IMHO Reviews Motion Array Article Answers The Most Common Questions About The Platform

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Motion Array has received a lot of attention in the media in the past year after it was acquired by a media licensing company Artlist. In their latest article, IMHO Reviews discusses the platform and answers the most popular questions asked about it on the Internet.

Motion Array is a subscription-based service for filmmakers, content creators, and anyone who is involved in the post-production of videos. It was founded in 2013 and rapidly grew to become one of the biggest sources of stock footage, audio and images online. After its acquisition by Artlist at the end of 2020, Motion Array expanded its already wide catalog of digital assets and is now considered to be one of the best services in its segment.

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"Motion Array is not yet as popular as some of its competitors like Storyblocks or Envato Elements, but it's getting there. We now see that more and more people are choosing it over other similar services. There are several reasons for that. The first is, obviously, the price. Motion Array's annual subscription costs just $250 a year which is a steal for what you get. The second is their library. Motion Array markets itself as an all-in-one platform for video creators, and it does deliver on this promise," said the owner of IMHO Reviews, Vitaliy Lano.

IMHO Reviews article says that even though Motion Array has fewer assets than some services, it has a wider variety and a better quality than many. Motion Array is especially famous for its collection of Premiere Pro plugins, the biggest one among stock footage platforms. There are also some free plugins available for anyone to download at no cost. This option is offered to users who sign up for a free Motion Array account. In addition to plugins, users can download other free assets as well and get access to the shifter plugin and a one-month free trial of Motion Array's Video Review Tool and Portfolio Site Builder.

Another question raised in the article is Motion Array's licensing. "If you create a lot of content for clients, you need to be sure that every asset you download can be used in commercial projects. And Motion Array is great for that. You can use everything in the library in any of your projects, and that is true for both free and paid assets. However, it is important to mention, that once you cancel your membership, you won't be able to create any new projects using the assets you downloaded from Motion Array before. But everything that was created while your subscription was active will be covered forever. There is also no need to re-license any assets for new projects which I find very convenient," explained Vitaliy.

The article also compares Motion Array to other popular stock video sites - Storyblocks, Envato Elements, and Artgrid, and argues that choosing which one is the best depends on each individual's needs and preferences. Storyblocks is considered to be a great option for video creators, especially beginners, who are mostly interested in having access to unlimited stock footage. Envato Elements is a good site for content creators and web designers, as it has an extensive library of WordPress themes, Web templates, graphics, and photos. Artgrid is an excellent option for filmmakers who want to create state-of-the-art content because its library offers high-quality stock videos in different formats. IMHO Reviews recommends Motion Array to creatives who are looking for an affordable source of digital assets and who want to use quality plugins, templates, and presets in their projects.

For more information about Motion Array, read the latest IMHO Reviews article.


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