Top 4 Websites to Get Anime Footage for Free
If you are an anime fan, then you may already know that recently the anime music videos and anime montages have been going viral across different social media platforms. People are creating their own montages and sharing them on platforms like TikTok and Facebook. You may be inspired to create your own anime footage after watching those videos.
If you are an anime lover and want to create your own anime music videos or TikTok montage then you can easily do it by using a video editor like Filmora X. All you need to do is, record your footage, select a clip from anime video, and connect your footage with anime clip. There is no really big deal to it; the most difficult part of it is how to find a website where you can download anime videos to use for making anime footage.
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Part1: Top 4 Websites TO Ger Anime Footage For Free
If you are struggling to download anime videos and you want a solution to your problem, then you just landed on the right page. In this article, we will share the top four websites from where you can download anime footage for free and use them to create your montages. So, let's discuss in detail those websites.
Anime Raws is a website that you can use to directly download raw anime videos. It is one of the top websites to download anime music videos and anime gifs. When you open the website through its link, you will see a lot of options in the top menu. You can click on the master list from the top navigation, and it will take you to a page where you will find a huge list of anime tv series.
You will see that there are thousands of raw anime series which you can easily download. All you have to do is to search for your favorite anime and click on it. It will take you to a cloud link where all episodes will be already uploaded. From there, you can easily download your desired episodes by doing just a few simple clicks.
Comp Squad is the second-best website that you can use to download anime clips. Comp Squad's full name is Compilation Squad, and as the name suggests, this website contains compilations from various anime series. When you open the website from its URL, you will see two options on the homepage (Comp List and Tellynom).
If you want to download and get clips of a certain anime, then you have to click on the Comp List. It will take you to a page where you will see different anime series listed. You will see multiple compilations from a single anime, so things will become a lot easier for you. Just search the name of your desired anime, and you will see a google drive or mega link in front of the compilation. You can simply download your desired clips from those cloud links.
If you cannot find your desired anime in the list, you can click on the Tellynom button from the homepage, and it will take you to a new page where you can request your desired anime from the contributors.
Gogo Anime is the third popular website from where you can easily download anime seasons and anime movies. To download your favorite anime seasons, just click on the anime list from the top navigation of the website, and it will take you to a page where you will find different anime sessions alphabetically sorted.
Search for your favorite anime in the list and click on it. It will take you to a page where you will find all episodes. Click on your desired episode, and you will see a download button. You can easily download your favorite episodes in just a few simple clicks.
Nyaa is an easy-to-use site for downloading anime. Just open the website, and you will see the most recently listed anime in listicle form, as shown in the picture above. You will find a torrent download link and a magnetic link next to every anime name. It only requires a single click to download any video from this website. Moreover, you can also search for your desired anime in the search bar and download it easily.
Part 2: How To Use Filmora X For Cutting The Desired Clip From A Full Video
The next step in making your anime montage is to cut the desired part of a few seconds from your anime video. We recommend you use Filmora X video editing software for this purpose. You can easily use the built-in screen recorder of Filmora X to get the desired part from a full video. You can do it in a few simple steps.
- Run Filmora X on your computer, and if it is not installed, then you can download and install it from their official website.
- Now go to file, click on record media, and then click on the record PC screen.
- A new window will open where you will see different recording options.
- Now play the anime video using any media player on your computer and go to the desired part of the video that you want to record, and click on start recording.
- When your desired scene has been recorded, you may stop the recording whenever you like.
- Once you stop the recording, the file will be automatically imported to Filmora X, and now you can use it for creating your anime montage.
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I Can’t Stop Vibing to These Unapologetically Black Anime Edits
Last week was the season finale of Jujutsu Kaisen, a series I’ve thoroughly enjoyed ever since Yuji decided that the best part of waking up was a cursed finger in his mouth. There were a lot of spectacular moments in the finale, all of which I praised in my regular anime round-up, but as always, Satoru Gojo had to come in and steal the show with a single scene.
Yes, this man is attractive, with a level of sass that’s on par with his extremely overpowered jujutsu. To be Satoru Gojo is to fully embrace being an absolute troll with an inhuman amount of swagger. Gojo will go from making extremely valid points about the way of the jujutsu world, imparting wisdom on his students, to pissing everyone off—enemies, and especially friends. To associate with Satoru Gojo is to go from this:
Something about this particular screenshot, though, hit the fandom community real hard. Is it the sly smirk on his face? The little head tilt to the side? The fact that he knows he’s a pain in the ass and delights in how it annoys others?
Whatever it was, it inspired an INCREDIBLE fan edit:
The edit comes courtesy of blkitachi, who’s been doing edits like this since October 2018, “When I made a Naruto side blog on Tumblr,” they said when I reached out to ask about this fine ass Gojo who’d been all over my timeline. (They were kind enough to give us permission to feature their work here.) “Then I moved to Twitter and started editing other shows when I saw how much people liked my edits.”
Like is an understatement.
I was content with leaving it at that, but then I thought, “What happens if I click on their Twitter handle?” After all, they mentioned this starting with a Naruto blog.
There were more?
Any other fandoms? I wonder…
Oh, and here’s Gojo without the blindfold, so we can get a good look at those hypnotic eyes of his.
That’s how he looks at you when he asks if he can stay the night because he got kicked out of his place. He stopped paying the rent, you see, because they forgot to send the bill in the mail. Now that you know the truth he’s gonna ask to stay for just a week. Tops. Until he’s back on his feet, you know? He’s got some places lined up and he’ll sleep on the couch. He’s got a job interview in the morning, too.
Oh yeah, he got fired. Oops.
Before you realize it, a week’s gone by, he’s got his toothbrush next to yours, and he’s moved from the couch to your bed.
All extremely accurate headcanons aside (Gojo’s a disaster man, you know he’s probably living with Nanami, right?) what I really love about blkitachi’s edits is the hair. I love the various skin shades of Black with each character, too, but seeing my favorite characters with hairstyles similar to my own is really cool. As a cosplayer who’s wondered if I should get a wig or use my own damn hair, seeing my faves like this is extra validation to just be a natural hair version of whatever character I want.
I also adore that the characters with wild hair colors keep those colors. Langa from SK8 the Infinity keeps his blue hair while Naruto’s Sakura keeps her pink. I remember growing up with this idea drilled in my head that all the vibrant colors I’d see on white girls wouldn’t work on me, that it was ghetto when a Black girl decided to play around with bold oranges or, well, any color that wasn’t her own, so to see these characters not default to natural colors and, instead, keep those anime greens and cloud colored whites is amazing.
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For a pleasant melanin boost, I recommend just scrolling through their feed and looking at the edits AND the art/cosplay it’s inspired from others. You will not be disappointed.
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The word anime, which means animation in Japanese, is hand-drawn and computer animation hailing from Japan. Outside Japan, anime refers to animation from Japan or as a Japanese-inspired animation style that deals with colorful graphics and fantastical themes. The most popular anime series’ are Naruto, Manga, Bleach, Pokemon, Sailor Moon, and Dragon Ball, to name a few. Though they have different themes and audiences, what connects animes is their typical production of animation, including storyboarding, voice acting, and character design. Since the 1990s, computer animation has been used more frequently to improve the efficiency of the anime production process. Body proportions of human anime characters tend to reflect the proportions of real human bodies. Music — specifically Japanese pop or rock songs — also plays a big part in anime series.
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If you grew up watching anime in the early to mid-2000s, then I’m sure that the name 4Kids rings a bell to you. Today I want to go back and reminisce a little bit about some of the most hilarious edits that 4Kids made to some of our favourite series, during anime’s relatively early years over here in the west.
Who was 4Kids?
4Kids Entertainment was an American licensing company that did dubbing for Japanese anime, both films and TV series. 4Kids was responsible for the dubbing of the first 8 seasons of Pokémon, plus a ton of their films — looking back, there was never anything that stood out as bizarre about their version of Pokémon at the time. (Jelly-filled doughnuts? – Ed.) Perhaps it’s because even the Japanese version was still aimed at kids, or my child-mind at the time didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary.
Some of the main series that 4Kids was known for were the previously mentioned Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh! and One Piece — which just so happen to be some of the series that I will be talking about throughout this piece. The reason that 4Kids became so infamous in the west was due to their heavy censoring in all of the series they licensed.
But it wasn’t to last; various contractual breaches meant that Japanese companies terminated their licensing agreements with 4Kids — and that was that.
When I think of 4Kids’ infamous edits, this is the one that comes to me immediately.
Allow me to give you some backstory in case you aren’t aware of who Sanji is. Sanji is a member of the Straw Hat pirates from One Piece, and he is known for a few things: his love of women, passion for cooking, outright refusal to use his hands in combat — as he needs them to cook, so doesn’t ever risk harming them — and smoking.
Zeff — the man who took Sanji in, taught him how to cook, and saved his life — is the reason behind Sanji’s smoking habit — it was something Sanji started doing to appear more mature and grown up in front of him. Now it’s an iconic part of Sanji’s character that I believe would massively take away from him, as nasty a habit as it is.
4Kids didn’t agree though, and instead, they thought giving him a lollipop would be a good replacement and serve the same purpose… In all honesty, I can understand that from the perspective of 4Kids, they didn’t want to have a character who looked cool promoting smoking, but at the same time you risk taking away so much from the character in doing so — Sanji goes from being the badass chef who only fights with his feet, to the “lollipop guy”.
One Piece guns
As you have probably gathered by now, 4Kids was all about making the series they licensed as family-friendly and child-safe as possible. So, what exactly were they thinking when they licensed One Piece? Surely they would have known full well that a series about pirates and the navy would most definitely feature firearms.
I can’t tell you what they were thinking, but I can tell you what 4Kids decided to do in order to combat this — replace the guns with child-friendly options such as water guns, cork guns, and, as featured in the picture above, a spring-loaded hammer gun.
I can see the thought process again from the guys at 4Kids; they don’t want to show guns or characters being held at gunpoint, so instead, they replace the weapon. In the case of the image above, however, Coby (the pink-haired boy) is being threatened by a blunt force weapon that would still cause some damage. An absurd weapon, yes, but still a potentially dangerous one!
This isn’t the only absurd edit that 4Kids did when it came to the guns. There is a scene during Nami’s character-defining arc in which the antagonist, Arlong, points a gun at Nami’s adoptive mother. What did they replace Arlong’s gun with, I hear you ask?
They didn’t replace it. Instead, they removed it completely and simply had Arlong pointing at Nami’s mother. I’m sure you can imagine how much this takes away from the scene. This trend of finger-guns would run across other series as well, such as Yu-Gi-Oh!
Naruto’s ninja lunchbox
Finally, we come to a scene I wasn’t even aware of until recently, but I had to include it not only because it’s completely ridiculous, but this might be the worst offender when it comes to completely taking away from what the scene was trying to get across.
On a mission to the Land of Waves, Naruto and his squad are suddenly attacked by the demon brothers. Naruto freezes up and is completely unable to act, facing the realization that he could be killed — and this is made even worse by the fact that his rival, Sasuke, fearlessly rises to the challenge of fighting these enemies ninjas.
After receiving a poisoned wound to the hand, Naruto suddenly stabs himself in his hand to remove the poison before it’s too late. This bloodletting is an act of determination, but also a message that Naruto will not make the same mistake, nor will he let his team down again.
4Kids decided to truly remove the weight that this scene had for Naruto, as they replaced his kunai with a Doraemon lunchbox, and the blood was masked by him crushing a tomato in his palm — I’m not making this up, I promise. Not only did this take away from the development of Naruto, but it makes the entire scene confusing.
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What is the best app for anime edits?
The best programs for editing are – SVP(sony vegas pro) and AE(after effects). There are some free one like filmora and bandicut.
Who is the best AMV maker?
This guide describes the best AMV editing software that will provide you with a bunch of useful features and a variety of original video effects.
- Sony Vegas.
- Adobe Premiere.
- Final Cut.
- Windows Movie Maker.
- Slideshow Creator.
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