If you were looking for the perfect clip for your video “to make it pop”, Google writes on the YouTube blog, check out the new Creative Commons library under the CC tab of the YouTube Video Editor. This is the real deal, folks: Pro clips from the likes of C-SPAN, Public.Resource.org, Voice of America, Al Jazeera and others that can be licensed for your creative use. In all, some 10,000 Creative Commons clips are at your disposal. The library is lacking high-quality motion graphics, though. You know, broadcast television stuff like Digital Juice motion backgrounds that can really liven up your projects.

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