,

Monday, March 30, 2015

Aoao Watermark for Photo & Aoao Video to GIF Converter

Aoao Watermark

Aoao Watermark for Photo is a photo watermark software that provides professional image protection solution when sharing photos. You don't need to worry about ZERO Image Quality Loss. It's easy to use and I think it's one of the best effective way to protect your photo's copyright and avoid from unauthorized uses. What I like most about the Aoao Watermark for Photo software is that you can batch watermark all at once. It has saved me a lot of time.

How it works with these simple steps:
  1. Prepare photo.
  2. Load your image.
  3. Edit your watermark.
  4. Process.
  5. Finish.
Screenshots below:



Tip: Just a reminder to back up original photos in a separate folder so you don't override when you save your photos using the Watermark software.

WHERE TO BUY: Aoao Watermark is available for $29.90 for the full version and can be downloaded from the Aoao Photo website at www.aoaophoto.com.  A Free Trial version is available for you to try. The limitation is that the unregistered version of Aoao Watermark will put "DEMO" watermark on output photos.


Aoao Video to GIF Converter

I had fun with this one. Aoao Video to GIF Converter basically allows the user to convert a scene in a video clip into an animated GIF image. You can also add special effects during process. I describe it as bringing a still image/photo to "life". I've seen a lot of these with scenes from favorite television shows and movies. Check out my Tumblr account (jennieyuen.tumblr.com) and see what I mean.

Here are some examples:







WHERE TO BUY: Aoao Video to GIF is available for $29.90 for the full version and can be downloaded from the Aoao Photo website at www.aoaophoto.com.  A Free Trial version is available for you to try. All of AoaoPhoto products come with a 30-day Money Back Guarantee.

Thanks to Aoao Photo, they have generously provided readers of "Jen's Blog of Random Thoughts" license keys for the two software I reviewed. Both of the keys are valid before April 20th.

License for Aoao Watermark for Photo:  
AO-AWMB-AF6BD00781-0052FFDDE2-337EFEFDFC

License for Aoao Video to GIF Converter: 
AO-GIFB-AF6BD00781-16CDF7D1B8-10D9F78CF1




Disclosure: I received licensed keys to the above software for my own use and in exchange of my review in this post. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts. No other compensation was given.




Bookmark and Share

3 comments:

  1. Photo Watermark does exactly what the name suggests – it lets you add watermarks to photos – but the types of watermarks you can add are quite varied.
    Not only can you add custom text as a watermark (including changing the font, size and color), you can also use your signature (or any other hand-written text) as a watermark by writing on the screen.
    You can also apply stickers, a timestamp, a location, a mosaic effect, or ‘graffiti’ (which basically just lets you go wild on your images with a digital paintbrush). Whether you want to protect your photo or just log when and where it was taken, there should be a tool here to suit.
    Photo Watermark is free, but it’s quite heavy on adverts. For $0.99/£0.89 per month you can get rid of them, but unless you’re adding watermarks to a ton of images it’s probably not worth it.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Photo Watermark does exactly what the name suggests – it lets you add watermarks to photos – but the types of watermarks you can add are quite varied.
    Not only can you add custom text as a watermark (including changing the font, size and color), you can also use your signature (or any other hand-written text) as a watermark by writing on the screen.
    You can also apply stickers, a timestamp, a location, a mosaic effect, or ‘graffiti’ (which basically just lets you go wild on your images with a digital paintbrush). Whether you want to protect your photo or just log when and where it was taken, there should be a tool here to suit.
    Photo Watermark is free, but it’s quite heavy on adverts. For $0.99/£0.89 per month you can get rid of them, but unless you’re adding watermarks to a ton of images it’s probably not worth it.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Photo Watermark does exactly what the name suggests – it lets you add watermarks to photos – but the types of watermarks you can add are quite varied.
    Not only can you add custom text as a watermark (including changing the font, size and color), you can also use your signature (or any other hand-written text) as a watermark by writing on the screen.
    You can also apply stickers, a timestamp, a location, a mosaic effect, or ‘graffiti’ (which basically just lets you go wild on your images with a digital paintbrush). Whether you want to protect your photo or just log when and where it was taken, there should be a tool here to suit.
    Photo Watermark is free, but it’s quite heavy on adverts. For $0.99/£0.89 per month you can get rid of them, but unless you’re adding watermarks to a ton of images it’s probably not worth it.

    ReplyDelete