Any way for me to put a watermark in my sig? 7 replies

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xe3nophon

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#1 12 years ago

Any way for me to put a watermark in my sig? I used flash to make it but i also have photoshop, imageready, and fireworks. I would really rather not go through each frame putting a watermark, so if you know a way to watermark the whole animated gif, post below. :0wned:




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#2 12 years ago

:lol:

Sorry about that..i couldn't resist.

Well, to be honest, a watermark is nothing special. What you may want to do is make a new layer on top of your image, type text, make a box, symbol, etc. Then fade the layer opacity to something like 10 % or so.

Its basically a faded image on top of your image to make sure that other people can't erase it without erasing part of the actual sig.




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#3 12 years ago

:uhoh: Anyone can decompile it or use imageready to get rid of a faded layer. i need an actual watermark. something that will no disapear when recompiled.




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#4 12 years ago

When you have the .psd, you put the watermark on the sig. Then you flatten the image, copy each frame, and choose which layers you want to show up on each frame.

When you have the watermark as part of your sig, placed over part of an image in your sig, it can't be taken out in any program, because its not on one layer, its on all of them, and you would have to somehow erase parts of it, and use the clone stamp tool to get it out. If the watermark is on a sig like mine, its hard as hell to get off.




xe3nophon

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#5 12 years ago

.psd=eachframe=tedious but if i have to i guess i will.




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#6 12 years ago

You don't need to do it on each frame, just make a new layer and make sure it is above every other layer.




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#7 12 years ago
S3phirothYou don't need to do it on each frame, just make a new layer and make sure it is above every other layer.

you're right...




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#8 12 years ago

that dude's always right