How to Produce Professional Videos in Your Pyjamas Amelia GrahamMay 13, 20176 viewslifestyle0 Comments6 views If you’re a budding film-maker, producer or a YouTube vlogger with not a lot of time on your hands, we’ve recently discovered just how easy it is to produce extremely professional videos, in the comfort of your own home, and affordable for even the tightest budget. CinemaStock.com recently launched its stock footage platform offering low-cost subscription-based film footage, video and animation clips for YouTube video producers, Indie film-makers, music video producers and even video marketers. Filmed at a Las Vegas film studio led by producers David Marcus and Brandon Klock. This promising new start-up offers hundreds of green-screen actors playing zombies, gangsters, policemen, protesters, tourists, pedestrians and plenty of other characters, all with removed backgrounds, ready for inserting into any scene. Each one is customisable, professionally filmed and acted spec commercials to be used by video marketers producing small business advertisements. Commercials can be customized for such businesses as home repair, cleaning services, attorneys, pizza restaurants, car wash, insect exterminators, etc. Some of the commercials were produced using animation techniques, including claymation with the use of stop-motion, as well as motion graphics. B-roll, aerial, time-lapse, and editorial footage from Advertisements can be customised for such businesses such as; home repair, cleaning services, bar openings, pizza restaurants and even online boutique websites. Some of the advertisements were produced using animation techniques, including claymation with the use of stop-motion, as well as motion graphics. Music video inserts consist of dancers, drink shots, and other elements perfect for producing hip music videos. All footage featuring individual actors and characters is model-released and available for use by filmmakers without further licensing fees. Amelia Graham Access to the video library is priced starting at $39.95 (£31.00)/month, with 4K and 5K footage and Adobe project files available at higher subscription levels.