Adobe Adds 100,000 4K Video Assets to Adobe Stock

February 5, 2016 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Websites | 2 Comments | |
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Adobe has announced the addition of 100,000 native 4K video assets to Adobe Stock. Available for licensing on stock.adobe.com, these videos can also be searched and purchased directly from the Creative Cloud Libraries panel in Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC and from there dragged directly into an open project. These new 4K assets are available today for $199.99. HD versions of the 4K clips are available for $79.99.

Adobe Press Release

Adobe Stock: Announcing 4K Video – Now Available!

We are excited to announce that over 100,000 native 4K video assets have been added to our ever-growing content collection on Adobe Stock. The collection already includes over one million video assets and over 45 million images and graphics.

4K is increasingly becoming the new standard for video production, and demand for higher resolution content, sometimes referred to as UHD, is growing quickly. For precision post-production work, 4K provides significantly more image detail than HD, giving you options you wouldn’t have at lower resolutions. 4K gives you the room to crop, reframe, pan, or add camera moves and effects to your footage, even if your final output will be in HD or 2K resolution.

Adobe Stock 4K content is native, meaning that it was shot in 4K or, in the case of computer-generated media, rendered in 4K, which offers more precise edges when creating mattes or for other compositing tasks.

Adobe Stock video content is available for licensing on stock.adobe.com and can also be searched and purchased directly from the Creative Cloud Libraries panel in Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC and from there dragged directly into an open project. Whether you need video clips for corporate or commercial use in videos, commercials, television shows or websites, Adobe Stock will have the video content you need.

These new 4K assets are available today for $199.99. While standard license terms apply, there is no limitation to the number of impressions. (HD versions of the 4K clips are available for $79.99).

We can’t wait to see what you make with Adobe Stock. Start searching today.



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#1 thegoodgears

I understood that the high resolution means the larger file size. So to run Adobe and edit 4K video require high resource. What the computer specs recommend to run this.

1:45 pm - Saturday, February 6, 2016

#2 Clif Haley

I wonder what the usage of 4k for stock purposes is these days? It's stunning, no doubt, but I think a lot of stock video is used for web videos seen on small screens. Also, if you're shooting a movie (let's say a documentary) in 1080 but then insert a 4k stock video (as b-roll, I presume)...would the difference be jarring?

4:00 pm - Thursday, February 11, 2016