Batch Picture Protector is a watermark tool for the dummies who want to protect their digital images and other graphics by adding professionally made watermarks that are made of text, illustrations or a combination of both. The software is a watermark editor for Windows 7/8 OS.
Image watermarking software protects your digital images and artwork by adding professional transparent watermarks that combine text, illustrations and graphics.
This powerful batch image processing tool for watermarking protects your digital pictures and other art graphics by inserting a professional looking watermark. It is highly recommended for artists, designers and banner makers who have to protect their works and have to send proofs of artwork to their clients for assessment.
The program is capable of adding images one at a time or by batch. The following are the major image formats recognized by the tool: gif, jpg, png. Tif, ico, psd, tga, psd, wmf and pcx are also supported. After adding your images, you can then add your designed watermarks. You also have the option to delete and edit them. Just click the section "Watermarks." You can add to your images text and/or graphic watermark and as many watermarks you like.
One great feature of this tool is its ability to adjust the size of its image watermark automatically. Since the processing is by batch, the images might have different sizes. So, it's very useful to re-size automatically to fit the image's size and the watermark won't appear too small or too big. However, this feature is not yet available for text watermarks.
Of course, all of these are features are useless if the watermarks can't be reused. That's why Batch Picture Protector is also designed to save your designed watermarks so you can use them as often as you wish. They can be saved as a template and then reload them for future use.
Lastly, the software has quick and simple interfaces that allow spontaneous use without causing much burden to the computer's resources. Plus, the image quality of the output is so similar to the quality of the input image. So, it's really a good and reliable tool.