This document describes how to add a watermark to your webcast. A watermark is a logo graphic you define and remains persistently displayed on the video throughout
the webcast. In this example, the watermark, or logo, is displayed in the upper, right-hand corner of the video.
This guide is intended for those who want to enhance the webcast by creating a persistent brand that the audience will see throughout the webcast. Watermarks are ideal for teams, leagues, companies, or other entities wanting to communicate brand recognition during webcasts.
The only things you need to webcast with a watermark are:
The watermark image must be in PNG format. Most graphics programs including Microsoft Paint, installed by default on Windows PCs, and Preview for the Mac, allow you to save an image in PNG format.
The image must be at most 80 pixels high and 80 pixles wide. If you want some areas of the watermark image to be transparent, create those pixels in the magenta color: Red (255), Green (0), Blue (255) . Event-Cast will allow the video to show through those pixels, creating a transparency for your watermark.
In order to use the watermark during the webcast, the image need to be transferred to the Camera Roll on the iPhone or iPad that will perform the webcast. One of the easiest ways to transfer the image is to email it to the iOS device. In the email app on the iOS device, tap the graphic that you emailed to yourself and select "Save to Camera Roll."
Another method you can use to transfer the watermark to your iOS device is Text Messaging. You can send yourself a text message and attach the image to the message. When you receive the text message, tap the graphic attachment and choose "Save to Camera Roll."
When you are ready to webcast the event, in the Event-Cast App camera screen, tap the Settings button and the settings menu will appear. Tap the Watermark Graphics menu item to fine tune the settings:
Event-Cast is compatible with: