Photo batch watermarking was made easy by Snagit for Windows. Unlike Photoshop batch watermark, Snagit editor for Windows has the built-in batch export feature allows us to batch edit images on computer. You can use it to mass convert full color pictures to grayscale, monochrome, invert colors, adjust brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, gamma, resize or scale images, rotate images, add border, add shadow, impose watermark, trim pictures, etc. Using Snagit on Mac? Its Mac version lacks the batch watermarking option, you will need to use a third-party image editor instead. Check out this guide to add watermarks to multiple photos in batch on Mac.
To add watermarks to multiple picture or the entire folder on computer, you can follow below instructions.
Add watermark to multiple photos using Snagit
Run Snagit Editor on your Windows PC. Click File menu, choose Export from the drop-down menu. The Batch Export opens in a new window. Click Add Files button to add all the pictures and image files you want to add watermarks to.
Hit Next to proceed to the Apply Effects screen where you can add watermarks in batch. Choose Watermark from the menu.
Then select Enable Watermark and customize your watermark.
Select your watermark image, then choose display effect, either Underlay or Overlay. Hit Advanced Settings to adjust watermark position, scaling, etc. In the next step, you have the options to select the location to save the image files, choose a different output image file format, set file name. Then preview the export summary so you can decide to go back to tweak the some settings or begin processing the images.
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