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Re: Pix in Library

halinar@open.org wrote:
> Bob:
> >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
Hi Joe
	I have applied it once or twice a long time(12-18 months) ago. It is
built right into the program under filters. You just apply it with one
part of the program under filters and read it with the other.


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