VidLib for iMovie & Final Cut - Professional royalty free HD stock video footage
Developer: App Holdings
Current Version: 2.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 5.7 MB - Download
The world's first stock footage app. VidLib makes sourcing of professional video stock footage affordable and hassle free.
License securely and quickly with a simple in-app purchase and download the file to use royalty free in your professional commercial video projects.
We offer both professional Photo JPEG files and a more cost efficient H264 version of all our stock footage videos.
A new exciting category with amazing 4k footage also available in VidLib where cool time lapse footage and stop motion clips can be found. There are over 60 categories in total resulting in over 100.000 amazing clips all together.
Once you have paid a royalty free license the video clip can be downloaded to your computer ready to be used in iMovie, Final Cut or Adobe premier and all other professional editing suites.
Royalty free means you can use the clips over and over again and not have to pay any additional fees to publish and use the clip commercially in any projects.
VidLib is also available for iOS.
All rights reserved VidLib TM
Video Clips Ltd - www.vidlib.com
:: Studio Objects
New category added of beautiful rotating object in a white out studio. Perfect for those commercial shots.
:: Features Artist
Spotmatik, the top seller of footage in VidLib since launch has brought us a new exclusive selection of their best 4K footage.
Most Helpful Reviews
VIDLIB - I have had this app since it started, been threw all the updates. NO problems ever. I Skim the video I need, purchase it and never had a issue. Have not even seen all the clips yes. so many.
terrible. - You can’t shoot videos on this app. You can only watch other peoples short video clips.
More Reviews for Current Version
question - Hi! I would like to know if is there anything free in this app???? thanks!
Mac Book Pro 13” display not getting set correctly - The main browser window needs to automatically setup for the current display size and resolution for a Mac Book Pro 13” - circa 2011 edition. (Works great on iPad - but that’s too slow for my video work.) Right now - the browser window opens too large - forcing the search text window into the Desktop Toolbar - and forcing the top menu area under the top of the desktop window. Also - I can not seem to get the Tap and Hold features to work in the Mac App 2.0 version - probably because the blue button regions are somewhere off the actual Mac Book Pro 13” display. Thanks for your attention to this detail - and looking forward to the next build of Vidlib for Mac OSX App