If you upload many images to the web or actively trade on Ebay, you are probably quite concerned with protecting your content from unauthorized use and distribution. After all, some of your images, if used in an inappropriate context, may compromise you or create an awkward situation that will be hard to deal with afterwards. Apparently, adding a mark to the photos you make public is a good way of solving this problem, but manual application of marks to each and every of your photos is a tedious and exhausting task. Fortunately, there is tool that will do the job in a wink of an eye!
Watermarking is a compact tool that will make the process of marking your images a simple routine task. Its intuitive interface was optimized for quick and hassle-free watermarking of digital images and protection of Ebay auction items. Watermarking comes pre-loaded with plenty of watermark types: text, annotations, logo images and even vertical text watermarks. The software allows you to preview the resulting image on any step, so you wont be blindfolded while creating an optimal watermark for your gallery. Watermarking supports special copyright symbols, conversion of your images to other formats (JPG, TIFF, PNG, TIFF) and the batch conversion mode, which will save lots of your precious time. Finally, the program integrates into the Windows Explorer context menu, so you will have two-click access to watermarking!
Try it right now and forget your previous image protection efforts. Watermarking does the trick in a much more elegant way!
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