Are you wondering why searching for Corbis Motion leads you to Getty Images? That’s because the stock video site is no longer available in Corbis. It is now part of the more comprehensive and diverse library of GI. The shift started in May 2016 and was completed in the summer. This means your favorite Corbis videos is now accessible at Getty’s library.
Not all stock footages were transferred to Getty Images. Only the best and most significant videos are available in the stock site. Now, you can access over 200 million of stunning content, plus expert insights and global services, all in one place. Here are some things you need to know about Corbis Motion now:
- It is now available as part of Getty Images’ library.
- Only the most popular stock footages were migrated, along with many media partners.
- You can purchase the videos through Getty’s very own pricing.
- You can find Corbis content using the current Corbis asset ID.
- The move started on May 2, 2016 and was completed during the summer.
If you can’t find Corbis Motion anymore, don’t panic. It just moved to a better place. This merge with Getty Images gives you a wider range of options – over 200 million to be exact. You can still access the most popular videos from CM, as well as Getty’s very own high quality collection. Stock footages from BBC Motion, National Geographic and other popular media sites are also available in the stock site.
Moving Corbis Motion to Getty Images is not really sad news. It is definitely good for both members of the stock sites. Now, they have a more comprehensive and diverse collection of stock assets to explore. Corbis members will also get a chance to purchase Corbis footages at lower rates with Getty’s new offering – Ultrapacks.
What are you waiting for? Check out Corbis Motion at Getty Images and download that stock footage you’ve been eyeing for a long time now.