1-More Watermarker offers different methods to protect and identify your images: Visible and invisble watermarks (text or graphics) and EXIF tags are available in batch- or single image-mode. In addition, file formats can be converted.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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1-More Scanner 1.10 Scan complete WebSites for the files you are looking for (e.g. images, sound, video, etc.). Customizable options will help you to download only what you want!
With an image library (thumb-previews), fullscreen- and zoom-mode for pictures.
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Description: 1-More Watermarker offers different methods to protect and identify your images: (1) Visible watermarks (text or grafphics) can be merged on the image. Position and intensity are selectable. (2) Invisible text information can be applied to the picture. (3) EXIF copyright information can be added. All functions are available in batch mode as well and can be combined.
Format conversion supports TIFF, GIF, JPEG, PCX, BMP, PNG, TGA, JPG2000 and others.
A user-friendly interface makes all tasks efficient and easy.
Change Info: Exact position of watermarks by setting distance to border from chosen position. New method "hidden text" implements notices into the graphics. Batch conversion of file types. Protection procedures can be selected more easily.
PicMarkr Pro Image Watermarker 220.127.116.11 Protect your digital pictures by adding visible watermarks easily and automatically! PicMarkr Pro makes it easy to add watermarks to photos stored on your PC or in your Flickr
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