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    Lightbulb add a watermark to your photos with Light Image Resizer

    one of the most used feature of Light Image Resizer is to be able to add a watermark as a text or from a transparent image ( png recommanded )

    we have done a special demo video to show how adding a watermark to your photo as a batch mode


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMpKb-h1uwc

    please us know if you would like a tutorial in the forum post with screenshot step by step

    click here to download Light Image Resizer
    Last edited by Admin; 05-05-2011 at 11:59 AM. Reason: forgot a link

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    I want only to add watermark without resize.
    I think this is not possible..
    Is there a plan to add such option to Light Image Resizer.
    My be option will be added in Policy drop-down menu as NEVER RESIZE

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    You can select the profile <Original Resolution>, or set width and height to 100%, and then add your watermark.

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    Add a watermark to other raster images?

    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    one of the most used feature of Light Image Resizer is to be able to add a watermark as a text or from a transparent image ( png recommanded )

    we have done a special demo video to show how adding a watermark to your photo as a batch mode

    PNG is recommended, so whether it supports other raster images as well, like jpg, gif, bmp?

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    All formats listed on this page are supported for the watermark as well:
    http://www.obviousidea.com/windows-s...image-resizer/

    We just recommend PNG for quality and transparency reasons.

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    Thank you
    <Original Resolution> is the way... I saw setting, so I can customize ...

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