Watermark Master

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by ddn85602, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. ddn85602


    Apr 12, 2010
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    Watermark Master is an application for putting watermarks (logotypes) onto video frames or graphic files. As a watermark one can use simple text, graphic file, animated GIF or even video clip.
    The program is a full video editor and converter. With Watermark Master one can extract and remove video scenes, insert video clips and graphic files into movies, convert videos and images from one format into another, extract video frames and save them as graphic files (thumbnails). It supports all basic video and graphic formats and possesses a broad set of filters: Resize, Rotate, Crop, De-Interlace, etc.
    Watermark Master provides ability to make your watermarks unique. Any watermark can be filled with a pattern or gradient and rotated arbitrary; Stroke, Drop Shadow, Bevel and Emboss, Tile and other effects can be applied to it. When editing video files, one can apply dynamic effects to a watermark of any kind. A dynamic effect implies variation of appearance of a watermark in time, for example, movement from one point of the frame to another, blinking with different colors, etc. Both simple and dynamic effects can be applied multiple times, separately or together, which allows to generate a great number of visual effects that is only bounded by your imagination.
    Thus, the application is primarily intended for people who need to convert videos from one format to another, protect their videos by adding watermarks to them or create video galleries (videos + thumbnails). Besides, Watermark Master includes a number of extra features that make the use of the program more simple and comfortable: multiple profiles support, ability to process folders with files, watch folder function.

    Read about Watermark Master's features in detail. Video Editing Software: watermarking, video editing, bluring video or photo, converting, batch processing, ets.
    ddn85602, Feb 4, 2011
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