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New Video Clips & Collections for August

Searching for footage for your music video? We’ve just dropped four new video collections with over 100 clips for you to choose from. Just pick your clips and let Rotor handle the video editing.

Turkish Lights

A montage of bright, bold colours and mosaic patterns, our Turkish Lights collection will entrance your fans from beginning to end. This collection, filmed on a slow-moving camera, pans around a darkened room to reveal mosaic glass lamps, inspired by Arabic and Asian design patterns and textures. The vivid colours and the intricate, handmade beads give a rich, regal feel to our Turkish Lights collections. We recommend using this footage with country, ambient, pop or Bollywood music genres.


Sail down the river Seine and take your fans to the most iconic tourist sites in the city of romance with our Paris collection. Shot from a riverboat with a handheld camera, this footage shows the bustling Paris riverbanks—perfect for a romantic, narrative music video. Don’t be afraid to mix this footage with clips from other city collections and tie them together with one of our editing styles. We recommend using our Paris collection with ambient, chill, moody, country or classic music genres.

Paper Animation

Our quirky Paper Animation collection looks like it’s straight from a storybook. This footage features cartoon houses, paper birds, spiral trees and towering, cut-out mountains, created using stop motion animation in an art and craft style. You won’t be stuck for choice with our Paper Animation collection—the mix of colours and textures gives this footage lots of variety. We recommend trying our Paper Animation collection with pop, chill, ambient, indie or alternative music genres.


Step back in time with our Dragnet collection, inspired by the iconic 1950’s television series. This footage is monochrome throughout and has a classic film grain texture, authentic to the era. We love our Dragnet collection when paired with classical music, film soundtracks and tracks from the 1940s and 1950s.

No footage? No problem!

At Rotor, there are thousands of beautifully-filmed clips with footage we’ve commissioned exclusively for our Rotor users. Although finding stock video is easy when you’re an independent artist, finding high-quality stock footage isn’t. At Rotor, we aim to make it as easy as possible for you to find the right visuals to showcase your song.