Quickly Watermark Images Using Aoao Watermark

Aoao Watermark for Photo can watermark images either individually or in bulk using a simple to use interface. This can be useful in captioning and copyrighting images.

Download it from here. There are different versions (Personal, Business and Unlimited). They can be purchased from here.

The first thing to do after launching Aoao Watermark for Photo is selecting the image/images for watermarking. Click on “Add Files” for individual images or “Add Folder” for importing images in bulk.


Click “Next Step” to bring up the specific watermarking options.


There are 6 options related to watermarking : Text, Image, Frame, Crop, Resize and Rename.

Text :  This is for adding the text that will appear in the watermarked images.


This feature includes a text editor for choosing various fonts, colors and so on. Also, the entered text is previewed on left side of the pane and the text block can be dragged to any area of the image where it is needed to be visible.

Image : Just like adding text to images as a watermark, logos or other symbols can be added as image watermarks to the source file.


The dimensions for this can be changed from the settings pane on right. Also, this can be dragged and positioned where needed just like the text block.

Frame : This is to enhance the image appearance by placing a frame as well as setting image texture.


This is by importing the image texture and image frames and applying them to the source image.

Crop : Specific portion can be cropped through this settings window.


Custom dimensions can be specified here or the cropping selection in right pane can be dragged and moved as needed.

Resize and Rename : These provide pixel as well as percentage mode resizing of source image.


The type of interpolation can be selected too if needed. Image file can be renamed too before applying changes.

To apply the specific watermarking effects, choose “Save to Layer”.


Next, hit “Run” (output format for image can be changed as needed before executing the changes. The default output format is .jpg).


To see the changes that have taken place, go to the output folder by choosing “Open Folder”.


Nice and simple.

Happy watermarking.

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