Indonesia's first e-commerce site for video footage IndonesiaStockShot.com launched

IndonesiaStockShot - desktop full page.jpgIndonesiaStockShot.com (ISS), the first e-commerce site for video footage in Indonesia, has  introduced its features developed to meet its customers' needs at a soft launch. Tjandra Wibowo, ISS' Director, who operates under Idea Group Indonesia, initiated the footage e-commerce site.

According to Wibowo, the site is built for national and international markets who need video footage about Indonesia both in SD (standard-definition) and HD (high-definition). "So far, those who need such video footage have to record and produce their own videos, whereas it usually costs them a large amount of money. Our (ISS) intention is to help them, especially those who need specific video footage of Indonesia, "said Wibowo
IndonesiaStockShot will have two types of content utilization: editorial and commercial. Video editorial is for media that requires a background video footage to complement their special report coverage. Mostly, many electronic news agencies and televisions require editorial type videos. While commercial video is for filmmakers, creative agencies and production houses that require a background video to be stitched with self-produced videos. Currently, ISS has a collection of thousands of video footage which copyright is owned by ISS itself that were produced during the last 10 years under the categories of nature, art, culture, culinary, city, building, economy, and people.

"We hope that through this soft-launch we can introduce ISS as a showcase of Indonesia to the world," said Wibowo at ISS' soft-launch held at 'Rumah Langsat', attended by the documentary film enthusiasts in Indonesia.

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