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Watermark multiple images with BatchMarker v3.5.1
Watermark multiple images with BatchMarker v3.5.1
11-14-2013 - 02:22 PM
 kickasskid
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You want to protect all your photos with logo or text watermarks. There is nothing to say if it is just 1 or 2 images or you do not use this protection method regularly. However if you have a lot of images for uploading to the web and need to batch protect multiple photos at once, so BatchMarker is the right answer.
In this tutorial I will show you how to use BatchMarker v3.5.1 to add watermark to multiple images easily.
1. Download and install the latest version of BatchMarker at CNET
2. Launch the application. It is so easy for you to use with the manual right on the main window.
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3. First, you need to add images that you want to watermark.
Click     button at the top left corner.
You can select multiple images or select a folder. If you select a folder, the images included in its subfolder will be also selected.
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Add copyright to your images
  1. Select the box “Add copyright
  2. Type in your desire text of the copyright content. You can choose the symbol to appear before your text as ©, ® or TM
  3. Click “Text Options & Effects” button.
    You can change the font type, font size, color and several options for your text.
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    If you need your label to appear at other position on the image, click the “Position” tab and select. BatchMarker will automatically arrange your text watermark in the position you chose.
    You can also set a background for your text watermark; click the “Background Box” tab then check the “Enable background box” option. Now you can change and design the background as you want.
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  4. Now at the main window you can preview your edited images.
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    You can use your mouse to drag the text watermark to where it will look best.
  5. If everything is fine, just navigate to the right-hand side menu to specify the location for your images. You can also have the option to keep original image formats or convert all of them to a new format.
    Finally click “Save Images” button.
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  6. Here is the example. So impressive Big Grin
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  7. BatchMarker also provide an option to save all these settings as a template, so from next time with one-click to select a template you can add watermarks rapidly.
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Alongside with adding text watermarks to images, with BatchMarker you can add your logo, lines which cross the image and date to all the pictures. That’s great.
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For users of TipsandTricksforum.com, you can download and get a free code to have a full version of BatchMarker in the Download Store forum.



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