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To protect yourself when sending work to a client that hasn't been paid for we will often put a watermark on the video to keep the client from making a copy, and then refusing payment. If you embed the watermark into the video with Final Cut Pro, you will have to reexport the video without the watermark.


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WIth DVD Studio Pro you can create a subtitle that is always on screen. Technically it is still a subtitle, but for the purpose of creating a watermark it works perfectly. After creating your subtitle / watermark, you go to the inspector and click the Force Display box. This will cause the subtitle / watermark to stay on screen regardless of the viewers subtitle settings. When it is time to burn an watermarked DVD you simply delete the subtitle and burn the DVD.

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