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    Does anyone know where I can get a picture of the DVD logo that has a transparent background? I would like to place it on my current project and can only find ones with a colored background. I know that I could probably fix it in Photoshop but my hand is not that steady for that type of work.

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    For an image file:
    Resize the logo to the disired size.
    Change the black of the logo to any level of grey within the greyscale.
    Place in the location desired on a blank page with the page size equal to the project size, for example 720X480 or 320X240.
    Use as a greyscale mask to place the watermark on the image.
    I use an image editor called Photofiltre to do my watermark masks.
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    Just an FYI - You can't use that logo without permission. It's copyrighted. I know that people use it all the time but they are technically violating a copyright by doing so without permission.

    http://www.dvdforum.org/format-format.htm
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  4. Originally Posted by SCDVD
    Just an FYI - You can't use that logo without permission. It's copyrighted. I know that people use it all the time but they are technically violating a copyright by doing so without permission.

    http://www.dvdforum.org/format-format.htm
    You mean trademarked.


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    Originally Posted by cobra jet
    Does anyone know where I can get a picture of the DVD logo that has a transparent background? I would like to place it on my current project and can only find ones with a colored background. I know that I could probably fix it in Photoshop but my hand is not that steady for that type of work.

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    You use a font in your photo app.

    http://forum.videohelp.com/topic290447.html#1446642


    http://forum.videohelp.com/topic290447.html#1446066
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