IMHO Reviews Motion Array The Stock Media Platform In Their Latest Video

Aventura, Florida -

In the new video, IMHO Reviews continues their series of reviews of the stock footage platforms. This time they analyze a company called Motion Array.

Motion Array is a digital assets platform that offers its members access to over a half-million stock videos, audio, images, templates, and presets. Over a year ago, it was acquired by an Israel-based creative technology company Artlist. This led to Motion Array's rapid growth and attracted thousands of new users from all around the world, making it one of the most popular stock media companies.

Motion Array Review is it worth it?

IMHO Reviews video focuses on Motion Array's features and discusses whether the platform is a good fit for filmmakers and content creators. It also talks about the platform's competitors, like Artgrid, Adobe Stock, and Shutterstock.

"Motion Array is a relatively new website but it has already gained a lot of popularity among filmmakers. It is one of the cheapest stock media subscription sites today - you get unlimited access to all assets in the library for $20 with a purchase of an annual membership, but the price in no way affects the quality. I was really impressed by the size of the library, it has everything that I, as a content creator, need for my projects. Plus, unlike most similar services, it has a huge catalog of plugins and presets, and the world's largest catalog of Premiere Pro templates," -shared Vitaliy Lano, the owner of IMHO Reviews.

The video explains how Motion Array works. For a monthly fee of $29.00 (or $249.00 per year) members get access to all files in the library, which includes footage, motion graphics, music, sound effects, images, templates, and presets. Everything in the library is covered by a universal, commercial license, and can be used in any project as long as the subscription is active.

"Motion Array offers a great value for the money. Some content is somewhat common but the majority of the footage is good. What makes it different from any other stock subscription service that I tried is the vast collection of plugins. That alone could cost hundreds of dollars, and with a Motion Array subscription, you get it for free. The only thing I don't like is that once you cancel your membership you can no longer use any of the downloaded files in new projects. However, that's obviously, not a big deal considering how cheap the subscription is," added Vitaliy.

According to the video, the Motion Array subscription comes with three tools that can be useful for video creators. A Video Collaboration & Review tool enables users to share their uploaded projects with clients and members of their team in real-time to get feedback. Portfolio Builder tool helps build professional-looking video portfolio websites in a matter of minutes. Integrations is a marketplace extension for Adobe, that allows users to import and download any asset they need inside their Adobe application. There is also a Learn category on the website that is available to all members at no cost, that has tutorials on topics like business, post-production, After Effects, Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, filmmaking, motion design, photography, and more.

"What makes these tools great is that they are so easy to use, almost anyone can do it. They save a lot of time, too. With all these new tools and features, Motion Array is really becoming a one-stop for all your creative needs, and I think that soon enough it will become the top stock footage site on the market," said Vitaliy.

For more information on the Motion Array platform and the latest news and updates, check out the IMHO Reviews video and article.


For more information about IMHO Reviews, contact the company here:

IMHO Reviews
Vitaliy Lano
19051 Biscayne blvd, Aventura, Fl 33160