Photo watermarking software comparison

I have reviewed 3 software products produced for protecting photos and images by watermarking them. The goal of these 3 software products is to protect visual content from being freely distributed and in order to achieve this goal the applications watermark photos with images and text.

The first application tested was TSR Watermark Image Software version 3.5.6.1. The first impression is that the user interface wasn’t much user friendly and the navigation wasn’t straight forward. After using it for a while and sorting out how it works the results of a batch photo watermarking were satisfactory, it works and delivers individually calculated watermark position and size per photo dimensions which is the most important feature a software of this category should do, so thumbs up for this application despite a bit of a learning curve due to a not so well structured application flow.

The second application tested was AoaoPhoto Watermark 8.7 which showed itself in a wizard format easy to understand and follow through. Behavior regarding maintaining proportions according to photo dimensions also works although for images it sometimes makes them a little too big but generally it does the work right. It has some interesting extra features like including shadows around the watermarks both text and image so that is a plus, the user interface is simple and modern, so nothing to criticize there and the overall experience is good, and it works, so this is also a good option.

The third and final application tested was Image Watermarker 1.0.1.20 and it showed up a easy to use interface with good application flow and what impressed me the most which was the correct watermarking proportional drawing over photos of very different dimensions. The user interface does not have a more modern style but the program works great and gets the work done so it features as a good option for the task in hand.

In terms of pricing the advantage relies by the side of Image Watermarker with a unique cost of $29.90 while the other 2 software products start at $39 for basic versions and escalate to more then $100 on the full versions, so if what you want is to get the job done spending less money Image Watermarker is your best bet.

Easily burn CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray

EZBurner is a easy to use small media burner with lots of potential and very easy to use.

From the starting point you are presented with a clean modern user interface thus delivering a near zero learning curve.

With EZBurner the user can burn audio CDs, Video CDs, MP3 CDs, MP3 DVDs, Video DVDs, Video Blu-ray media, Data CDs, Data DVDs, Data Blu-ray, and it also allows formatting of reusable media, and saving and exporting ISO images.

It is a small utility with big benefits all within a small box with lots of features, straight to the point type of application.

To know more about EZBurner visit: http://www.pcwinsoft.com/ezburner

 

 

How to watermark video with rolling text

This tutorial teaches you how to watermark your video files with rolling text using ScreenCamera.Net.

The process is simple and it can be used to protect your video content, or to brand your videos with Company information.

Watch the video and you will see a step-by-step tutorial that you can repeat and have the job done. The good news is that the feature works on the trial version so you can use it without paying anything.

How to watermark your video files

This video tutorial will teach you how to watermark your video files.

Watermarking is important for branding but it is also important to protect your video content and also if you want to make a video to go viral.

ScreenCamera.Net makes it very easy for you to watermark your video as you follow the steps of the tutorial.

You can watermark video files already on the evaluation version.

How to stream video and audio to any device

Everybody wants to know the answer to this question: How can I stream a broadcast of audio and video that can be opened from any device? PC, iMac, iPod, iPhone, SmartPhones, iPad, Tablets, all mobile platforms?

The answer is 1AVStreamer set to stream in HTTP ASF, encoded with DIV3 for video and MP3 for audio. Once you have configured 1AVStreamer to use this encoding you can start the broadcast at any moment. After started you can open the streaming URL on any device existent using the VLC media player.

The VLC media player must be installed on the PC running 1AVStreamer and it must also be installed on the target portable device. Once you have the VLC media player installed on both sides: server and client then you can connect to your stream using any device. VLC media player has versions for all types of mobiles.

I made a tutorial video in which I demonstrate visually what I am talking about. Check the video bellow and learn how to do it.

How to record your favorite songs automatically

You like to get songs from the web but you are tired of always stop at the end of a song and then start on the next song; 1AVCapture changes all that giving you a way to effortlessly record your favorite songs.
2 great websites where you can listen to radios are Last.fm and GrooveShark, so you pick one of these sites, start your own radio playlist and along with 1AVCapture you record every song without having to do anything.
It also works well if you wanna rip songs from a audio CD.
Bellow you find a video that may help you realize how easy and practical automation is.

How to extract audio from movie files

Sometimes you need to extract the audio from a movie track and it is not easy to find a tool to make the work.

The family 1AV now has this capacity of extracting the audio from a movie file already on the format you want.

The 1AV family products gained video conversions on the fly, no pain, fast and easy.

Watch the video bellow to learn how.