Visual Watermark for Mac needs you to do 3 things: select a list of photos you want to watermark, design a watermark and provide the program with an output folder. Output folder is a place on your hard disc that will contain watermarked photos. This guide will show how to select it and how to locate your photos after watermarking.
Here is Visual Watermark Basic edition. I’ve already selected some photos for watermarking and configured a red watermark “© Lou Wang” in the bottom left corner.
Click the Go! button in the top-right corner to open an “Output Settings” dialog.
You should select a folder on your hard disc to store watermarked photos. Click the Change button to open a “Select Folder” dialog. The most important screenshot!
This dialog looks similar to the Finder app and you can browse your hard disc using it. There is a list of most used places on the left so that you can easily get to the Documents or Desktop folders. Folder contents are shown on the right. All files are shown in gray which means you cannot select them while folders will be painted in black because you should select one.
Three buttons on top of the dialog toggle files view: the dialog can show folders as icons, as a list or in columns. The last view is the default Finder app view. Here is my Documents folder shown in columns.
If you want to create a new folder for watermarked photos in the Documents folder, click the Documents item on the left side and click the New Folder button in the bottom left corner of the dialog. You will see a new dialog that asks you about new folder name. Enter a folder name and click the Create button to make a new folder on your Documents.
This will create a new folder. Click the Choose button in the bottom right corner to select it as output folder.
The dialog will close and you will see the folder name in the Output Folder field.
Now, click the Watermark Pictures button to start watermarking your photos. You will be able to find your photos using Finder when watermarking completes. They will be in the “watermarked photos” folder inside your Documents folder.