Reelhouse Film and Video FX announces $99 unlimited download service


Last Updated: January 14, 2008 7:43 pm GMT
(Los Angeles, California--January 14, 2008) Reelhouse, the world first full-access film and video FX provider, announced today the release of the "day pass" - a new service that allows video editors of all skill levels to download an unlimited number of original, royalty-free Footage, Edit FX, Background Animations all at once - for one access price.

Priced this month at only $99 for 24 hours of unlimited broadcast quality downloads, the day pass breaks the long held tradition of forcing editors to buy expensive single clip downloads or waiting on DVD collections to arrive and instead offers editors full-access to a growing collection of more that 10,000 royalty-free clips - all at once. All Reelhouse clips are available in professional quality NTSC and PAL, Many in HD 1080p.

The Reelhouse day-pass offers both video enthusiasts' and seasoned professionals the ultimate way to build a professional quality stock video and FX library now while saving huge amounts of time, effort and money. "If we have learned anything from the enthusiasm of Apples final cut pro, YouTube and Myspace - we've learned that few editors in the world can afford $300 clips, and even at $50 per clip - it adds up quickly - we'd like to do away with this issue entirely and encourage a whole new generation of video editors the chance to stand out." states Adam Roe, Reelhouse President.

Reelhouse clips are all Royalty-Free and were designed for general effects use to easily be dropped directly into ANY Video edit or DVD timeline to enhance your own footage or alone for backgrounds, transitions, masks, and effects. As the clips are pre-rendered movies, not plugin filters, so you save tons of heavy render time.

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Re: News: Reelhouse Film and Video FX announces $99 unlimited download service
by Ed Hecht
Anyone have any experience with this company and/or this offer? Just curious as I can't seem to see any motion previews on four different machines/3 different OS's, all with the latest version of Quicktime. And emails to tech support there have gone unanswered.

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