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Video Search Engines
FreeSite.com (Sound files)
This site serves as an index to multiple WAV sound files for commercials, cinema, TV, and sound effects. It includes a link to the very popular and in high-demand site, A1 Free Sound Effects, a fun resource with over 700 free WAV sound effects that include everything from breaking glass to creaking doors to sirens.
Google Video enables users to search a growing archive of televised content – everything from sports to dinosaur documentaries to news shows.
Yahoo! Video Search
The Yahoo video search screen is very “Google-like,” clean, and simple. The advanced search option provides plenty of limits. It is the only video search engine listed here that provides a limit by domain (.com, .edu, .org, .gov, etc.). When a source is chosen from the results screen, a split screen is displayed (similar to Google’s image search) allowing the user to go directly to the webpage on which the video was found.