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Batch Picture Protector é uma poderosa ferramenta de marcação d'água em série.
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Batch Picture Protector esteve disponível como oferta em 11 de novembro de 2009

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Batch Picture Protector é uma poderosa ferramenta de marcação d'água em série. Ele protege suas imagens digitais e trabalhos de arte inserindo marcas d'água transparentes que combinam texto, ilustrações e gráficos. Quando usado em conjunto com seu editor de imagens favorito, a marca d’água pode até conter o seu copyright, o endereço do seu website ou a sua logo. Batch Picture Protector é a melhor forma de obter proteção mais rápida e simples para suas imagens.

Este software é particularmente útil para designers, artistas e criadores de banners que costumam enviar provas de seu trabalho para avialiação de seus clientes. Aqueles que publicam suas imagens em galerias na Internet também podem proteger o seu copyright usando este software. Usando este software, fotos digitais podem ser efetivamente protegidas de uso não-autorizado. Este software insere marcas d'água permanentes que não podem ser removidas.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows NT4/2000/XP, 2003 or Vista (x32)

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Tamanho do arquivo:

2.30 MB



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The Good
* Although not very glamorous, interface is straightforward making the program easy to use.
* Supports batch processing.
* Supports multiple input image formats, including but not limited to PNG, GIF, JPG, BMP, TIF, and PSD.
* Supports multiple image output formats, including but not limited to PNG, GIF, JPG, BMP, and TIF.
* Has a "use the original format" output option.
* Has insert text and/or image watermarks.
* Has insert multiple watermarks on one image.
* Has useful "macros" to insert as text watermarks.
* Fast processing.
* Does a fairly good job at keeping original image quality in tact.
* Can resize image watermarks relative to size of image being watermarked.
* Users can save watermarks and easily load them for future use.

The Bad
* Cannot/does not resize text watermarks relative to the size of image being watermarked.
* Always has default images and watermarks loaded whenever user runs the program.

Free Alternatives
FastStone Photo Resizer

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Ashraf  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+48)

Wanted to mention, #3 - Slim -

Just because a pic (or text for that matter) is on the Internet or comes to you via an email does not make it free or without copyright protections. Might want to study up on some of the rules of etiquette and laws governing the use of material you want to use.

prying1  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+33)

I used this for long time, at least this is real free and works very fine !
(link)  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+24)

Hi Slim, (Message 3),

How can you code an image so it is distorted? I doubt this can be done with a standard image, and would need some sort of photo downloader/player?

Of course print screen would always be usable.

Jacque Black  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+20)

While many (most?) people generously give away some of their work, whether in the form of images, words in an article or blog, or free software code etc, no one wants to be taken advantage of... that's where Batch Picture Protector comes in. You might want to share those wonderful pictures you took, & that's great, but chances are you'd be rightly furious if some magazine stole your work & made a bunch of money. Worse, they might even (C) it. It happens. Customers/clients try to get work for free, canceling a project, then using the stuff you sent for approval. If you sell something, you might invest a lot in time & equipment producing quality product images -- you don't want to help out the competition by doing this part of their job. Yes, you can fight back paying high-priced lawyers for months, & you might even win, eventually, but you have to know about it in the 1st place, & chances are you'll never share in the profits they made off you. A while back a family had a photo of themselves they'd innocently posted featured on a chain store's billboards on the other side of the world. People don't use Goggle Images just for school reports & wallpaper.

Batch Picture Protector is a small app [it'll almost fit on a floppy at ~1.6 MB] with 27 files, one folder inside the program's folder. It does use the registry, but not much, & after using PortableAppCreator [ forums] should work from your USB stick just fine. Batch Picture Protector is a rather simple app, letting you re-size watermark images freely, but not text, so if re-sizing text is important to you, make it an image in your other software. You can enter text directly in Batch Picture Protector, but you aren't able to feather it or use/set shadows.

To add the registration key [to unlock the full version] you need to run GOTD's Activate app, which after a quick phone home to verify the date, places an entry into the Windows' registry. If you have restricted rights -- have a limited account or are running Vista/win7 -- you'll probably have to right click the activation app and select run as administrator. That normally give the app all the authority it needs to write to the registry, though [rarely?] anti-malware &/or security policies on your PC/laptop can still prevent it. [A few years back I think CA internet security software given away to RoadRunner users, for example set permissions to none in large parts of Vista's registry]

There are plenty of Alternatives on-line, & several have been on GOTD in the past. For jpg images a nice feature is altering as little of the image as possible -- jpg is a lossy format, meaning you lose data with every saved change, so just losing data [quality] just around a watermark is nice. The Lossless JPEG Toolbox is one such app [the address seems to move around a bit, so I'll just say Google rather than give today's URL, which might not work in the future], & you can find a partial list of apps here (not all have watermarks) [].

mike  –  14 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+19)

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