Testing premium features in the Moovly Studio
Learn how to access and test premium features for free
In the Moovly Studio you get access to all premium features that we currently have available. You can test these features as many times as you want in the Studio.
If you click on a premium feature you will receive the following message:
Click on "
Test it now' to try the feature for free.
When you add a feature to your project you will notice that the object will be labelled with a
When you try to publish or download a project that contains premium features you will have a watermark on your video. To remove the watermark you need to
your current subscription or remove the object(s) marked with a Star/Max label that are in your project.
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