Entering a text watermark is pretty easy. In the text settings window, you would enter text as you would in a word processor.
As you make your watermark entry in the text box, you would see a preview of it in the video monitor window. The next thing you should do is choose the colour of your watermark to ensure its visibility on your video.
Adjust the font size so that it’s not too small or too large. Once you’ve got your font size and colour right, you would want to consider the positioning of the watermark. Usually, the position of the watermark reflects the position of the text in the text box.
But then by clicking on the position tab, you can fine-tune the positioning further. You have three modes to work with. If you choose auto fit, your watermark will stretch across the screen.
In the tile mode, several watermarks will be scattered across the screen. The drawback of this mode is it would distract the viewer from the visuals.
The most flexible mode is the manual mode which allows you to place your watermark in a position of your choice on your video. It allows you to even control the X-offset and the Y-offset of your watermarks.