VideoMark
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Easily add watermarks to your videos.   Shareware ($24.95)
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VideoMark is a fully-featured yet easy-to-use video and movie watermark software which can be used to overlay a digital watermark for video protection or placing a logo for branding your products. VideoMark is the only viable and affordable watermarking solution on the Mac operating system.

VideoMark can help you easily add simple text or professional image watermarks to videos and movies on Mac with a wide range of image formats such as BMP, GIF, JPG, PSD, PNG, ICO and TIFF, etc. You can also fine tuning your image watermarks by applying various image effects such as
What's New
Version 2.0:
  • Added New features for batch video processing. VideoMark now has a queue system for batch watermarking video files
  • Enabled video renaming for batch processing. Image name customization is now available during batch exportation
  • Various fixes and improvements. Various fixes in terms of user interface, memory leak, deprecated code, etc.
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6.3 or later



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VideoMark User Discussion (Write a Review)
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Baccaroeja reviewed on 10 Apr 2014
Tried to add a simple small watermark to a mov file and it worked fine. Quality seems to be ok.
Basically when you need to add watermarks to movies this can do the trick for you.
[Version 2.0]


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Macs007 reviewed on 03 Jan 2013
$25 for just adding a watermark? Common .. there are free apps for this.
[Version 1.7]


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Old_guy reviewed on 18 Apr 2012
Well, it works but the quality of movies is not on par (read: the same) as the source. Very probably this app uses ffmpeg -sameq ,hich does not garanty the same quality.
Anyhow, there are other apps (IFFmpeg to name one) that does this too cheaper or even free.

Just too expensive in the end.
[Version 1.3]

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burypromote

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VideoMarkSupport replied on 18 Apr 2012
Thanks for being our first reviewer. Although not something we're craving to hear, it's still better have than never :)

We didn't choose "ffmpeg -sameq" because it often results in overly large video files. And we strive to find the balance between quality, file size and encoding time.

We would like to listen and improve our software constantly, so if you don't mind, could you please let us know which video format you were trying to convert to in order for us to better understand the issue?

Thanks in advance.
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LizBo commented on 16 Apr 2012
The MacUpdate admins must not like this author or software. I click on the visit developer site and nothing happens.
[Version 1.2]

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burypromote

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VideoMarkSupport replied on 17 Apr 2012
Hi LizBo,

Thanks for the comment.

From what you described, I'm guessing it could be a glitch on our web server. The MacUpdate support team have actually been very responsive and friendly in helping resolve our last issue. Anyway, we will definitely look into it and I appreciate you letting us know.
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Flavum commented on 12 Apr 2012
I hate to be "that guy", but the one-line description below the title makes me wince. Please fix it.
[Version 1.2]

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burypromote

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VideoMarkSupport replied on 13 Apr 2012
Thanks for the comment, Flavum.

We have made the description line under the title more readable. Sorry for the inconvenience.
burypromote

+106
Flavum replied on 14 Apr 2012
The plural of "video" is "videos". That was my point. Sorry to be a spelling/grammar nag.
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VideoMarkSupport replied on 14 Apr 2012
Ah, you were referring to the description line here on the MacUpdate page. We thought you meant something wrong with our website :)

Yes, we are bothered by that spelling issue too. But we aren't able to change that as the description line was added by editors from MacUpdate. Although we've contacted their support and hopefully they can help correct the error soon.
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Macs007 rated on 18 Apr 2012

[Version 1.3]


Downloads:2,035
Version Downloads:100
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Shareware
Date:10 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $24.95
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VideoMark is a fully-featured yet easy-to-use video and movie watermark software which can be used to overlay a digital watermark for video protection or placing a logo for branding your products. VideoMark is the only viable and affordable watermarking solution on the Mac operating system.

VideoMark can help you easily add simple text or professional image watermarks to videos and movies on Mac with a wide range of image formats such as BMP, GIF, JPG, PSD, PNG, ICO and TIFF, etc. You can also fine tuning your image watermarks by applying various image effects such as image color controls, opacity, sharpen, pixellate and sepia tone to easily make a professional watermark in no time. Once you are satisfied with your final results, you can then choose to export the video to various major formats (AVI, MOV, FLV, MP4, MKV, M4V, etc.) using done-for-you presets.


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