Video watermarks made easy with uMark
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to create and apply watermarks to your video content, look no further: uMark will allow you to enhance your videos with pictures or text in such a way that no one will be able to use it without your permission.
There are various customization options you can use to adjust the way your video is watermarked, which include setting the font and style for your watermark text, reducing or increasing the transparency of your imagery, and even setting the position so that watermarks appear exactly where you want them to.
If you aren’t satisfied with still images and text, you can always take it to the next level and add some motion to your watermarks. Not only is it more stylistic, but also harder to take down or bypass when someone is trying to use your video.
Notice how we’re constantly using the plural form when talking about watermark features? That’s because you can set up as many watermarks you want. The best part about this feature is that you can set them individually and not be bound by a group setting scenario.
If you’re only going to work with videos under 15 minutes long and don’t need to batch process, you will find the free version of the software quite pleasing. However, if that won’t cut it for you, you will be better off acquiring the paid version which costs you $29. On top of those capabilities, you will also get format conversion, output size alteration, and audio removal.
With a great combination of easy-to-use, efficient features, uMark will offer you all the tools you need to properly watermark your video content.
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