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This tutorial will show you how to make a watermark for you videos in Photoshop.
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Today I’m going to be showing you how to make a water mark for whatever program you have. All right so, what I use, I use Adobe Photoshop CS4. So just bring that up. Go to file, new, choose a name if you want, but for this it should be at 100, 300 RGB 8 bit, and make sure this is at transparent or else it won’t work.
All right, so click Ok. And then press control, and then the plus fan, until you’re all right with it, so you’re just magnifying the picture. All right, now once you have that, get the text box, now you can also make circles if you want. And just make a circle. Now to make it a perfect circle, hold shift. Now once you have this, click the paint bucket tool, and make it as whatever color you want, I’m just going to make it black. All right, and once you have that, get the text box, and make a text wherever you want it. And then make sure your text is on white, and then type in whatever you want. Now, once you have that, make sure you resize it. So just highlight it, and change this. Now, once you have that, you can resize it, I guess. And then take the tool here, put it in the center, and then zoom out again, make sure it looks good. And then once you finished this, go to file and then click save for web and devices. Just click save, choose your location, name it, save, and that’s all you got to do. There it is right there.