Watermark videos with ffmpeg
ffmpeg is a wonderful tool which can do a lot of video and audio manipulations in the command line itself.
It can do more kind of media conversions.
It supports mostly all video and audio codecs.
Here is the command to add a watermark text on a video using ffmpeg. Give the command in a single line.
ffmpeg -i /tmp/clip.mp4
-f /usr/share/fonts/corefonts/comic.ttf -x 5 -y 5
The font folder location may be different for different distros.
Mostly it is “/usr/share/fonts” only.
Choose a desired font.
Here is “ThisIsATest.com” is added as watermark in the video.
Give your desired text on the command.
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