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Find Free to Use Video Footage
All of the websites below provide video footage that is free to use. Some footage is licensed through creative commons, some is hosted on databases that use licenses similar to creative commons, and some is in the public domain. Always look at licensing information to determine how to properly attribute your sources, if footage can be used for commercial purposes, and whether adaptations or derivatives are allowed.
Search for stock videos, motion graphics, music, and sound effects on Videvo. After an initial search, filter license type to Videvo Attribution License or CC BY 3.0 to limit results to free use content only.
National Park Service B-Roll Archive
"Grand Canyon National Park's B-Roll archive is an online resource designed to provide free, public domain, downloadable video clips for multimedia use. All video files in this archive are 'public domain' clips. You are free to use these videos without a release from the National Park Service."
"Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images, videos and music. All contents are released under the Pixabay License, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist - even for commercial purposes."
Pexels stock photos and video footage are all under the Pexels license, which allows for reuse and modification. After an initial search, you can limit results to video only.
Videezy has a large collection of easy to search, free to use HD stock footage. To limit results to free use footage only, apply the "License Type" filters "Standard" and "Creative Commons" after an initial search.