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Eruptive fissure vent volcano with blazing magma

Volcanoes - Clip 23

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Radiant Eye of the Eruptive Fissure Vent.

This video shot gives us a wide aerial view of an eruptive fissure vent, where a vibrant, glowing circle of magma forms the centerpiece of an expansive field of solidified lava. The central area is abuzz with activity, casting a radiant light that pulsates and reflects off the intricate patterns of the surrounding terrain. The fiery orange and yellow tones of the magma contrast with the deep blacks and grays of the cooler, hardened lava, emphasizing the ongoing process of creation and destruction. The footage captures the raw energy of the vent, an opening in the planet's crust that acts as a powerful conduit for the Earth's internal fire.

Flat-Topped Volcano's Glowing Magma in High-Resolution Clip at Night.

This footage offers a breathtaking view of the processes involved in the formation of igneous rocks, captured by professional cinematographers using the latest camera technology. The detail and clarity of the shot bring viewers up close to the raw power of volcanic activity and the intricate patterns of these rocks, making it an excellent resource for educational content, geological documentaries, and nature-themed visual projects. Available in both 2160p 4K and 1080p HD formats, it suits various viewing requirements, including landscape mode (16:9 aspect ratio) for a broader perspective. It also comes in vertical mode (9:16 aspect ratio), perfect for mobile users and social media enthusiasts on platforms like Facebook, Instagram reels, TikTok, and YouTube shorts.

Volcanic magma's cooling and crystallization processes lead to the formation of igneous rocks like granite and basalt. Granite forms from the slow cooling of magma deep within the Earth's crust, creating large, visible crystals. This intrusive igneous rock is known for its strength and varied colors, making it a popular choice in construction and sculpture. Basalt, on the other hand, results from the rapid cooling of lava at the Earth's surface, leading to much smaller crystals and a more uniform appearance. Basalt is the most common volcanic rock and forms the bulk of the ocean floors and Iceland's volcanic landscapes. The study of these rocks provides insights into the Earth's geological history, the nature of old volcanic activity, and the processes that shape the Earth's surface.

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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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