Description

ImageWatermark is a package which allows you to define a watermark on each image delivered by Composite C1. The watermark can be of an image or a text and can be placed in any of the four edges of the resulting image (or all edges).
The configuration also allows to select a target media folder, where the watermark should be applied.

Usage

Location of the configuration

The watermark configuration is located in the Media-perspective in the folder 'Image Watermark Configuration' here:

Configuration of a single image watermark

Each watermark configuration can have the following configuration values:

PropertyName Required Description
Name false Display name of your configuration.
FontSize true The font-size of the watermark text (will be only used if you define the property 'WatermarkText'.
ShowOnTopLeft false Defines if the watermark is displayed in top left corner (multiple selection of position possible).
ShowOnTopRight false Defines if the watermark is displayed in top right corner (multiple selection of position possible).
ShowOnBottolRight false Defines if the watermark is displayed in bottom right corner (multiple selection of position possible).
ShowOnBottomLeft false Defines if the watermark is displayed in bottom left corner (multiple selection of position possible).
WatermarkText false The text to display as a watermark.
WatermarkImageFilePath false The image to display as watermark.
TargetMediaFolderPath false The media folder, where the watermark should be applied to (must be selected, otherwise no watermarks are added).



Troubleshooting

No watermark shown

Please check the following:
  • Did you create a watermark configuration?
  • Did you added either a WatermarkText or selected a WatermarkImageFilePath?
  • Did you selected a TargetMediaFolderPath?
  • Did you specify a big-enough FontSize (depending on the image size, try a value around 50 to start).

Applied text or image vary from image to image

This is possible, as the watermark is added to the final resolution of the image. If the image is resized by HTML (by defining a with or height by CSS or image attributes), this cannot be reflected in the watermark creation.


Last edited Mar 26, 2014 at 5:35 PM by Stops, version 2