Need help to watermark videos

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  1. simplyjo

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    Hi All - Can someone help me - I need to watermark videos and I need a free software to do it .. Any recommendations ?
     
  2. Fergal

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    Jo, I haven't used that type of software myself, but some of the following might help you;

    http://www.videowatermarkfactory.com/
    http://www.virtualdub.org/
    http://www.geovid.com/VidLogo/
    http://www.videocharge.com
    http://www.codingelite.com/tools/
    http://www.moonvalleysoft.com - link does not go to home page
    http://www.videocharge.com - link does not go to home page
    http://www.brothersoft.com/downloads/video-watermarks.html

    Hopefully another member will have used this type of software give you personal feedback.
     
  3. simplyjo

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    Thanks Fergal - These sites are not free, though.. They do have trial versions. Any idea how long they would last ?
     
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    Jo, the easiest way to find that out would be to ask at the relevant sites, or check their terms. I understand that at least some of them have unlimited free trials of a basic version of the software.
     
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    Hi Jo. Have you tried working/editing videos on Windows Movie Maker?
     
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    Yes. Windows Movie Maker is just fine for the job.
     

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