Shutterstock which offers high-quality assets, tools and services through its creative platform, announced a new content integration within Final Cut Pro X.
The collaboration will be the only stock footage extension to be integrated with the release of Final Cut Pro X, offering more than 250 million video, image, and music assets available for license. This custom-built extension is the first multi-asset API tool Shutterstock has ever launched.
For content creators, this collaboration is expected to streamline the video creation process by equipping filmmakers with the ability to browse, preview and purchase Shutterstock’s full collection of video, image, and music assets from within the Final Cut Pro X interface. Additionally, Shutterstock is providing Final Cut Pro X users with free access to hundreds of assets in twelve professionally-curated collections that can be downloaded and used in any project at no cost.
The extension also enables users to preview content by adding watermarked video, images, and music to their Final Cut Pro X project and then easily replace them with licensed, high-resolution assets at any time. The extension supports the same 21 languages supported by the Shutterstock site. It also supports the same pricing plans across all assets. Users without an existing Shutterstock account can create one directly within the extension.