Version 34 Adds Support for 64-bit Windows

Version 34 Adds Support for 64-bit Windows

I’m pleased to announce first 64-bit version of Visual Watermark for Windows. 32-bit programs on Windows can allocate just about 1.3Gb of memory. By going to 64-bit architecure we removed this limitation. Visual Watermark can as much memory as available in your computer. This means you can watermark bigger images faster: we will load them all into memory and will do more jobs in parallel.

Version 34 Adds Support for 64-bit Windows

Faster watermarking with Visual Watermark 4.30

It’s time for the first release after summer holidays. We revised our processing engine by optimizing operation flow, memory utilization and algorithms that we use. What we got is 2-3 times faster performance of Plus and Premium editions. If you have Basic edition, you will get a performance boost too but a smaller one. In our test with twenty four 36Mpix images taken with Nikon D800, Visual Watermark 4.30 Basic watermarked photos 13% faster than older version 4.27. Plus edition was about twice faster than older version.

Watermarking property images - new in Visual Watermark 4.21

Say, you’re a realtor and just starting to watermark your images. There is a big chance, you have hundreds of properties that have individual folders with numerous photos that you want to watermark. Watermarking each folder individually is obviously going to be time consuming, therefore we added a new feature to keep each folder separate.

Sending Us a Console Log

If you are having problems with Visual Watermark for Mac – we may ask you to send us a “Console Log” so that we can see what the problem is. Here are the steps for doing that if you are using a Mac.

Mac – Beta is Here!

I’m sorry for not writing for so long, but we wanted to release ASAP and had no time for the newsletter. But… We’re ready to show you the first version of the program!

First Mac Screenshot

I’m very proud to show you the very first screenshot of Visual Watermark working on my Mac. It’s just a baby, not a real program, but it already runs and shows selected pictures. Here is it (click to enlarge):