has released DropWaterMark 1.0, a new cross-platform application that enables designers and publishers to watermark images.
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With four basic operational modes — replace image, new image, replace folder of images and new folder of images — DropWatermark enables you to add watermarks to your documents either individually or in batch mode. It supports drag and drop, as well, so you can drop an image or a folder of images on the icon or the main window.
Until it’s registered DropWaterMark uses a default watermark. Once you’ve paid for it, the software lets you save and load different watermark configurations. You can also set up two different one-line text marks, as well as determine font, font properties, rotation, position and transparency.
DropWaterMark requires Mac OS 8 or later (including Mac OS X). QuickTime is required if you want to use image types other than JPEG. DropWaterMark 1.0 costs US$12.50 to register.