Add watermark to your video can avoid unauthorized use and copying of it as well as promote your brand and company. It can also make the video more personalized and special. Here I share top 5 video editing tools for watermarking your videos. Read on and learn more about these programs so you can weigh your options on which one to use.
Top 5 Free Video Watermark Software
Windows Live Movie Maker is another good choice for Windows users. You can use it to add a simple text watermark or an image watermark as you like. If adding a text watermark, you can easily edit the font color, size, style, position of the text, as well as its transparency. Set specified duration of the text watermark is also available.
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Format Factory is a free, fully-featured multimedia converter that lets you convert audio, video, and even images, between the most popular formats. It also has the watermark function which enables you to add watermark to your video for free.
JahShaka is a commonly used open-source video editing tool. It boasts support for almost all major operating systems. There are also a ton of tutorials of this application which you can make full use of. Follow along with the instructions of watermarking and you should be the master of this tool.
VirtualDub is one powerful video editing software with many features in-tact that can help you perform different changes to the video whilst maintaining the video's quality. You can also use it to add watermarks to your video with the logo filter. Refer to this guide to get more information about how to add watermarks using this tool.
InVideo Programming is a feature that enables you to embed a chosen YouTube video or your channel logo across all of the videos on your channel. With it, you can add watermark your YouTube videos with a few clicks without having to edit the original video.
Besides the free video watermark software, here I highly recommend paid video editing software- Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor). It's definitely a better option since it's more convenient to use because of its user-friendly interface. Even if you're not a pro in video editing, you can watermark and edit your videos with ease. You just have to drag-n-drop the images or logos from your computer or other external devices for watermarking. Here is a detailed guide about how to.