How to use batch processing of images to add watermarks to a set of images using Watermarking SDK for .NET developers

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How to batch process 2 or more photo files using Bytescout.Watermarking SDK for .NET developers

You can also use EXIF macros to watermark images with their extended information. See this sample to view tutorial

Download source code: watermarkingsdk_batch_watermarking.zip (240 KB)

Input image #1:

input image 1

Input image #1:

sample input image 2

OUTPUT:

Output image #1:

output image 1

Output image #2:

output image 2

using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using Bytescout.Watermarking;
using Bytescout.Watermarking.Presets;

namespace Sample
{
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
// Create Watermarker instance
Watermarker waterMarker = new Watermarker();

// Initialize library
waterMarker.InitLibrary(“demo”, “demo”);

// Add images to apply watermarks to
waterMarker.AddInputFile(“my_sample_image2.jpg”);
waterMarker.AddInputFile(“my_sample_image3.jpg”);

// Create new watermark
TextFitsPage preset = new TextFitsPage();

// Set watermark text
preset.Text = “Bytescout Watermarking”;

// Add watermark to watermarker
waterMarker.AddWatermark(preset);

// Set output directory
waterMarker.OutputOptions.OutputDirectory = “../”;

// Apply watermarks
waterMarker.Execute();
}
}
}

Download source code: watermarkingsdk_batch_watermarking.zip (240 KB)

You can also use EXIF macros to watermark images with their extended information. See this sample to view tutorial

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