View Full Version : Digital Watermarking
01-24-2003, 08:14 AM
does anyone out there know what is digital watermarking ?
and how can we protect our images.
Not really the right forum i dont think but ...
watermarking is when you place faint text over your image in places where it would be hard to remove. So it can be clearly seen it belongs to you.
Get the idea ?
01-24-2003, 05:01 PM
why wouldnt this be the right forum... its a graphical question isnt it? Here's an example:
(and this isnt a plug for my site I did a search in google to find it)
01-24-2003, 05:11 PM
There's a thing called digimarc (http://www.digimarc.com) you might want to look into.
yer your right webmarket this is the right place. I got confused for I second when I made that post. I thought I was in the flash forum (flash only) don't ask why.
tired I guess
That isn't watermarking, wap, though that is what most people think of it as. What you are referring to is what people typically do in order to make a comp or preview image unusable without purchase...you'd have to go in with a clone stamp and clean out the branding overlaying the image...not fun.
A true watermark is digital information that has been stored in the binary data of the image, containing copyright information. This data survives numerous edits of the same image, survives being copy and pasted (to an extent, for a few iterations) and is the only true way to give graphical copyright infringement claims any merit or teeth in a accusation or deliberation.
The link mouse gave you is exactly what you should look into.
i did know about that as well but I was thinking he meant what I described.
oh well i did try . . . .:D
01-27-2003, 10:25 AM
I had already tried digimarc (free version). I was only able to add copyright year in it. As you guyz had seen in MS Word document, when a user see the properties of word document, it shows about author, document statistics etc etc. any user can change this too. I want to add this type of information along with my images showing that this image is copyright and belongs to me.
is there any type of tool. (free one is preferred :) )
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