By Appsoft Studio
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Watermark FX combines features of powerful image converter and easy-to-use image editor. It is packed with powerful tools that let you add logos, and a variety of text and line watermark effects to hundreds of your photos at once. Application also converts images into other file formats, changes names or sizes and more.
- Import your PNG, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, PSD and ICNS pictures
- Change names and sizes
- Watermark multiple images with one click
- Write text on your pictures and use any font, size or color that you like
- Place logos exactly where you want them
- Protect your images with waterlines of any color and opacity level
- Convert images into PNG, JPEG, GIF and TIFF formats
Watermark FX converts multiple photos at once and is particularly useful to photographers, designers, and people who just want to have fun with their photos or upload them online and protect them with watermarks. Most important, it converts hundreds of images at once - so now you don’t have to convert every photo individually.
What's New in Version 2.2
- Retains photo metadata.
- Stability improvements.
Totally agree with LonestarPaul. Viewing your watermark after the fact UGGH come on! Thus saving my converted photos out of order with the watermark to Applications and NOT the folder of my choice is useless. Why would you develop a straight forward easy to use app and leave those KEY FACTORS out. Please correct this issue. Otherwise I would give it a high rating. Saving photos out of order in which they were loaded is a huge hassle, sporting events , weddings geez!
I want to see the watermarks as I do them, not after the fact
I wish you'd allow us to see the watermarks on the photo as we created them. Also, when we are done, I'd rather see a "save as" button, and the ability to save it to the file I prefer.
- Category: Graphics & Design
- Updated: May 24, 2013
- Version: 2.2
- Size: 1.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Eugenijus Valinskas
- © Appsoft Studio
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor