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  1. Can I burn a movie onto a DVD, CD or transfer a movie peer-to-peer?

  2. Can I watch streaming videos?

  3. Do you offer a free download?

  4. Is it legal to download from Mooziko?

  5. What are the system requirements?

  6. What is “DRM” and how are the movies protected from piracy?

  7. I’m not receiving emails from Mooziko.

  8. Do I have to pay a subscription or membership fee?

  9. Can a virus be transmitted by Mooziko?


  • Can I burn a movie onto a DVD, CD or transfer a movie peer-to-peer?
    No, our terms of use currently do not permit burning or other copying of the videos, or transferring them to a portable media player. We are currently exploring additional features that will enhance our service.
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  • Can I watch streaming videos?
    No. Mooziko offers only movie downloads which we believe offer a better viewing experience than streaming video. Streaming media is played as it arrives, sometimes causing the preview to “buffer” or pause. Downloading allows you to watch the movie uninterrupted and use VCR-like features such as play, stop, pause, fast forward, and rewind.
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  • Do you offer a free download?
    Yes. You may need to install the SanagaPlayer prior to playing a video.
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  • Is it legal to download from Mooziko?
    Yes. Mooziko has been granted the right to distribute videos on the Mooziko service by the parties who have the legal right to do so.
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  • What are the system requirements?

    Standard System Requirements

    An easy way to ensure that you meet these requirements is to try the Free Download.

    - Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000, or XP
    - Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher with cookies enabled (default setting)
    - Real Player 8 or higher OR Windows Media Player 9 or higher
    - Broadband connection (speed of 128 kbps or higher.
    - Cipher strength set to 128-bit
    - Internet Explorer set to default browser
    - Administrator access required on Windows 2000 or XP.
    - System clock, date, and time zone must be accurately set.

    Recommended Hardware

    - 500 MHz Intel Pentium III processor or higher
    - 128 MB of RAM
    - Full duplex sound card and speakers
    - 256-color video display card; video hardware acceleration set to Full.

    Mooziko is currently exploring ways to make our service available to users of other platforms. We appreciate any feedback you may have.


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  • What is “DRM” and how are the movies protected from piracy?
    Mooziko uses Digital Rights Management (DRM) software, which is a set of technologies used by content owners and providers to protect copyrights. DRM encrypts digital media content and limits access to only those people who have acquired the right to play the content.
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  • I’m not receiving emails from Mooziko.
    Some email providers may divert Mooziko email to your Bulk Mail or Spam folders. If you do not know how to adjust your spam settings to allow Mooziko email, contact your email provider for assistance.
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  • Do I have to pay a subscription or membership fee?
    No. It is totally free.
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  • Can a virus be transmitted by Mooziko?
    Our strict security practices make it highly unlikely that a virus could be transmitted with our files.
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