Hi everyone, I hope you’ve all been enjoying using Moovly Studio for your video creations! This month we bring you news on the Studio Academy, new feature updates, and news on EU General Data Protection Regulation to protect your personal data.
As always, if you have any feedback or feature requests, you can send these in via the chat button on the website or filling out the contact form.
Enjoy the read!
Editor in Chief and Online Community & Support Manager
Moovly Studio Academy
Too busy to read a Help Center article? Don’t stress! As you should have noticed by now, the Help Center contains some articles featuring ‘How To’ videos that we have created (we are in the video business, after all!) These videos also feature in the ‘Moovly Studio Academy’ that we have on YouTube, and you can also access these via the website by clicking ‘Academy’ at the bottom of the page. Please make sure that all How To videos you watch have ‘Moovly Studio Academy’ in their title. We will be adding more of these videos over time, so you should not get stuck in creating your Moovly videos!
We keep improving and expanding the functionalities of our new Moovly Studio editor. Many small enhancements have been made, and here are the most recent editor updates:
- Aligning objects: Select multiple objects and choose the align dropdown from the toolbar above the Stage
- Loop video: Make a video longer than its actual length in the Timeline to make it loop
- Undo/redo: Rollback an accidental action or redo your last action
We hope you enjoy these features, and – as always – look forward to any feedback you may have to further improve them!
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
From May 25, 2018, a new set of EU rules will come into play, with the objective of giving people back control of their personal data. All companies that work with information relating to EU citizens will have to comply. Common EU rules have been established to ensure that your personal data has a high standard of protection everywhere in the EU, and consumers will have more power by increasing your rights if you do not wish to share data. Over the coming months, Moovly will be working towards the protection of its users personal data in full compliance with GDPR, in preparation for when this comes into force in May 2018.