UMark Video Watermarker provides a quick and easy way to add text or image watermarks to videos. Choose an image or enter your preferred text and you’re able to set the watermark position, transparency, font, text style and more.
Unusually, your watermark doesn’t have to be static. You can have it move to a random position after a predefined time, or scroll across the screen, making it much more difficult for others to remove later.
You’re able to combine as many watermarks as you need. One text watermark, two, one text and two images, it’s up to you. Each one has its own independent settings.
A straightforward interface means you’ll be up and running right away. Add videos in one panel, set watermark properties in another: done.
The free edition has two important restrictions. It doesn’t work with movies longer than 15 minutes, and it doesn’t support batch processing.
The $29 Pro build removes these, and adds the ability to convert video formats, remove audio, limit the output size and save the watermark, so you can easily apply a favourite scrolling transparent watermark to other videos as required.
Is it worth it? Probably not, especially as the program is really just a shell for the open-source FFMPEG. But it’s easy enough to use, the moving watermarks are a plus, and if you can live with the 15-minute limit the free build may be enough.
UMark Video Watermarker is available for Windows 7 and later.