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How to fit your creations to our users' needs - Footage
How to fit your creations to our users' needs - Footage

Check out our vision to making the footage catalog better than ever!

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Written by Support
Updated over a week ago

Hey Creators,

Thanks to you, our catalog is enriched daily with varied and high-quality footage. We have taken the time to better understand what our users want and need and we'd love to share it with you.


  • Resolution: Higher resolution - minimum of Full HD (1920x1080), 4K (3840x2160), and even 8K

  • Frame rate: A higher frame rate, that will contribute to smoother motion - 24 fps, 30 fps, and 60 fps

  • Bitrate: A higher bitrate generally leads to better image quality.

  • Lighting: Well-controlled and appropriate

  • Stability: Unwanted camera movement can degrade the overall quality of the footage

  • Post-production techniques: Professional color grading, editing, and other post-production processes contribute to the final quality of the footage

  • Visual style: Developing a unique visual style or signature look can make the footage stand out


  • Diversity - representation of diverse people from different backgrounds, ages, and countries

  • Acting: Genuine and reliable acting

  • Authenticity: Authentic and genuine moments resonate with viewers. Like real-life situations, honest performances, and good storytelling

  • Set design: Paying attention to small details can elevate the quality of the footage. Like costume choices or elements that relate to updated trends

The combination of technical excellence along with creativity and authenticity makes the footage truly exceptional.

We're excited to see how your upcoming submissions will bring this vision to life. Remember, we're here to support you every step of the way, so don't hesitate to reach out if you have questions or need guidance. Contact us at

Thank you for your continued dedication and creativity.

The Motion Array Team

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