Top 3 Completely Free Video Libraries for Your Website

To no surprise comes a fact that a video footage can stretch your website build budget. Delegating the task to a professional video crew can take a huge slice of a pie, yet stock video libraries don't always offer a great value for money.

Free Video Libraries
Article by Tomasz Lisiecki
I help companies and startups to get their ideas across the finish line. I believe websites aren't there just for looks. A good website brings new leads, generates sales and creates a brand awareness.

There is no shadow of a doubt that carefully selected videos can liven up your website. In fact, some report that a video in a pop-up boosted their conversion rate by 100%.

We crawled the Web in search for video libraries that provide at least the same quality footage entirely for free. They might not have such diversified portfolio as other paid equivalents, but they certainly deserve your attention.

Pexels Videos

Pexels Video is a free video library which we came across very recently. It comes with a bottomless database of high-quality stock footage, which you can easily search with their intuitive navigation.

Videvo

Videvo Library

Videvo should be your next stop if you are looking for free video footage. Additionally, they also host motion graphics, music and sound effects.

Coverr

Coverr shares video-only archives from which you can obtain the highest quality videos for your website. They also add seven videos each Monday, so make sure to stay tuned.

If you are looking for royalty-free and high-quality images, take a look at our previous post from the series.

Do you know any other video libraries worth adding to the list? Please let us know in the comments section below.

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