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Stock footage and images

Riddle us this: what's a really quick way to spice up your videos, making it look extra polished, and super professional? Stock footage and images, of course! Find out how to quickly and easily add stock clips and images to your next video.

Accessing and using stock footage and images

To browse our amazing library of footage and images:

Click on Add from the left sidebar or from the Plus button on the right side of your Timeline

Select Videos and Images from the Type of Scenes category

Select Videos from the toggle in the category for Stock Footage, and select Images if you'd like to add still pictures instead.

Browse our pre-stacked folders, or use the search bar with a keyword

You can add multiple scenes to your Timeline at once. Just keep clicking and watch them appear on the Timeline at the bottom of your screen!

Pro tip: If you love a specific scene, you can click on the heart icon on the top right corner of the scene thumbnail. This will save it to the Favorite folder, saving you a search to find it again in the future!

Editing options for stock footage and images

Once you have added a scene to your project, there are some things you can do to it so it will match the message that you want to convey.

Replace background

You can use this option if you want to go back to the Library to change the scene.

Delete background

It's the Trash Bin icon next to Replace. You click on this to take the selected footage out of your Scene.

Trim footage

If you'd like to showcase only a specific bit of the footage on the scene, you can click Trim. This is only available for Footage.

For example, if the scene shows someone holding a fishing pole, and then casting it off, but you want to only show the part where they throw the line, simply select this function and use the sliders to clip the footage, as you see on the .gif above!


We have three options in the Placement category:

Zoom, to magnify or reduce the size of the footage in the background.

Flip, to rotate the footage 180 degrees.

Reset, to bring everything back to the default setting.

Color filter

The color filter option will cast a color overlay on top of your scene. You can choose your color, and select the opacity by using the slider.

Background color

The last option is to change the color of the background of the scene! Simply click on the circle, and select that perfect shade for the backdrop of your fabulous scene. This is extra fun if you push the footage to the side to reveal a plain background behind it!

Now you know all you need to know about using our vast library of videos and images! Have fun creating fun, memorable projects in Biteable!

Updated on: 05/06/2023

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