Do you need to place a stump/watermark on several images? Do you need to do that really quickly and easily? So, you need «some software that Just Works»? Take a look at picture-shark. It is dead-simple, yet powerful and effective.
With picture-shark, your entire job can be described in three phrases: select What (to watermark), select How (to watermark), and select Where (to place result).
On the first step, you select the original image files. It takes place in the familiar Explorer-like interface: you just browse through folders and add image files to the source list (gif, bmp, jpg formats are supported, preview is available).
On the second step, you select a watermark (stamp) image and how it is to be placed: you can visually control the positions, transparency and «feather» (the size of the transparency edges). Effect preview (with zoom) is of course available here.
On the third step, you select the target folder and the target image format, and press start: the progress bar starts blinking, and you have your images watermarked!
picture-shark is smart enough to manage your files; if it finds images with the same names in the target folder, it will ask you how to deal with them.
This is the style of software I always call «just get things done». It does all you want in the most evident and effective way; nothing above it.
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