Watermark tool for Mac with batch edit

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stacks image 892 1 vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch editIf you’re looking how to add watermark to your images in bulk / batch edit on your Mac I have to suggest you to use ResizeMe.

It has a lot more features, but I’m personally using it to add watermarks to my images.

Since I have a lot of images, ready for upload to WDB, this tool is perfect for my mac. It saves me a lot of time and it’s very easy to use.

There’s even a small tutorial on the developer’s website where it shows you step-by-step how to add watermark on your images on mac.

Here’s the tutorial below:

The goal

We’ll be adding “TOP SECRET” text watermark to a bunch of photos, with the text rotated to point slightly upwards:

watermark vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch edit

Step 1: Drag in images

Download and install ResizeMe if you haven’t already done so. In your Applications folder, launch ResizeMe. Drag in the pictures you want to watermark into ResizeMe’s file table.

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Step 2: Select Watermark

Select Watermark from the operations pop-up menu.

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Step 3: Set options

Select Watermark to turn on watermarking. Enter your watermark text, and pick a position for your watermark.

Optionally set an angle to rotate your text watermark, and choose a font and color. You can also set the transparency of the text with the opacity slider.

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Step 4: Save the files

Once you’ve set all your watermark options, click Go, pick a destination for your watermarked images and click Go.

You can download ResizeMe here.

stacks image 892 1 vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch editIf you’re looking how to add watermark to your images in bulk / batch edit on your Mac I have to suggest you to use ResizeMe.

It has a lot more features, but I’m personally using it to add watermarks to my images.

Since I have a lot of images, ready for upload to WDB, this tool is perfect for my mac. It saves me a lot of time and it’s very easy to use.

There’s even a small tutorial on the developer’s website where it shows you step-by-step how to add watermark on your images on mac.

Here’s the tutorial below:

The goal

We’ll be adding “TOP SECRET” text watermark to a bunch of photos, with the text rotated to point slightly upwards:

watermark vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch edit

Step 1: Drag in images

Download and install ResizeMe if you haven’t already done so. In your Applications folder, launch ResizeMe. Drag in the pictures you want to watermark into ResizeMe’s file table.

draginimages vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch edit

Step 2: Select Watermark

Select Watermark from the operations pop-up menu.

selectwatermarksmall vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch edit

Step 3: Set options

Select Watermark to turn on watermarking. Enter your watermark text, and pick a position for your watermark.

Optionally set an angle to rotate your text watermark, and choose a font and color. You can also set the transparency of the text with the opacity slider.

setoptionssmall vector Watermark tool for Mac with batch edit

Step 4: Save the files

Once you’ve set all your watermark options, click Go, pick a destination for your watermarked images and click Go.

You can download ResizeMe here.

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