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Posters aren't the only type of presentations you may be called upon to do. You may be asked to give a presentation for a class, student group, or professional organization. If so, you may wish to include video or audio materials as well. Keep in mind that just like with images, videos and audio files are copyrighted, and you need to respect the owner's copyright.
There are sources for royalty free, public domain, and creative commons licensed materials, and that's what you'll find here.
Free Music Archive
Creative Commons licensed music.
Music that is in the public domain. Files can be downloaded individually.
This site offers not just music but sounds you hear all around you like birdsong, traffic, weather, etc. These are Creative Commons licensed.
IMSLP Petrucci Music Library
International works that are in the public domain.
A nonprofit organization that provides classical music. These are provided copyright free. You can browse by instrument, period, mood, length, etc.
Open Music Archive
This site digitizes out of copyright sound recordings.
This link takes you specifically to the Free Music within Soundcloud.
Clips, stock footage, and green screen videos.
Over 1.9 million stock videos that are royalty free.
Features nature and outdoor settings.
Aerial footage and nature videos. Check the license there are different requirements.
Free stock video and motion graphics. Check the license; there are 3 different ones.