AUTOMATOR ADD WATERMARK PDF

Anthony Bouchard on September 2, Adding watermarks to photos is an invaluable tool for photographers who want to put a company logo or information on a photograph to share the proper credits that made the photo possible. In bulk operations, this process quickly becomes cumbersome. To make things a bit faster, you can simply create yourself a little applet that watermarks your images in less than a second. To make an applet that will watermark your photographs or screenshots with a desired icon, follow these steps:. I recommend this too, so click on the blue Add button.

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Anthony Bouchard on September 2, Adding watermarks to photos is an invaluable tool for photographers who want to put a company logo or information on a photograph to share the proper credits that made the photo possible. In bulk operations, this process quickly becomes cumbersome. To make things a bit faster, you can simply create yourself a little applet that watermarks your images in less than a second. To make an applet that will watermark your photographs or screenshots with a desired icon, follow these steps:.

I recommend this too, so click on the blue Add button. Note: We have selected the iDB logo for the watermarking and chose the bottom right position in the grid. Another thing we wanted to tell you is you can select multiple photographs at once and drag them all into the applet icon on your Dock in one fell swoop, rather than one-by-one, and it will add watermarks to all of your photographs.

With that in mind, you can save a lot of time, because it only takes a couple of seconds to do them all! Also Read: Make an applet for your Mac that quits all apps instantly. Pro Tip: create an applet to watermark images Anthony Bouchard on September 2, 3.

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As always great info. Always impressed with your command of topics. Do you have a basic book or online course for automator? Oakdale: No, no course on that, sorry. Automator is too nebulous of a topic. Using it is very different depending if you have no, little or a lot of programming experience. Plus it is very dependent on what software you have installed and what type of work you do.

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Pretend you have a folder of images on your desktop, named "Originals". You want to open up these images and add a custom image you've made, which will act as a watermark. Save that image next to your Originals directory. Now that the files are ready, it's time to launch Automator located in your Applications folder and make a new workflow:.

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