Add custom watermark to your videos

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By adding a personalized watermark to your footage, you can protect your videos from unauthorized use or distribution. Watermarks are not only for personal use but can also be employed in professional settings to differentiate one's content from others. For instance, a filmmaker could add a distinctive watermark to their documentary to distinguish it from similar projects. In the world of online media, watermarking is an essential tool for bloggers and vloggers who want to protect their original content from being stolen or misused without permission. You can incorporate an image overlay with your unique logo or craft a custom text watermark. In Movavi Video Editor, adding a watermark is a straightforward process that can be completed in just a few clicks.

To import an image or video file into Movavi Video Editor and use it as a watermark, follow these steps:
Step 1. Locate the Import icon on the left-hand sidebar and click on it to open the File import tab. Here, you can select the image or video file you wish to use as a watermark by clicking the "Add Files" button.
Step 2. For optimal results, choose images with transparent backgrounds as they will allow for better blending with the video content. Browse through your computer's files and select the desired image or video file to import.
Step 3. Once you have selected the file, drag it to the extra track located above the other clips.

Step 4. To edit the overlay, double-click on the watermark clip to enter edit mode. Here, you can move and resize the watermark as needed.
Step 5. To adjust the opacity or duration of the watermark, click the "Clip Properties" button. This will open a new window with various options for customizing your watermark's appearance and behavior.
Step 6. In this window, you can move the Opacity slider to adjust how transparent or opaque the watermark appears. For example, setting it to 100% will make the watermark fully opaque, while setting it to 0% will make it completely transparent.

Step 7. Alternatively, you can enter your project's length in the "Duration" field to set the duration of the watermark's appearance throughout the video. This can be useful if you want the watermark to appear for a specific portion of the video or for its entire length.
Your watermark will now appear in the project according to your specified settings.

A text watermark is a text overlay that appears on top of your video content, serving as a unique identifier, branding element, or creative addition. To add a text watermark in Movavi Video Editor, click on the Titles icon located on the left-hand sidebar -- this will open up a panel filled with various title styles. Browse through these options and pick the one that best suits your video's theme or mood. Once you have selected a title style, click and drag it to the beginning of the track.

Next up, we will enter the text for our watermark. To do this, double-click on the title clip in the Timeline. Type out your desired text in the window that appears above the player, using any font style and color you prefer. Don't forget to adjust the size of your text according to your liking.

You can position the watermark throughout the entire duration of the video. To do this, drag the right edge of the title clip until the end of the video track. Alternatively, you can double-click on the text clip to enter text editing mode and set your desired length in the Duration field at the bottom of the window.

To make adjustments to your watermark's placement more manageable, you can zoom out on the Timeline by clicking on the "Zoom Out" button located in the upper-right corner of the window. This will give you a better view of your entire video and allow for more precise positioning of your watermark.

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