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Thick rivers of molten lava in Fagradalsfjall, Reykjavik, Iceland

Volcanoes - Clip 16

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Rivers of Hot Magma from Active Volcano.

In this clip, the frame is filled with the dynamic and intense activity of Fagradalsfjall's erupting lava. The shot zooms in offering a view of the thick, viscous rivers of lava as they flow and intertwine. The lava's brightness is vivid against the night, with the textures of its surface beautifully highlighted, showcasing the ridges and grooves formed by the movement. This footage captures the drama of the lava's relentless march, with its borders cooling into darker crusts that contain the inner glow of the hotter, flowing core. The way the lava illuminates the surrounding area gives a stark insight into the heat and energy being released while the volcanic force at work.

Clip of Glowing Lava Rivers in Amazing Aerial Showcase of Nature's Powerful Flow.

This shot, taken by experienced filmmakers using the finest cameras and equipment available, offers a detailed view of the relentless flow of lava. Captured in both 4K and HD, it provides an up-close look at the scorching temperatures that characterize these natural phenomena. Suitable for a variety of uses, from educational materials to environmental documentaries, its landscape mode (16:9 aspect ratio) captures the expansive and unstoppable march of lava across the lands. Additionally, it is available in vertical mode (9:16 aspect ratio) for a wonderful experience on smartphone screens and social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram reels, TikTok, and YouTube shorts.

Lava, the molten rock expelled by a volcano during an eruption, is a powerful force of nature characterized by its intense heat. The temperature of lava flows can range dramatically, typically between 700°C to 1,200°C (1,292°F to 2,192°F). This wide range depends on the composition of the magma, the speed at which it erupts, and its silica content. For example, basaltic lava, which has a low silica content, can reach temperatures of around 1,100°C (2,012°F), making it one of the hottest and most fluid types of lava. The high temperature of lava is a critical factor in its ability to reshape landscapes, as it can incinerate everything in its path, create new land formations, and even give birth to new islands.

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4K Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 100 Mbit/s

1080P Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 100 Mbit/s

Vertical Clip

  • Codec: H264
  • Resolution: 1080×1920
  • Frame Rate: 29,97 fps
  • Bitrate: 50 Mbit/s

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