The single mode is designed to watermark each photo separately. And the batch mode is used to help you watermark multiple photos at once.
To switch between two mentioned modes is very simple. First, when you want to edit in the batch mode, remember to choose “Select All” or tick to choose the photos you want to watermark in bulk.
All the selected photos will be added the same watermark or logo. That is to help you watermark in bulk easier and quicker.
The photos, which are not selected, will not be affected or added like other photos you selected. It also means that if you don’t select them, you can’t add watermark to them at the same time.
To switch to the single mode, you simply uncheck the box of the photo you want to watermark separately.
The photo will be affected or linked with other photos. The purpose of this functionality is to help you watermark more flexible. For example, you want to place your watermark at the right bottom of the photo for 20 images, but you want to put the watermark in the middle of a specific photo. You simply uncheck the box of the photo you want, and move the watermark to the place you wish.… Read the rest
After you upload your photos to the watermark application, you need to select all the photos to watermark them. Otherwise, you will not watermark all the photos at once.
First, you need to select all the photos by marking the checkbox.
After that, when you click to choose watermarking photos by adding text or logo, the same text or logo will be applied to all the photos you selected.… Read the rest
First, you need to click on the text and the logo.
You use your mouse to click on the percentage button that is next to the text color. Here in the above image, that is the “98%” small button.
After you click on the button, there will be a color picker for you to change the color properties. Please look at the image below and you will see that there is a small bar. The bar is used to change the opacity of text. You can move to change the opacity value as you want.
You can change the opacity of logos by changing the value in the opacity small bar. You use and hold the left click to move and change the opacity value.
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When using Watermarkup, currently we are creating a font-size picker, but you can still resize the watermark, text, and logo easily with a few simple steps.
Step 1: First you need to click on the watermark, text, or logo you want to edit and resize.
Step 2: You will see that there are several small squares around the watermark. You move your computer mouse into the corners or the small squares. Your mouse will change its symbol. And now you can use your mouse to change the size by holding left click and moving the pointer.… Read the rest