FAQ

Licensing

How do I licence footage on your website?

We offer a number of flexible options to suit your budget. You may purchase any clip individually or as part of a bulk deal. You choose which rights, media, territory and term you require and per clip our system calculates the price for you. This way you only pay for what you need.

How do bulk deals work?

Bulk deals are set up in advance and pre-paid so that when you next log in, your account will have been credited and you can proceed to download your full HD clips. Bulk deals are offered on 5,10, 50 and 100 clips. Contact us directly by phone or email if you are interested in one of these deals.

What do you mean by ?

All rights – Content may be used for any purpose within the terms and conditions of the licence agreement but always specifically excludes Theatrical and Promotional use – that is – excludes use for feature films, commercials or trailers.

Episodic Programme – A one off programme or series of programmes telling a story each of less than one hour duration. eg: tv documentary or use for in-game content. Also includes Airline in-flight programming.

Feature Film – A story of extended length usually made for tv, cinema, dvd or internet broadcast.

Commercial – A short film advertising a commercial product.

Non-Broadcast – Any use that is directed at an audience of less than 500 people and excludes tv or internet broadcast.

Trailer – A short film to be shown on tv, internet and cinema advertising a feature film or episodic programme.

All media – all means of showing an audio visual product by means that exist now and in the future. Includes video on demand.

Broadcast & Cable – Terrestrial, Satellite and cable network television.

Public Service & Educational – Government owned broadcasters and charitable educational institutions Including non-theatrical rights.

Internet & mobile – For internet broadcast or website use and broadcast via mobile networks.

Corporate – For use by an individual company in internal communications.

Home Video Rights – For use in the reproduction, sales and distribution of home video/ dvd/ blu-ray or other future home entertainment system.

Cinema – For use in public cinemas with paid audiences. Also known as theatrical rights and including Public Video rights.