GoPro Announces New Premium Content Licensing Portal

Jul 22, 2015

Tiffany Mueller

Tiffany Mueller is a photographer and content strategist based in Hawi, Hawaii. Her work has been shared by top publications like The New York Times, Adobe, and others.

GoPro Announces New Premium Content Licensing Portal

Jul 22, 2015

Tiffany Mueller

Tiffany Mueller is a photographer and content strategist based in Hawi, Hawaii. Her work has been shared by top publications like The New York Times, Adobe, and others.

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In an announcement made on the camera maker’s website, GoPro shared it’s latest venture content licensing portal. GoPro says the service is geared towards “high production value content” which they hope will also eliminate “the pain points creative professionals have when sourcing content by helping them clear copyrights and likeness rights”. 

FStoppers reports the new agency will license clips at $1,000 per video for a six-month license. GoPro users producing professional quality video are welcome to submit their clips into the agencies database, though, as one would expect, videos will be subject to an approval process before they are accepted. Agencies and business wishing to use the service to purchase a license must also be approved before they gain access to content.

Some other highlights of the program include a lightbox which allows creative team members to share video previews, batch downloads of low and hi-res videos, watermarking of videos, in addition to license request tracking and reporting. To learn more about the program, you can read the official press release, here. Those interested in selling or purchasing video through the new service are invited to request access by filling out the form located, here.

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One response to “GoPro Announces New Premium Content Licensing Portal”

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    It seems like GoPro is trying to transition from a hardware company to a content company.