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Script that can add signature to my pictures?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by neroazzurro, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. neroazzurro

    neroazzurro Regular Member

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    Anyone got some script that can automaticaly add some background or signature (like with my profile name in corner) automatically?


    For example if I do quotes, I want to make same background for every quote and just put text in script and as product I get full photo with my texts.

    Example: http://prntscr.com/9vwxdc
     
  2. longdouble

    longdouble Regular Member

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    This can be accomplished on Linux with imagemagic.
     
  3. BillTomy

    BillTomy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Great share man :)
     
  4. HoNeYBiRD

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    Watermark Factory can do the trick too, if you're more like a Windows guy :)

    i think the term you're looking for is "watermark/watermarking", now if you search for that on Google, you'll have quite a few results
     
  5. neroazzurro

    neroazzurro Regular Member

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    I am Windows guys, thanks for suggestions :)
     
  6. neroazzurro

    neroazzurro Regular Member

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    Any suggestions?
     
  7. ambne

    ambne Newbie

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    what with canva? but this not script just like potoshop but on the web :D
     
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    Personally I would use Photoshop as I have it.

    Create an "Action" which does everything you need and saves it too.

    Depending on version/OS you can create a "Droplet" which is an icon on your desktop which you can just drag said images onto and it automatically adds your watermark.

    If you go down the route of Photoshop just Google: PS Action Tutorial

    Actions are like scripts/Imacros which record your tasks once so you can automate.

    Just wanted to make you aware of the phases to search for if you're unfamiliar with Photoshop...