IMHO reviews the Motion Array article which answers the most common questions about the platform


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

Movement chart is a subscription-based service for filmmakers, content creators, and anyone involved in video post-production. It was founded in 2013 and has quickly grown to become one of the largest sources of stock footage, audio, and images online. Following its acquisition by Artlist in late 2020, Motion Array has expanded its already large catalog of digital assets and is now considered one of the best services in its segment.

“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 more and more people choosing it over other similar services. There are several reasons for this. The first is obviously the price. Motion Array’s annual subscription is only $250 per year, which is a bargain for what you get. The second is their library. Motion Array bills itself as an all-in-one platform for video creators, and it delivers on that promise,” said IMHO Reviews owner Vitaliy Lano.

The IMHO Reviews article states that while Motion Array has fewer assets than some services, it has more variety and better quality than many. Motion Array is particularly famous for its collection of Premiere Pro plugins, the largest among archive platforms. There are also free plugins that anyone can download for free. This option is available to users who sign up for a free Motion Array account. In addition to plug-ins, users can also download other free resources and get access to shifter plug-in and one-month free trial of video review tool and portfolio site builder of Motion Array.

Another issue raised in the article is the Motion Array license. “If you create a lot of content for your clients, you need to make sure that every asset you upload can be used in commercial projects. And Motion Array is ideal for this. You can use anything in the library in any of your projects, and this is true for both free and paid assets. However, it is important to mention that once you cancel your membership, you will no longer be able to create new projects using the assets you downloaded from Motion Array before. But anything created while your subscription was active will be covered forever. There is also no need to re-license assets for new projects, which I find very convenient,” Vitaliy explained.

The article also compares Motion Array to other popular stock video sites – Storyblocks, Envato Elements, and Artgrid, and claims that choosing the best depends on each individual’s needs and preferences. Storyblocks is considered a great option for video creators, especially beginners, who primarily want access to unlimited stock footage. Envato Elements is a good site for content creators and web designers because it has a huge library of WordPress themes, web templates, graphics, and photos. Artgrid is a great option for filmmakers who want to create cutting-edge content, as its library offers high-quality videos in various formats. IMHO Reviews recommends Motion Array to creatives who are looking for an affordable source of digital assets and want to use quality plugins, templates, and presets in their projects.

For more motion array informationread the latest IMHO Reviews article.


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