If you are a creative personality and have many images on your computer, you might wish to provide them with your signature to claim your copyright. Image Converter Plus will help you do it.

Do the following:

Step 1:

  • First, write your signature on a white page with a black marker. Scan the page (make sure to avoid black borders on the scanned image).

Step 2:

  • Launch Image Converter Plus.

Step 3:

  • Go to Photos tab and add the file containing the scanned page with your signature.

Step 4:

  • Go to Profiles tab. In “Operation before save: Add operation” line, click “Add operation” and select “ColorEffects” from the menu.

Step 5:

  • Click “Add operation” once again and select “ReplaceColor” from the menu.

Step 6:

  • Repeat the previous step once again.

Step 7:

  • Click “Add operation” once again and select “Crop Image” from the menu.

Step 8:

  • Click “Add operation” once again and select “Resize” from the menu.

Step 9:

  • Click the “+” mark located to the left from “Add operation” line to expand the group of settings for added operations.

Step 10:

  • In “Color Effects”, select “Grayscale effect” in “Apply … Effect” line.

Step 11:

  • In the first instance of “Replace Color”, in “Replace color … with color …” line, select “black” and “black” values, enter “50” into “With tolerance … %” line and uncheck “Smoothing” checkbox.

Step 12:

  • In the second instance of “Replace Color”, in “Replace color … with color …” line, select “white” and “transparent” values, enter “50” into “With tolerance … %” line and uncheck “Smoothing” checkbox.

Step 13:

  • In “CropImage”, select “Margins Autocrop” in “Crop image …” line, and select “transparent” and “50” in “Auto crop border color … with tolerance…” line.

Step 14:

  • In “Resize”, specify the desired size of your signature in “Pixel Dimensions” line (a signature of (150…200)X(100…140) will well suit 1024X768 image size.

Step 15:

  • Specify settings of the output format. Select GIF format, and specify “2” in “With … colors” option.

Step 16:

  • Specify the default folder to save your signature to.

Step 17:

  • Press “Start” button to begin conversion.

Step 18:

  • Now we must add the signature to your images. Press “New” button.

Step 19:

  • Go to “Photos” tab, select and add the files you want to process.

Step 20:

  • Click “Add operation” once again and select “Watermark” from the menu.

Step 21:

  • Click “+” mark located to the left from “Add operation” line to open the group of settings for added operations.

Step 22:

  • In “Watermark”, enter the full path to your signature file into “Apply watermark from file …” line.

Step 23:

  • In “with horizontal alignment … , with vertical alignment …” line, select “right, bottom” values(to place your signature in bottom right corner of the image).

Step 24:

  • In “with horizontal offset … , with vertical offset …” line, enter offset values to specify the offset from image borders (for example, -30x-30 for bottom right corner).

Step 25:

  • Specify settings for the destination file format (optimal values are specified by default)

Step 26:

  • Specify the folder to save converted images to.

Step 27:

  • Specify values for other settings.

Step 28:

  • Press “Start” button to start conversion.

Profiles for download

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