Video Watermark - How to Watermark a Video with Video or Photo

By Aug 22,2017 20:38 pm

Nowadays, videos are more and more used on company websites like demos, tutorials, samples, and event introductions. Adding a logo as watermark can protect the copyright and help promote your brand as well. Here's a step by step video tutorial about how to add watermark or logo to your video:

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As we can see from the video above, adding watermark or logo to video with Wondershare Filmora is very easy. Filmora, which is available on both Windows and Mac, is not only an ideal tool to edit your videos, but also one of the best video watermark software tools available today. Apart from using a static image such as logo or watermark, it allows users to create video watermarks simply by adding a video using Filmora's Picture-in-Picture function. Let's check step by step.

How to add Watermark: 4 Steps to Watermark a Video with Video or Photo

Step 1 Add video and watermark files to the Filmora Video Editor

You can either click the "Import" button on the primary window and select files from your computer, or just capture videos directly to the in-program User's Album with your webcam or other video-capture device. This video watermark software supports almost all regular video and image file formats, such as MP4, WMV, AVI, JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, JPG, etc.

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Step 2 Add video and watermark files to the Timeline

The background video should be on the video track (the first track on timeline), while the video/picture clip which is working as a watermark should be dragged and dropped onto the PIP track. Then you can extend the duration of the watermark clip the same as the background video’s. To do that , you need to hang your mouse at the ending edge of the watermark clip until the icon “double arrow” cursor shows up ,then drag it to the same duration as the background video .

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Step 3 Adjust watermark

By double click on the watermark clip, you can customize it with its motion, position, size, shape as well as adding a border/shadow ,etc to it .

Motion: Choose from more than 30 kinds of motion effects to make watermark animated. There will be a sign when motion is added to a watermark.

Position: Put your mouse on the watermark clip and drag it anywhere in the preview window.

Size: Drag the handles around the watermark clip to resize it.

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By clicking the "Advanced" tab, you can edit the mask and effects of the watermark clips.

Mask: Shape your watermark with double left click on one of the shapes. Adjust the image width or height.

Effect: This tab allows you to add a border, shadow, rotate, flip and add alpha effects to your watermark.

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Step 4Save watermarked videos

When you have finished the customization of video watermark, click "Export". You can save watermarked videos in almost any format you want by clicking "Format". If you want to share your videos on YouTube, go directly to the YouTube tab and upload watermarked videos there. You can also create videos for mobile devices and burn to DVD for backup purposes.

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Tips: Besides video watermarks, Filmora also provides other video editing functions like adding background music, photos, special effects, etc.

Related: How to Make a PIP video Easily

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Hi Midna, I have downloaded the latest Filmora version, and the watermark is much less. You can see it at the attached image. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/13a0b8046101c4bb73b52b5fad7edc4ea69f64f127cb21814994afbba57a6633.png You can download it and now, and export your video again to check. And as I know, if you are a student, you can always get a discount. Get more information at https://store.wondershare.com/shop/buy/buy-video-editor.html
onealombu
I'm guessing their customer support is lame... A month old question and no answer.. smh!
midnageno
Please tell me theres a way to move and resize the filmora watermark I can't afford the full version and the filmora watermark literally plasters the whole screen of my video so you can't see anything. How do I edit that? Please tell me I can at least shrink the damn thing...
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