(New York, New York--August 21, 2013) Shutterstock Inc., a leading provider of high-quality commercial digital imagery, announced today it will display and demonstrate its stock footage search system at the Sixth Annual Amsterdam SuperMeet. The SuperMeet takes place concurrently with the IBC2013 convention and exhibition, and is held on September 15th at the Winter Garden and Grand Ballroom at The Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam.
Visitors to the Shutterstock booth at SuperMeet can demo the Shutterstock clip search system, which assures an editor or producer can quickly find top quality, high definition video that meets his/her very need. Shutterstock’s footage collection recently passed one million clips, and continues to grow by 10,000 clips a week.
The SuperMeet drawing will include a GoPro camera provided by Shutterstock.
The SuperMeet is held under the aegis of the Creative Pro User Group Network (CPUG Network). The 2013 SuperMeet includes the Boston, Los Angeles and European CPUG chapters, as well as digital video user groups around the world. SuperMeet is the world’s largest gathering of creative and collaborative editors.
Attendees at the 2013 Amsterdam SuperMeet http://www.supermeet.com
will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with product managers representing dozens of the leading providers in the broadcast, video, and cine industry. It’s an opportunity to receive updates on editing systems, acquisition equipment and editing peripherals.
Shutterstock is a leading provider of high-quality, royalty-free digital footage to production, post-production, media, advertising and marketing agencies worldwide. With over one million files currently available, Shutterstock adds thousands of new licensable video clips to its collection each week.
Headquartered in New York City, Shutterstock also owns Bigstock, a value-oriented stock agency that offers both credit and subscription purchase options.
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