An interview from the 2015 Band Pro Open House with Derick Rhodes of Shutterstock. With more than 50 million royalty-free images and video clips, and plans to fit any budget, Shutterstock is a leading global marketplace for visual content. In this interview Derick talks with us about the company's progression, their impressive 4K footage collection, and the recent news of Shutterstock will be the exclusive distributor of Red Bull Media House's expanding stock video collection starting in 2016.
Over the next four years, Shutterstock will add 65,000 high-quality HD and 4K clips from Red Bull Media House to their collection, including some of the most stunning aerial, time-lapse, and slow-motion videos in the world. In addition to making this fantastic content available to Shutterstock users, they will also be partnering with Red Bull to produce a series of unique videos over the course of 2016, taking viewers behind the scenes with incredible athletes all around the world.
With Shutterstock Editor’s current features, you can crop photos using preset or custom sizes. Social media, email, and presentation sizes are already included. You can also apply a custom filter to change the look of your image. Try “Carbon” to get a black-and-white look, or opt for warmer hues with “Copper.” With Shutterstock Editor, there are 10 filters to choose from and endless ways to create a unique image for your latest project.
Shutterstock Sequence is a lightweight, easy-to-use video editing tool which lives entirely within your Chrome browser window. With Sequence, anyone can quickly search through over two million Shutterstock videos and audio tracks, dragging and dropping the files to build a video with ease. Once the video takes shape, it’s remarkably easy to save and share what you’ve created with friends and colleagues.
In addition to working with Shutterstock’s videos and music tracks, Sequence allows users to upload video and audio files of their own – by simply dragging and dropping them into the timeline from their desktop. While Sequence is available in Chrome now, they plan to roll the tool out to additional browsers later this year.
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