Sometimes when uploading images and photos to the world wide web you want to put a watermark, logo or something else, I don’t know a giant alien ship perhaps, on them to show to everyone who sees the image that it’s yours. Today I’ve decided to show you gals and guys how you can do this, add watermarks and logos to images using a very versatile image management application called XnView.
As you can probably see from the video box that can be seen a little bit further down below, this is a video tutorial, and this time I’m not gonna type out everything that you need to do in order to add watermarks and logos to your images and photos because it’s late, I’m sleepy and besides, you have a flipping video that you can watch instead of reading boring text.
I did post a photo so you can see how the main setup is easy, but to find out how to get there and setup everything, you’re gonna have to watch the video. XnView allows you to add watermarks and logos to not just one image, but multiple images at once. All in all it’s a great tool, which supports a lot of formats and I’ll be sure to mention it again in a future tutorial. Leave comments if you have any questions or problems.