Short video increases dramatically in recent years and many people even make a living through creating short videos. At the same time, sharing videos on social platforms like YouTube, and TikTok becomes a new fashion among the public. To let video viewers know the creator of the content to boost popularity or protect your video from being copied by someone else, you are suggested to add watermark to recording.
RecMaster supports the addition of watermarks by setting it before video recording. And the whole process is very simple and quick. Read on to know how to add watermark to recording. RecMaster supports adding watermarks in types of texts, images, and timestamps.
Freely download the software from the official website and follow the wizard to complete the installation. Once installation is finished, open and run RecMaster on your computer.
To add watermarks automatically to any of your future video recordings, you need to set them in advance.
You can go to Menu>> Settings >> Advanced, and find the Watermark section.
There are three forms of watermarks in RecMaster, Text watermark, Timestamp watermark, and Image watermark. By ticking the related checkbox, you can enable it and show the detailed settings.
Text watermarks are used in videos to protect the copyright and ownership of the content. By adding a text watermark to a video, you can identify your ownership, discourage piracy, and use it as evidence in legal proceedings if necessary. And you can also add your website link, or other promotional or interesting texts to make your video unique.
By choosing the Text option, you will enable the text watermark settings. And then, you can type in the text you hope to show in the whole video and set the font, color, shadow, transparency, and position for the text watermark.
Text: Add any wanted words to be used as a watermark.
Font: Change the text font type, style, and size to meet your needs.
Color: There are basic colors and custom color choices for you to choose from.
Transparency: Set the transparency parameter from 0 to 100. The higher parameter is, the more transparent the watermark will be.
Position: It offers 9 available positions for Watermark and you can apply at will.
After the settings, you can close the Settings window and start a recording to test whether the watermark works all right for you.
Timestamp watermarks can be a valuable tool for adding context, verifying authenticity, keeping records, and providing evidence in legal proceedings. By adding a timestamp watermark to the video, viewers can see when the video was recorded, which can help to establish its credibility and provide important context to the content.
If you hope to add timestamps to your video recording, you can tick the Time option in RecMaster and set the time watermark for your recording.
Display: Here you can choose the way you hope to show the timestamp.
Font: You can choose the font type, style, and size for the timestamp according to your need.
Color: You can choose the color you like among the basic colors and custom colors.
Transparency: You can set the transparency for the time watermark. You can choose from 0 to 100. The higher parameter is, the more transparent the watermark will be.
Position: It offers 9 available positions for the timestamp watermark for you to choose from.
When you finish setting the timestamp watermark, you can close the Settings window, and start the recording to test whether it meets your need.
Image watermarks are used in various contexts to protect the copyright or ownership of an image or video. It also helps personalize your videos if you are recording videos in a series. In RecMaster, you can add image watermarks easily. And no matter whether the image is with transparency channels or not, you can set it in RecMaster.
There are three accessible choices for the Image watermark.
Image: You can add an image in PNG, JPG, or BMP format as the image watermark from the local storage.
Transparency: You can set the transparency from 0 to 100 so that the watermark will not cover your video content too much.
Preview: Pressing the Preview button, you can launch the window to show the position of the watermark. By dragging the middle of the image, you can set the position to show the watermark, and by dragging the edges, you can resize the watermark image.
And still, when you get everything ready on this window, you can close it and start a recording to check whether it works well for you. And the next time when you start a recording, the watermark will be added automatically.
If you hope to disable the watermark in RecMaster, you can go to Menu>> Settings >> Advanced and tick None in the Watermark section. And then, you can close the settings window and start recording without watermarks.
In conclusion, watermarks are a valuable tool for protecting the copyright and ownership of video content, branding, verification, record-keeping, and providing context. By adding watermarks to the video, you can protect or personalize your content and brand, while viewers can verify the authenticity of the video and obtain important context. And with RecMaster, you can easily add watermarks in types of text, images, and timestamps. With the steps in this article, you can add watermark to recording on Windows in clicks.
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