relaxing, interconnected footage.
Videezy has a huge collection of royalty-free music videos for personal and commercial use, but always check the specific license information for each song to ensure your favorite footage is available.
Most require you to credit Videezy.com when using your footage. However, you can also buy credits that allow you to use the movie without rewarding it.
There is a wide range of high-quality video clips to choose from, in HD and 4K resolution.
Life of Vids
Life of Vids is a collection of free videos, clips, and loops from Leeroy, an advertising agency based in Montreal, Canada. There are no copyright restrictions, but redistribution to other sites is limited to 10 videos. (If you like, they welcome you to buy a beer or send you a message.)
New videos are added weekly and there is a good collection of free photos that you can also check out.
Through entrepreneurs and directors who need beautiful videos for their products, Coverr aims to meet the same need as other emerging brands: a little gift to the world, if you like.
Now you have thousands of free videos that have been downloaded over five million times. All videos are in HD and can be downloaded in MP4 format.
No subscription required, no commands required, just download the video for free instantly. Use these beautiful tracks in commercial or personal video projects and copy or edit them to your liking.