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  1. I need a software that watermark without quality loss or increase size

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  2. Adding a watermark means reencoding. Reencoding means quality loss (although maybe not much). The only way to get what you want (short of making a huge lossless file) would be to add this watermark as a subtitle.
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  3. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Adding a watermark means reencoding. Reencoding means quality loss (although maybe not much). The only way to get what you want (short of making a huge lossless file) would be to add this watermark as a subtitle.
    But tell me a software bro for image watermark on video

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  4. I don't add watermarks, I remove them. Defacing videos with watermarks and logos is a stupid idea.
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  5. You need to hire someone that will wrote such software for you - you can modify encoded data of video not video (data can be modified in spatial and time domain) usually this is how real watermarking/fingerprinting works.
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    If you must put a logo on your video and you are familiar with Avisynth, it allows multiple logos at different times and overlapping or not.

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Name:	logosetup.jpg
Views:	615
Size:	83.1 KB
ID:	43313

    Script setup matching the above:

    Code:
    v1 = Directshowsource("C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\aCommercial HDCNVRTED.flv").ConvertToRGB32.Lanczosresize(854, 480)
    img1 = ImageSource("C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\TransparentBG.png", pixel_type="RGB32", fps=23.976, end=100).converttoRGB32.LanczosResize(100,70)
    clip1 = v1.trim(0, -10) ++ v1.trim(10, -90).Overlay(img1, 356, 48,Opacity=1.0, img1.ShowAlpha()) \
     ++ v1.trim(100, 0)
    return clip1
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Name:	logo.jpg
Views:	613
Size:	104.4 KB
ID:	43314

    The above image has a transparent background and the script has all necessary items to allow this.
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  7. Originally Posted by Budman1 View Post
    If you must put a logo on your video and you are familiar with Avisynth, it allows multiple logos at different times and overlapping or not.

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    Script setup matching the above:

    Code:
    v1 = Directshowsource("C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\aCommercial HDCNVRTED.flv").ConvertToRGB32.Lanczosresize(854, 480)
    img1 = ImageSource("C:\Users\Bud\Desktop\TransparentBG.png", pixel_type="RGB32", fps=23.976, end=100).converttoRGB32.LanczosResize(100,70)
    clip1 = v1.trim(0, -10) ++ v1.trim(10, -90).Overlay(img1, 356, 48,Opacity=1.0, img1.ShowAlpha()) \
     ++ v1.trim(100, 0)
    return clip1
    Creating video using ffmpeg.
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    The above image has a transparent background and the script has all necessary items to allow this.
    Thanks bro u r great please meet me on personal please

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