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    How to easily watermark your pictures

    How to watermark and resize your pictures easily with FastStone Image Viewer 3.5 http://faststone.org/

    Open the program, select the folder containing the images you wish to resize or watermark.

    ATTENTION: A new DIY for the newest software version (4.6) can now be found here http://ball-pythons.net/forums/showt...r-pictures-DIY



    Select one or several pictures you wish to resize or watermark, click right and select “Batch Convert”



    Click "Select"



    Select or create an output folder than click "Ok".





    Select advanced options.



    Select and check resize to resize your pictures.



    Select and check text to create an easy watermark. Chose your font, color, background, opacity and position, than write your name.



    Click “OK”



    Select “Start”



    Click "Done"



    Open the output folder, click on a picture and verify your work.






    If you have additional questions don't hesitate to PM me.
    Last edited by Deborah; 05-19-2012 at 11:46 AM.

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    Great post Deb, I have been using that program since you recommended it ages back and really like it.

    Clean and easy.

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    I always wondered how other people do this. Thanks for the step by step instructions. Here's my first shot at it.

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    Great Tool thanks for sharing!

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    Hey Deb do you think this program will work with mac.
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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Royal Morphz View Post
    Hey Deb do you think this program will work with mac.
    Apparently this product only works with Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP and Vista.

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    oh poop im sure i will find one that does eventually thanks though hun this is a great resource. this should be made a sticky
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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Royal Morphz View Post
    oh poop im sure i will find one that does eventually thanks though hun this is a great resource. this should be made a sticky
    Already is Tim and has been since September , as far as finding something similar for Mac as Nate maybe he knows

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah View Post
    Already is Tim and has been since September , as far as finding something similar for Mac as Nate maybe he knows
    Clockwork is a major in photography and she runs a mac maybe she can help...

    Any who great thread I just got the chance to use it! I will try to upload a pic to show you guys.

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    Re: How to easily watermark your pictures

    you can run a program like vm fusionware and then run windows xp thru it.

    that is what i do...it works pretty well for when i need windows specific programs.

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