Aperture 2 Tip: Feedback on the Watermark and MobileMe Web Gallery in Aperture 2, David Schloss from Aperture User Network AUP has pointed out it is not an engineering issue but…plus Thumbs up for the plug-in called BorderFX 1.1…
as a personal-image-sharing site.
Nice and so cool to get some exchange going, solving problems and giving advise to those who needed.
Remember my previous Blog: http://www.deichmann-photo.com/blog.html#unique-entry-id-274
“Aperture 2 and the problem with the watermark in the Mobile Me Web Gallery. Unfortunately there is still a little problem within Aperture and the watermark, but here is an easy workaround.”
See below the link to the Aperture User Network (AUN) an interesting post by John Omvik, a very handy plug in for solving these watermark issues, but it is still a workaround if you going to use MobileMe Web Gallery no matter which way…I have tried this plug-in and I have to admit it is pretty cool and works fine even with multi images plus it does a lot more.
Screenshot of BorderFX 1.1 great for watermarks but also for additional text, info, shadows, borders, plus a lot more a very cool plug-in and thanks to John Omvik for posting this on the AUN.
You all know I am note the greatest fan for plug-ins, but this one I can recommend and not because it is free... because this one makes a lot of sense, however I still like to see Aperture 2 with direct watermarking by-passing all those plug-ins for use in the MobileMe Gallery, I guess we have to wait for a while, in the meantime this plug-in does a great job, thanks to John Omvik for pointing it out.
Now you have two options for watermarking, the one I have explained in my previous Blog or use BorderFX 1.1 with my Thumbs up and a very successful test drive behind me. If you need all the other options in BorderFX 1.1 creating borders, shadows, additional text, etc.,etc., it is all there, just activate them by ticking the option box, it is that simple. Download BorderFX 1.1 at the link below:
Read John’s article on BorderFX 1.1 in Aperture User Network
click the link below:
Marking the border and watermarks with BorderFX
( posted by John Omvik on 09-12-2008, 08:22 PM )
BorderFX Export Plug-in for Aperture
Aperture Export plug-in called BorderFX 1.1 developed by Reinhard Uebel.