After you have uploaded your video file successfully, you will be taken to the Set your Watermark page to set the watermark type. You can choose between the adjustable and the standard watermarks.

Adjustable Watermark

These watermarks provide more flexibility and control over the watermark configurations and enable faster processing of screeners. The adjustable watermark option appears only for videos that are over 5 minutes in duration. On selecting adjustable watermark, you have to update the following settings:

Position: This is the position where the watermark will appear on the video. You can choose a position for the watermark on the 15-point grid as shown in the image.
Opacity: You can increase or decrease the opacity scale to view how it would appear on the video. The opacity can be set between 20 to 100%. We recommend setting it at 60% so that the watermark is optimally visible.
Frequency: This is the time interval at which the watermark will appear on the video. Selecting a higher frequency enables faster processing of the video. The watermark is displayed for a duration of 20 seconds every time it appears on the screener.



Click Save & Next once you have updated these settings. You will be taken to the Video Listings page and the status of your video will be transcoding in progress. Once the video has successfully transcoded, you can send out screeners.

Standard Watermark

Standard watermarks are not as flexible as adjustable watermarks. You can only control the vertical position of the watermark. Once you have selected the standard watermark, set the position of the watermark. You can choose the watermark to appear on the top, middle, or bottom as indicated by the grids.



Click Save & Next once you have updated these settings. You will be taken to the Video Listings page and the status of your video will be transcoding in progress. Once the video has successfully transcoded, you can send out screeners.
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