Batch Date Watermarking Via Exif Data
Batch Photo Date Stamper is a multimedia software created by Fingerspoil Games. The multimedia software is mainly utilized for editing photography, specifically adding custom stamps or watermarks to every batch of photos.
A Little Software Development Company
Fingerspoil Games is a Bulgarian based, software development company founded in 2009. The small development company has developed simple software for any computers other than publishing free independent games. One of their simple and generic game is Snake Munch, a clone of the classic Snake found in every Nokia phones.
What The Tool Is All About
Batch Photo Date Stamper is capable of embedding unique watermarks on every image saved in a folder. It utilizes the image’s Exif data such as the date and time when the image was taken, camera manufacturer and model, the owner of the image, user comments, and description. The watermark can be embedded in any position that users may prefer. Users can process an unlimited number of images while the stamp sizing is automated for the convenience of users. Unfortunately, the multimedia software has limited tools for editing images. Users have to manually input the coordinates for the placement of the stamp. There is no preview of the image being edited. On the bright side, one of the advantages of this multimedia software is batch processing. It can select all image files stored in the folders as well as their subfolders. A single button click is required to watermark all images. The software retains the image’s orientation and the Exif data so no important file is lost. Users are also free to embed any text message in the images while utilizing TrueType font for the stamping. The multimedia software can be purchased for extra features.
Getting All Photos Stamped
Batch Photo Date Stamper does streamlined processing of adding watermark or stamps to dozens of images, including their arranged files under subfolders. It cuts down the manual processing of opening individual images, retrieving information and pasting them in the image. Users can instantly stamp information on their photo collections in an instant.