How to Add Watermark to Videos

Creating video content has become a full-time job for a lot of bloggers and users of social media in general. The best way to protect your videos from being copied by someone else, or to improve branding, is to add a watermark to them. Icecream Screen Recorder supports the addition of a watermark by setting it before recording the videos. The whole process is very easy and quick. Read on to find out how to add a watermark to your video content.


Download and install Icecream Screen Recorder

Download the free screen recorder from our website and launch the setup process. Open the program once the installation is complete.


Set your watermark

To add a watermark automatically to any of your future recordings, you need to set it in Settings.

Click the "Settings" button to proceed to the relevant panel of the program.

Open Settings panel

Switch to the "Video" tab by clicking the corresponding button.

Video tab of screen recorder

Check the "Watermark" option at the bottom of the tab to turn the watermark option ON.

Click within the blank white rectangle to the right of the "Watermark" option. This will open a standard Explorer window in order for you to select a file you want to use as a watermark for your videos. JPG, JPEG, PNG, and BMP formats are supported. The maximum size of an image should be 300x300 pixels.

Select one of the five available positions for the watermark (Top Left, Top Right, Center, Bottom Left, Bottom Right).

Set the watermark opacity, if needed.

Add watermark

Click the "SAVE SETTINGS" button to save the changes.

Save new settings

From now on your videos will contain your watermark. If you need to disable the watermark, just go back to Settings and uncheck the "Watermark" option.

author by Alexa Davis

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