allows to put watermarks onto the fragment of a produced movie instead
of a whole movie.
When a dynamic effect is added, a timeline
(the fragment of a produced movie during which the dynamic effect will
be applied to the watermark) is being automatically assigned to it. At
that the start point of the timeline is being set to the currently displayed
frame and the end point is being assigned a value equal to the start point
plus 10 seconds.
To edit the dynamic effect's timeline, go to
the Watermark tab in the preview area of the main program window (or make
sure that you are already there). Select the watermark and click the coloredstripe (not blue) in the Watermark
The colored stripe represents a timeline assigned
to the dynamic effect. The following editable properties of the effect's
timeline are available in the "Properties" window:
Point - the start point of the timeline (in hh:mm:ss.ms format,
where hh - hours, mm - minutes, ss - seconds, ms - milliseconds).
to End - if enabled, the start point will be calculated relative
to the end point.
Point - the end point of the timeline (in hh:mm:ss.ms format).
to Start - if enabled, the end point will be calculated relative
to the start point.
of File - if enabled, the end point of the timeline will concur
with the end of file.
Relative to EOF - if enabled, the end point will be calculated
relative to the end of file.
Besides, you can edit the effect's timeline
by clicking and dragging the colored stripe or its edges along the timeline
ruler. If the scale of the ruler does not allow you to select the required
position precisely enough, you can zoom the ruler in using the ruler magnifier
(located directly over the ruler).