Commercial Use

When you download and install Muvizu:Play you are required to accept an End User Licence Agreement (EULA) which concisely outlines the do’s and don’t’s of the commercial exploitation of footage from Muvizu:Play. But, in the interests of plain language here’s a summary of the rules:

Muvizu:Play is free software. You may download and install it free of charge.

Muvizu:Play renders animations with a subtle watermark. Watermarked footage may be used for educational, non-commercial and personal projects free of charge. We have adopted this policy because we think that Muvizu:Play is a great tool for teaching languages, bringing literature and history to life, and for role-play in many subjects and learning environments. Another reason for this free policy is because we reckon that pupils and students will also want to use Muvizu:Play outside school or college to produce content to post on YouTube and similar sites.

If you intend to use Muvizu:Play in your business, or to sell services or training in connection with that business, or distribute materials you've created using Muvizu:Play, or use Muvizu:Play in any way to generate revenue, directly or indirectly then we refer to this as ‘commercial use.’

Muvizu:Play may only be exploited for commercial use once you have paid to remove the watermark. Don’t worry, this is an easy, in-app purchase. We call the activity of paying for watermark-free footage a ‘Content Upgrade.’ Once you’ve got your watermark-free footage then you have our permission to exploit it for commercial use.

The only valid means to remove the watermark is via the in-app purchase. Obscuring the watermark, cropping, blurring or anything else is not allowed. Removing the watermark through 3rd party software is also forbidden.

You must be over 18 years of age to purchase watermark-free footage. If you’re younger then you must ask a parent or guardian to accept responsibility for it on your behalf.

For further questions about Muvizu:Play commercial use, email

For more plain language visit our FAQ section

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