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Shareware (Free to try)
19.33 MB
Windows All
Publisher's Descriptions
 Video Watermark Factory - a full-featured yet easy-to-use software that allows placing a digital watermark or logo or text over an existing video in the batch mode. Watermarks can be used for protection or adding comments to your movies. You may impose watermark on a whole video file or on a specified section of the movie. Brand Your Video With A Watermark!

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System Requirements
64 MB RAM (128 MB Recommended) • 50 MB HD • SVGA or Higher Resolution Display • Mouse (Recommended) • Keyboard

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