Transparent Batch WATERMARK your photos video tutorial

#3
the video is a pita to watch to much moving the screen around....just my opinion,
use the whole screen to record.just a suggestion
 

TerryC

Dear Departed Guru and PSG Friend
#4
I agree with IDad, I would rather see the whole picture to know the jest of what your doing. A great tutorial leads by example. Especially when you have a silent video such as this.
 

Paul MR

The Script Master
#6
I lost interest in the first minute. Very slow and very basic watermark technique.
Like most on the internet only useful if working on documents of the same size, then not the best way to do this sort of thing.
 
#7
Its basic but many people dont know this technique. I made this for beginners not for pros. I will try to record entire screen next time.
Photoshop is just my hobby. I can write a program in c# and watermark all images without even using photoshop. Im a programmer.
Please dont watch this video if you already know how to watermark. bye
 

Paul MR

The Script Master
#9
That's fine but there are hundreds of basic watermak tutorials out on the net. It would be much better if you could set yourself above the rest and produce a tutorial that:-
1. Works of Portrait and Landscape.
2. Uses relative positioning not actual.
3. Keeps relative size no matter what size document is used.
I am sure that this would be of more use to the amateur and professional alike.
I am glad there are people like yourself who like to do tutorials as I hate doing them :)
 
#10
Serious question, is there a video out there that explains everything you just mentioned. That would make this whole search so much easier.

That's fine but there are hundreds of basic watermak tutorials out on the net. It would be much better if you could set yourself above the rest and produce a tutorial that:-
1. Works of Portrait and Landscape.
2. Uses relative positioning not actual.
3. Keeps relative size no matter what size document is used.
I am sure that this would be of more use to the amateur and professional alike.
I am glad there are people like yourself who like to do tutorials as I hate doing them :)