[ US /ˈfʊtɪdʒ/ ]
[ UK /fˈʊtɪd‍ʒ/ ]
  1. film that has been shot
    he edited the news footage
    they had stock footage of lightning, tornados, and hurricanes
  2. a rate of charging by the linear foot of work done
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How To Use footage In A Sentence

  • Yet the video footage shows a man slightly unsteady on his feet. Times, Sunday Times
  • The launch was held at a press conference at which graphic footage of foxhunting, staghunting and hare coursing was also released.
  • It would be too easy to turn it into another documentary style presentation complete with archive footage, computer animation and mood music.
  • The NDTV network broadcast footage from the scene, about 170km southeast of New Delhi, showing debris strewn across the tracks and police officers carrying bodies covered with sheets on stretchers.
  • The concert footage, captured in color, is bright and brassy, and even with all the fancy lighting and video backdrops, the transfer never resorts to flaring or bleeding.
  • Those talking heads are interspersed with archive footage of the great man himself. The Sun
  • The Sun understands the case could hinge on mobile phone footage of the incident filmed by the men and since seized by cops. The Sun
  • On Friday police had released closed-circuit television footage of two suspects at Cologne railway station.
  • Her tragic death, poignantly captured on grainy mobile telephone footage, has flashed around the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • Giant avalanches, tidal waves, and many stock footage scenes of buildings collapsing result.
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