Vimeo Stock offers exceptional, royalty-free stock video for purchase. We partnered with world-class creators from our community to exclusively license their collections for sale through Vimeo Stock.
Since all of our stock clips are royalty-free and cleared for commercial use, you can use each licensed clip in an unlimited number of video projects, such as narrative films, documentary films, and commercials, as well as on websites and in corporate videos.
All paid Vimeo members receive a 20% discount on stock clip purchases. If you don’t have a Vimeo subscription yet, you can purchase one with your stock clips to receive 20% off your whole order.
Finding the right stock clip
There are a few ways to explore Vimeo’s collection of stock clips. The first step is to head to Vimeo Stock landing page: vimeo.com/stock.
From there, you can either search keywords to find stock clips that would work for your video project, or browse one of our handpicked collections. You can filter down search results by clip details like price, duration, video quality, frame rate, and whether the clip is a Vimeo Exclusive.
The stock clip page
In addition to watching the video in its entirety with a watermark, there are a few actions you can take once you’ve landed on a specific stock clip page.
Purchase the video in 4K or HD. You’ll see details about the file format (e.g. ProRes, H.264) and resolution (ranging from 838 x 2048 to 2700 x 4800) alongside pricing information. You’ll also find additional information about frame rate and clip duration below the video player. If you don’t already have a Vimeo subscription, you have the option to add one to your cart along with the stock clip to save 20% on your whole order. If you already have a Vimeo subscription, the 20% discount for stock clips is automatically applied.
Download a 720 x 1280 version of the video file (or “comp”), with a watermark added. While you can’t use these watermarked files in any video that you distribute online, they are perfect for testing in your edit before licensing.
Add the stock clip to a new or existing album. Once in an album, collections of stock clips can be used as wishlists or moodboards to start gathering ideas for your projects. You can also share albums with collaborators to make sure you’re aligned with your team on which clips work best before you make the purchases. It’s also simple to download comps and add clips to your cart directly from an album.
Browse similar videos by clicking on the tags associated with the stock clip that are displayed prominently below the video player. You’ll also see thumbnails of other stock clips from the same creator in a grid just above the footer at the bottom of the stock clip page.