Watermark Settings

A watermark consists of a layer group and its individual layers. There are different possibilities of stamping a watermark on a photo: You can position the watermark in the left top corner, diagonal, on all corners of the target image or tiled over the whole image. Additionally, you can define an angle, the transparency and size adjustment for a watermark.

Seleting Layer Groups

To change the watermark settings of a layer group, it must be selected before. If you select a layer via the Canvas or the Layer Overview, the correspondent parent layer group is waiting to get edited in the Watermark Settings.

Changing the Global Angle

As for individual layers, you can also change the angle of a layer group by using the angle selector.

Layer Group Transparency

All composition objects in bulkWaterMark have a transparency value that is adjustable for each layer or layer group individually. Just click the Transparency button to open the transparency settings.

Auto Scale Watermarks

If an input image you would like to protect is smaller than the configured watermark, bulkWaterMark auto scales the watermark so that it fits into your image when the toggle button is activated.

Positioning Watermarks

Either in corners, between them or distributed over the whole photo: Watermarks can be stamped versatile and effective on your pictures. You can switch through the different modes by using the button Positioning Mode that serves the following options:



Watermarks can be positioned in and between the corners of the input image. To position a watermark (or remove it again) click on the area you would like to cover in Preview Image.



If you want to distribute a watermark over the complete input image, you should use the tile feature. When you click Positioning Mode again, you will find a slider to change the size of the watermark tiles.

Show Preview

When working on a new watermark in the Profile Editor, it is possible to apply the watermark "live" on a single image. Therefore you just need to drag and drop an image from the Windows Explorer on the preview image and click on magnifier afterwards to display the preview image in its full size.
Expressions that refer to the original input images, possibly need a set preview image to resolve the expressions within the Expression Editor.

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