What does this mean??? {{Watermarked or Pixelated Photos or Videos}}

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  1. Dday50627 profile image76
    Dday50627posted 7 years ago

    What does this mean???  {{Watermarked or Pixelated Photos or Videos}}

    what does this mean, please??? I thought it referred to my picture but when I removed the picture, it still would not publish again. Any help would be much aprreciated.

  2. heavenbound5511 profile image73
    heavenbound5511posted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/5066264_f260.jpg

    Pictures that have certain company markings or symbols or even numbers down the side or the bottom of the picture are watermarked/copyrighted-only identified with &from one particular company. The picture above has an example of watermarking but people use different symbols/markings also.

    Pixelated photos are blurry, they have less pixels/that are bigger like the squared pixel look.Therefore less definition and clarity.If you use the wrong size picture it will be blurry if blown up, save the picture in the right size or just get a better quality picture if that doesn't work.Even if your personal/original pictures are blurry they might not except them.

  3. Financial Help profile image61
    Financial Helpposted 7 years ago

    A watermarked photo or video is a photo or video that is protected by a watermark (faded image). A pixelated photo or video is one that has been stretched to where you can see little boxes or Pixels!

  4. samister profile image58
    samisterposted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/5081932_f260.jpg

    Watermark is a sign of the company or community. like when you search any image on internet and you can see website name on that image means that image is watermarked. It is a copyright of that website or company. In this image you can see the name of the website written (damonledet.com) this is a watermarked image. There is a sign of website on this pic. This sign is known as watermark.

  5. daskittlez69 profile image73
    daskittlez69posted 7 years ago

    If you have a picture with a watermark it would have a word or a log on it.  For example I have a website http://sportingparlay.com If I posted a picture and I had my watermark turned on then it would say Sportingparlay somewhere in the picture, usually towards the middle or at the bottom.

 
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