This is a tutorial that will explain how to add a copyright notice to your photos in Aftershot Pro. It can even be done automatically when you export the image as a Jpeg for publishing online. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a new preset called “My Copyright Text”. This tutorial uses the zText plugin.
This is what a simple copyright message will look like but you can change it to suit your own needs.
After you install zText find it in the plugins tabs and enable it, type your copyright notice and set the size appropriately.
You can adjust where the message will appear on the “Preset” tab of the plugin.
Once you’re happy with your copyright message hop over to the Presets widget and click the + “Add Preset” icon.
This window will popup, rename the preset to something meaningful and click “None” to unselsect everything.
Go into the Advanced tab and select zTextPlug and you should see the settings you already configured. Click OK.
Click the Show checkbox next to your new preset and the “Done” button on the Preset widget.
If you have an output job configured you can add the copyright notice as a preset in the job settings to automate the task every time you export a file. One advantage of doing this is your image in Aftershot Pro won’t have the copyright text making it easier to export it again using a different batch output job.
Hope that helped, want some more Aftershot Pro tutorials?
I noticed this morning that F-Spot 0.6.0 came out a few days ago. I haven’t tried it yet but I’m downloading it now. Unfortunately if it requires any dependencies not present in Ubuntu Jaunty I’ll leave it for another day, or until a .deb exists. I don’t have time to go chasing this stuff any more.
Bibble Labs continue their progress to a final release of Bibble 5 with a new preview release. I downloaded preview 2.2 last week and it converted my large 11GB catalog to a new format while I went off and made a cup of tea. On loading nothing much had changed but lots of bugs have been fixed. I have over 75,000 photos loaded into it so it’s a bit of a memory and CPU hog. When I plan on browsing through my photo archive I shut down the other memory hog on my computer, Firefox.
Can’t wait for a final release. You should try it out.
Clouds drift over the River Lee across from Blackrock Village about a week ago.
I’m trying out the preview of Bibble 5 Pro at the moment. Great DAM features, although it is starting to slow down after importing about 90,000 images and it’s reading from an external USB 2.0 drive.
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