How does free stock video work

The last couple of months we’ve seen a huge increase in demand of free content. Everything from images to classic stock video and drone footage. And of course we want to be able to provide our community with what they need. So, we’ve recently launched a free resource with plenty of great looking drone clips – to use any way you like!

Here’s how it works:
All videos that you purchase or download for free through the VReel platform can be used in any kind of video project that you choose, including commercial projects. You may reuse them as many times as you like for as long as you like. For a full breakdown on content usage, please visit the Terms and Conditions for Users.

As a part of the VReel platform terms of use, you may not resell or share the clips in a way that will recreate a similar service or compete with the VReel business model. You may however, use the clips as a part of an edited commercial project that will bring you monetary gain.

Trimming clips and putting several clips together is exactly what we hope VReel users will do. The drone footage is available to be cut up and inserted into your film/video to enhance the final project. Remember you can use the clips for any kind of video project – forever.

You may use the clips as a part of an edited commercial project that will bring you monetary gain. This includes selling finished projects to third-parties.

Will we add more clips?
Hell yeah! For now we have free drone footage available from Iceland, Sweden, Bristol, Palm Springs / California, the French Alps, Devon, Saint Tropez, Milan and Positano. But we will keep adding more locations as we go. If you’re keen to find out when we launch new clips, sign up to our mailing list

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