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Watermark

Description Overlays a translucent image (watermark) on the main image.

Parameters:
File Name Defines a path and a file name for the image that will be used as a watermark.
Transparency Defines the watermark's transparency as a number from 0 (completely transparent) to 100 (completely opaque).
Mode Defines the watermarking mode.
Custom - specify the watermark's width and height. Stretch - the watermark will be stretched to fit the main image. Tile - the main image will be covered with copies of the watermark (whose size will be preserved).
Resample Filter Defines the interpolation algorithm for resizing the watermark. For more details, see the Filter option of the Resize task. This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom or Stretch.
Operation Defines a bit operation for merging the watermark with the main image.
Orientation Defines the watermark's orientation. If this option is set to Normal, the orientation will be preserved. If you select Rotate 90°, Rotate 180°, or Rotate 270°, the watermark will be rotated counterclockwise by 90, 180, or 270 degrees, respectively. If you select Flip Vertical or Flip Horizontal, the watermark will be flipped vertically or horizontally, respectively.
Width Defines the width of the watermark. You can specify a value higher or lower than the width/height of the main image or the watermark by a given number of pixels (millimeters, centimeters, inches, or percent). Or you can specify an absolute or relative width (as a percentage). This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom.
Height Defines the height of the watermark. In other respects, this option is similar to Width.
Constrain Proportions If this option is set to Yes, the watermark's original proportions will be preserved, and its sizes will not exceed the specified height and width. This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom.
Horizontal Justification Defines horizontal justification of the watermark. This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom.
Vertical Justification Defines vertical justification of the watermark. This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom.
Horizontal Offset Defines a horizontal offset relative to the current justification. A negative value means “move to the left.” The values are measured as a percentage of the watermark's width, which corresponds to 100%. This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom.
Vertical Offset Defines a vertical offset relative to the current justification. A negative value means “move up.”  This option is visible only if the Mode option is set to Custom.
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