Motion Array For Creators: Everything You Need To know!

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By Vitaliy Lano. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Motion Array is a membership-based website that offers a wide array of digital assets for content creators, filmmakers, and anyone who is interested in post-production. For a flat monthly fee, you get unlimited access to the whole library of stock videos, motion graphics, royalty-free music and sound effects, photos, templates, presets, and plugins. There are almost a million assets to choose from, plus the new ones are constantly being added, so you'll never run out of choices. Moreover, Motion Array boasts the world’s largest catalog of Premiere Pro plugins, which makes the company different from any other subscription service I've ever used before. There are also thousands of templates in the library, including Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Premiere Rush, Davinci Resolve, and Final Cut Pro. Honestly, guys, when I first joined the platform, I was overwhelmed by all the choices. I initially decided to try Motion Array because of their collection of plugins, since its something that most of the other similar platforms lack, but it turns out, that their library of stock videos, music, and photos is also pretty good, too. Read Full Motion Array Review.
Pricing:
Motion Array has several subscription options. You can either sign up for a monthly plan which costs $29.99 per month or opt for an annual membership that costs $249.99 per year or around $20 per month.
Motion Array Pros
For $20 a month you get unlimited access to the whole library of high-quality stock videos, music, and images. It's more affordable than most stock video websites, and the quality is generally good, too. I also love Motion Array's collection of templates. I'm an Adobe user so this is a huge bonus for me. But even if you prefer Final Cut Pro, don't worry, there are a few thousand templates available for download for you, too. The third reason is the license. That's actually one of the most important factors for me when it comes to choosing a stock footage website. All the assets in the Motion Array library are covered by a simple, universal license, and most can be used for commercial purposes.
Motion Array cons.
Even though the library is big, there are some platforms that have twice as many assets. No, because for me there is more than enough content, and plus, the library is constantly growing and expanding, especially since Motion Array's acquisition by a Media Licensing company, Artlist in 2020. One thing I don't like is the fact that once your subscription ends, you can't use the files you downloaded anymore. However, that's not really a big deal, especially considering how affordable Motion Array subscription is. Also, the quality of some assets is not as great, and sometimes you have to dig a bit deeper to find the perfect file.
Is Motion Array worth it?
For me, the answer is yes. It's cheap, the library is big, and there are plenty of high-quality assets. Sometimes I have to spend a bit more time to find the footage I need, but it's common with all stock video websites. And the fact that you can actually download plugins on Motion Array? That alone makes it worth the price. Will Motion Array work for you? I think that Motion Array is a good fit for most content creators, but if you want to create really unique content, then you might consider purchasing single clips from premium services. However, if you are anything like me, and you are just looking for a source of unlimited - and affordable - stock footage and don't want to worry about licensing, then I highly recommend giving Motion Array ago.
Original Source: Motion Array Review: Is it Worth It In 2022

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