You may use the video footage on various applications such as: commercials or advertisements, video montage, broadcast programs, presentations, web banners, YouTube videos and many more. If you need more clarification on the various usage of 123RF's video footage, please contact us with your questions.
Full HD (1080p) and HD ready (720p) is a measure of vertical screen resolution and video quality. HD ready takes up 720 pixels while Full HD measures 1080 pixels. In terms of clarity, a Full HD video that measures 1920 pixels x 1080 pixels will be clearer than another video which displays at 1280 pixels x 720 pixels rated at HD only. However, in order to view the video output at higher quality the hardware that displays the video has to be Full HD capable or HD ready.
Depending on the country, the term broadcast quality differs in its specifications and requirements. A Full HD or HD ready video size would be of sufficiently high quality if the need arises to interpolate or re-encode the final video to be conformant to broadcast quality of any country.
Frame rate (also known as frame frequency) is the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces unique consecutive images called frames. Frame rate is most often expressed in frames per second (FPS).
NTSC, named for the National Television System Committee, is the analog television system that is used in most of North America, parts of South America (except Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and French Guiana), Burma, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, and some Pacific island nations and territories. PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is an analogue television colour encoding system used in broadcast television systems in many other countries. The difference between PAL and NTSC format lies in its fps specification. NTSC is used with an fps of 30 (or 29.97) and PAL runs at 25 fps.
Footage content on 123RF.com can be purchased under a credit system. You will need to purchase credits first before being able to license and download the footage file. Each footage file has its own credit pricing, which is listed on the footage detail page, and you require the correct number of credits before licensing and downloading any footage file.
First, visit the Footage details page. Then click on the "Download" button to start the download process. Please remember, you need to have sufficient 123RF Download Credits to download any footage from 123RF.com.
Most video editing software will be able to handle .MOV files. Some examples are Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier, Adobe After Effects, Pinnacle Studios and many more. We recommend using Google to research on suitable software that you can use to manipulate the downloaded video footage file.