Watermarking made easy !

How to watermark using TWatermark Software

Step 1 (Add File) - Select file to apply watermarks

A click on 'Add File' 1 and select a single or more files within the same folder.

A click on 'Add Folder' 2 if you want to select a folder with image files.


Step 2 - Create Text Watermark

Input text in blank box 3 at the upper left of program.

You can add special simbols (such as etc.) by clicking 'Symbols' 4 and choosing the one you want.

When entering text, You should immediately see the text watermark in the preview window.


Section FONT

Select font 5 and set the font size you need. You can increase or decrease the font size, by dragging the scrollwheel to the right or to the left 6 .

The similar with 'Rotation' 7 - rotate image watermark for your need (0-360).

Section COLOR

The default watermark text color is black.

To change the color of the watermark, click on the color card 8 .

You can adjust the transparency 9 of the watermark as you like by dragging the scrollwheel.

Also you can make the text of the watermark empty 10 .



'Position' 11 specifies the position of the watermark relative to the source image. Select from one or more of the 9 predefined positions to place your watermark.

'Offset' 12 allows you to adjust the space (x/y) from the border in pixel. The panel 13 shows the current position of the watermark, and its coordinates (upper left corner) - on the information panel 14


For greater convenience, watermarks can be quickly drag around the image. To do this, move the mouse pointer, and holding the left button pressed, drag the watermark.

'Cross Effect' and 'Cross Effect+++' 15 adds on image cross lines with watermarks.


Step 3 - Save a Watermark on an Image

Click on 'Save' 16 to apply the watermarks to the source image and create the output file.

The default output directory is not the same as the orginal image file directory 17. When saving output image, a 'Marked' 18 directory is automatically created. It is the default image output directory.

The file name is renamed with prefix 'mark_'. For example if your original file is 'photo.jpg', the watermarked file is 'mark_photo.jpg'.


Please note : The program does not overwrite the source image files !

It creates new images files (with the applied watermarks) in the new folder.