Watermark Sizing

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  • Murray Sugden

    Update. I just tried changing the Size line under Watermark to pixels. I had to adjust the font size to 180 but it still gives proportionate size watermarks no matter what the cropped size of the photo. So if you are having trouble with this procedure make the change in the Format & Size, Scale line.

     

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  • Keith R

    Thanks, Murray.

    Personally I gave up on Capture One's ridiculously convoluted and wrong-headed approach to watermarks years ago, after years of trying to persuade them that it was - to all practical intents and purposes - broken.

    It still is.

    Watermarking is easier (much easier) and more predictable in literally every other piece of image manipulation and raw conversion software I own. Which is a lot.

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  • Murray Sugden

    I too used an old version of Photoshop to watermark my photos. For some reason I could not make it work yesterday. Don't know why and haven't looked into that yet. So I embarked on a journey to figure out how to make C1 do it. I have done another batch of images today using the same export recipe and again it worked.  There is still a bit of fiddling to make sure the font size chosen fits on the portrait cropped photos but I think I now have a method. I do agree that it is still broken and the programmers at C1 should be able to make it easier. From reading past posts it has been a long time they have been aware of this.

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