FFMPEG Watermarks

Hi folks.

Just wondering if anybody knows how to get ffmpeg to install a watermark. The -vhook options are currently messed up, and I desperately need to get watermarks on my videos, without implementing them into the player instead.

Love to hear your input.


i think watermark is used in

Minh's picture

i think watermark is used in older ffmpeg, i used Avisynth to do that.
not sure they got Avisynth for Linux or not, i'm a windower

watermarks suck! just don't

Anonymous's picture

watermarks suck! just don't do it please

hi, i need put watermark in

Anonymous's picture

hi, i need put watermark in video

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