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Raw Cut launches online video archive

UK indie Raw Cut has launched an online archive featuring over 100 hours of original programming. The archive, which is based on Raw Cut's library of footage and clips sourced from the internet and offline archives by its network of footage researchers, is fully searchable by keyword to make it easy for researchers to find clips and order masters. The company selected 100 unusual clips to launch the archive and and will add more clips every week. The clips include police pursuits and CCTV footage of workers behaving badly and upcoming selections will include police car and helicopter shots.
January 28, 2010

UK indie Raw Cut has launched an online archive featuring over 100 hours of original programming. The archive, which is based on Raw Cut’s library of footage and clips sourced from the internet and offline archives by its network of footage researchers, is fully searchable by keyword to make it easy for researchers to find clips and order masters. The company selected 100 unusual clips to launch the archive and and will add more clips every week. The clips include police pursuits and CCTV footage of workers behaving badly and upcoming selections will include police car and helicopter shots.

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