MacHouse Releases WatermarQue Plus

MacHouse shareware WatermarQue Plus






TOKYO (MacHouse) – Yesterday, MacHouse released WatermarQue Plus, an advanced version of WatermarQue. WatermarQue is a freeware title that lets you batch-export multiple images with a watermark of your design. WatermarQue Plus is a commercial software title that allows users to import an unlimited number of graphic images. It also allows users to import movies and take and then send screenshots over to application’s image list.  





MacHouse shareware WatermarQue Plus






WatermarQue Plus supports the following graphic formats as imports: BMP, GIF, JPG, PDF, PNG, PSD, TIF. And WatermarQue Plus supports the following multimedia formats as movie imports: AVI, DV, MP4, MOV, MPEG, MPG, OGV, WMV (free version of Flip4Mac required). Note that using WatermarQue requires that you have QuickTime (no Pro upgrade required) installed on your terminal.





MacHouse freeware ScreenEdit   MacHouse shareware WatermarQue Plus






Click on the button to learn more about WatermarQue Plus and/or download a demo version. VTC






WatermarQue Plus is a product of MacHouse.
QuickTime is a product of Apple, Inc.

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14 Responses to MacHouse Releases WatermarQue Plus

  1. Kevin Warcup says:

    I purchased WatermarQue Plus from the apple app store and when I open it the app will not fit to my screen, I can’t move it like other windows on my Macbook Pro 13″ Mac OS X Version 10.6.7 Not very impressed that i can’t fit it to the screen, When I go to the support link safari can’t connect to the link, Not impressed with this so far.

  2. Kevin Warcup says:

    Links to support have now started to work but still can’t change the size of the programme window so that it fit’s my screen.

  3. How big is your screen? You need at least 1,000 x 760 pixels.

  4. Cathy Metcalf says:

    I purchased WatermarQue Plus from the apple app store and when I open it the app will not fit to my screen, I can’t move it like other windows on my Macbook Pro 13″ Mac OS X Version 10.7 Not very impressed that i can’t fit it to the screen, When I go to the support link safari can’t connect to the link, Not impressed with this so far. I tried doing what they said below ie change screen resolution and still no joy lmao ripoff. Not compatible with Lion i dont think!!!!!

  5. I’m sorry to hear your difficulty.

    (1) Mac App Store says the application requires that you have ‘a screen capable of displaying 1,000 x 768 pixels or more.’
    (2) We don’t really know which link you are talking about. If you are talking about ‘WatermarQue Plus Support’ at Mac App Store, it appears that it’s working.
    (3) I don’t really know what you mean by not compatible with Lion. We’ve tested it under Mac OS X Lion. And it works.

  6. Hi! I purchased this via the app store as well as I couldn’t find any other app that I could put a watermark on my photos… So, I am trying – but most of my photos are 3648 x 2736 – and when I try to bring them in to watermark it seems the program can’t cope with pixel size – If I try to move the watermark – it always ends up cut off in the top corner – not sure if I am missing something but there isn’t anything in the help file or user guide to tell me how to manage this.

  7. I see what you mean, Leanne. You aren’t missing anything. This application cannot handle pictures of that big size.

  8. anthony brown says:

    I am pissed off with this application!

    I have worked out my watermark copy, size, position ecetera!

    However, each time I drag a jpeg image into the box it only displays a tiny part of the picture. The top left hand area. Consequently when I try to export the watermark is miniscule on the total image. WHY?

  9. Mr. Brown,

    If that’s a question that you expect me to answer, then I’m afraid I cannot without details.

  10. anthony brown says:

    What details?

  11. Please read ‘Quesions?’ at the top menu bar.

  12. anthony brown says:

    WatermarQue Plus version 2.3.2

    Mac OS X version 10.6.8

    21 and a half inches

    jpeg

    It happened as I explained previously

  13. Mr. Brown,

    If you are suggesting that your computer’s screen size is 21.5 inches, that doesn’t really give me much information. A 21.5-inch Mac could have an 800 x 600, 1440 x 900, 1920 x 1200 screen resolution. And I don’t even know what kind of image sizes you have.

  14. anthony brown says:

    you are just being pedantic

    and still have a piece of software that is useless just like you

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