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Re: Pix in Library


>I can put a watermark on an image with Photoshop that can't be seen
>with the naked eye. That is what the Digimarc program is for that 
>comes with it.

Do you know how the watermark is applied?  Do you need a special 
program to see it, or if I magnify an image enough will I be able to 
see it.  Since I don't have Photoshop I guess I'll just let anyone use 
any of my images if they really want to.  

Joe Halinar

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