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Quicktime 10.1 and Watermarks

Oct 16, 2010
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Switzerland & UK
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2010 Macbook - OS X 10.9 - iPhone 4s - iPod - iPad

I am using Quicktime player 10.1 on Lion to create video walk throughs, all is fine including adding sound.:D
My question is, is there an easy way to add a watermark. Or do I have to upgrade to Quicktime Pro to do this? I do not want to go back to version 7.

All help really appreciated as I am a little baffled at the moment. :Confused:

Can a Mod move this as I think I posted in the wrong place, meant to go into switcher.


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Jan 23, 2008
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Keller, Texas
Your Mac's Specs
2017 27" iMac, 10.5" iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 11, iPhone 12 Mini, Numerous iPods, Monterey
Please do not cross post! If you feel that you posted in the wrong forum ask a staff member to move it for you. Your cross post in the other forum has been removed. And, you post is fine here as it does not belong in Switcher.

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