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    Hello to all,

    I want to add a watermark to a video without re-encoding it as it will degrade the quality.
    The container is mkv .the video is AVC and audio is AAC.any help will be appreciated

    Thz in advance.
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    Anything added to a video will involve a re-encode.
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    is it possible to overlay text without re-encoding it.plz reply
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  4. Originally Posted by zammil View Post
    is it possible to overlay text without re-encoding it.plz reply
    You can use softsubs e.g. srt, ssa etc...
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    From the below forum i learned that u can use avisynth to add logo.

    http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/317209

    so can i use Xvid4psp which is avisynth based to add logo which is more user friendly.

    plz give a reply
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    Originally Posted by zammil View Post
    From the below forum i learned that u can use avisynth to add logo.

    http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/317209

    so can i use Xvid4psp which is avisynth based to add logo which is more user friendly.

    plz give a reply
    I thought you didn't want to re-encode and degrade the quality.

    You have 2 choices:
    1. Use soft subs (which can easily be switched off by the viewer) or
    2. Re-encode with watermark hard-subbed into the video.

    No other alternative.
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    ok flimboss80 i want to do it the second way.i want watermark to appear at the rightmost bottom plz explain it.

    Many thz.
    Last edited by zammil; 16th Nov 2010 at 23:17.
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    Originally Posted by filmboss80 View Post
    You have 2 choices:
    1. Use soft subs (which can easily be switched off by the viewer) or
    2. Re-encode with watermark hard-subbed into the video.
    No other alternative.
    If the video's going to be viewed online within a web browser, it might be possible for an embedded flash player to overlay a logo on playback.

    Look at the shuttle video on this page:
    http://www.longtailvideo.com/players/jw-player/gallery/

    The jwplayer and YouTube logos at the bottom are overlayed by the player, the NASA logo is on the original encoded video.
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