Batch Watermark Creator

Batch Watermark Creator

This is a specialized tool for batch add text and images watermark to images
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Internet has become a part of our life now. People are sharing their photos on community web sites, blogs and matrimonial sites. Internet has also become the best medium for commercial advertisement for every kind of products.
Did you ever think, how safe your photos are since you are publishing or sharing your private photos on the internet? Somebody can misuse your photos or earn money from your photos since the photos were result of your hard work.
Here is a program that is especially designed to save your photos and images from unauthorized use or misuse. Batch Watermark Creator can add any text as watermark to any image that cannot be removed at all. You can use desired text like, "Do Not Copy", "Copy Right Protected" or "All Rights Reserved" or anything what you want. You can place the watermark everywhere on the image or select desired position for the watermark. You can also rotate, flip and resize any watermark.
Batch Watermark Creator enables you to adjust transparency of the watermark as well. You can process thousands of images with the same watermark in minutes. Batch Watermark Creator offers watermark templates that can be customized with watermark editor and you can process unlimited images with the same template (very useful feature for web developers and commercial users who need same watermark in desired position in every image).
Batch Watermark Creator has an in-built editor that can resize, change contrast, brightness and draw borders around any image. Support for more than 40 image formats and customized saving of images makes this tool very useful and fast image processor.
What's new in this release:
Batch Watermark Creator updated.

jasminder singh
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Pros

  • In-built editor for minor editing, auto contrast and brightness settings for images.
  • Support for all popular image formats.

Cons

  • None.
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