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We offer film and video footage in two different license categories: Royalty Free (RF) and Rights Managed (RM).
With RF licenses you are paying only a one-time license fee, even if you use the material several times and in various projects. RF is a perpetual license that provides the re-use of the relevant shots by the same customer. RF material often consists of ordinary content that is optimized for the usage in basic promotional projects.
RM licenses specify the use of shots with respect to the media (TV, internet, cinema, etc.), the duration and the geographical distribution. The fee will be calculated once you have decided on the exact manner of use. RM material is of the highest quality, requiring superior technical equipment and artistic skills. This license category therefore provides high value-added footage material for the customer's production.
License packs: In order to simplify the use of RM footage, we have pre-selected license packs, that cover essential rights of use in a package to be selected at one click. Some licensors offer such licenses specifically for the Internet at very reasonable rates.
As an orientation we use Google's browser policy
On the page with the shot details (opens when you click at the search result on the keyframe of the shot) you will find on the left sidebar a BIN showing more shots that were filmed at the same shoot and location.
Similar shots that have been found by the image similarity search of the Framepool website are displayed below the BIN. This selection is filtered out through a combination of computer generated matching keywords and patterns.
More on this at the question "Visual Search".