has updated DropWaterMark, a tool for watermarking images, to version 1.1. It’s compatible with Mac OS X and Mac OS 8.x-9.x.
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.
DropWaterMark 1.1 lets you set up border height and color for your images. A trial version of DropWaterMark is available for download from LAJ Design’s Web site. Registration is US$12.50, though version 1.1 is free to registered users. QuickTime is required if you want to use image types other than JPEG for products.