Effortlessly add watermark to images in tiled mode using this tool with support for PNG, JPG, BMP, TIF and other filetypes. If you're looking for a simple solution for applying watermarks to photos in tiled mode, you can use Vov Watermark Image. It's a free tool with straightforward features that offers support for multiple filetypes.
Vov Watermark Image gets installed quickly and without any issues. As far as the interface goes, the utility has a single window that shows all options available. By clicking two buttons, you can separately load the base image and the watermark picture. Both can be previewed in this panel, along with the new photo. Furthermore, you can tweak the level of watermark transparency while keeping an eye on the new photo preview, thanks to the fact that changes are reflected in real time. When you're pleased with the result, you can save the new photo by specifying an output directory, filename and format. Worth noting is that Vov Watermark Image acts as a graphic converter too since it can create photos with different filetypes than the originals. As far as file format is concerned, it works well with PNG (with or without transparency), JPG, BMP, ICO, EMF, WMF, TIF or TIFF.
Category: Graphic Apps Editors
Operating Systems: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP
License: Free to try
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