It almost seems like in the old days that “High Definition” could cause great astonishment. Actually it has become a standard format for us within the last years. So now that the HD hype is over, everybody talks about 4K. But we’re not only talking of course… Within the last weeks we upgraded our storage capacities quite enormously. With the step from LTO-4 to LTO-6, the possible data volume tripled from 800 GB to 2.5 TB per tape. This goes along with a significant increase of the reading-speed and an acceleration of delivery times – so from now on we can serve our growing customer base even better and faster. And, of course, we are perfectly prepared for the enormous amounts of 4K data! Within several weeks, it will be possible to order 4K shots for playout directly via our online store. But already now, you can choose between more than 10,000 stock footage clips in 4K – ranging from animals on green screen or in the wild through cities at night to underwater footage. And everyday they are getting more… Have a look at the amazing quality yourself! In any case, we are really proud of paving the way for the 4K content revolution 😉
Have you ever been to Neuschwanstein Castle? If so, what do you remember the most? The great architecture, the lovely surroundings – or the vast amount of tourists from all over the world? If you think of the latter in the first place, then our new video is for you: We take you onto a flight over one of the most popular and beautiful places in the world. You have enough time to enjoy, nobody will jostle against you, there’s no need to buy any entry ticket or wait up to five hours in a queue. Like this, sight-seeing becomes a pure pleasure…
Join us for a flight over one of the most popular holiday locations in Europe: Bavaria. Certainly you already have some associations connected with the Southern part of Germany: Big lakes and mountains, nice little villages, a lot of cows and popular traditions. And yes, most of this is true 😉 But we will show you this lovely region from another perspective…
On 28 August is the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington. This film is edited from our HD stock footage and dedicated to Martin Luther King – one of the greatest political leaders of 20th century. More than 250.000 participants made the March on Washington to the greatest demonstration for civil rights and freedom that America had ever seen so far. The stock footage has been shot on 16mm film and transferred to HD by Framepool.
Stephan Bleek | | Zeitgeist – Vintage Film | 16mm, 1963, civil rights, Copyright, freedom, HD, historical, historical Footage, March on Washington, Martin Luther King, Stock footage, United States of America | 0 Comments
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May we present: our clients! As stock footage collection run by filmmakers, we are proud to work with both local film production companies and global players of the film industry alike. Here are some of their inspiring projects.
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Thankfully, numerous initiatives have been adopted by the film, broadcast and advertising industries to reduce the toxic emissions of C02 in film production. Greenpeace recently realized a video about CO2 dangers with Framepool footage.
Framepool is pleased to be part of the film community’s effort to ensure a more healthier planet by introducing The Green Cart – license videoclips online and protect the environment. The use of stock footage helps you run a more climate friendly, ecological and economical production.
Stephan Bleek | | Good to know, Nature films, Press Area | 4K, 4K Ultra HD, Cineflex, CO2, emission, environment, Europe, film, film production, footage, Framepool, Green, Green Cart, green producing, greenpeace, HD, historical Footage, showreel, Stock footage, USA, Video | 3 Comments
This film collage shows some impressions edited with our footage of the state visits of the Presidents Kennedy and Obama in Berlin 1963 and 2013.
The researchers of Framepool recently found a 35mm color archival film reel about the state visit of President John F. Kennedy in Wiesbaden, June 25th and 26th 1963 that has never been shown to the public yet. You can watch the film digitized in full HD.