1 Open the image that you want to watermark. You can embed only one watermark per image. The Embed Watermark filter won't work on an image that has been previously marked.
If you're working with a layered image, you should flatten the image before marking it; otherwise, the watermark will affect the active layer only.
Note: You can add a watermark to an indexed-color image by first converting the image to RGB mode, embedding the watermark, and then converting the image back to indexed-color mode. However, the results may be inconsistent. To make sure that the watermark was embedded, run the Read Watermark filter.
2 Choose Filter > Digimarc > Embed Watermark.
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