The watermark package provides an application for wavelet-based invisible robust image watermarking.
A mark indicating the height to which water has risen, or at which it has stood; the usual limit of high or low water.
A letter, device, or the like, wrought into paper during the process of manufacture.
The impression of a design, pattern or symbol on a sheet of paper. When viewed in the light, a watermark appears in the finished sheet as either lighter or darker than the rest of the paper.
Slightly thicker part of the printmakers mold, usually in the form of a design or letter, that indicated the source of the paper. the watermark is thinner than the rest of the sheet.
A faint design made in paper during manufacture visible when held against the light to identify the maker.
A translucent mark in the paper made during its manufacture. Usually visible when holding the paper to the light.
The image impressed into the formation of paper by the dandy roll on the wet end of the paper machine; can be seen by holding the watermarked sheet up to the light. Can be either a wire mark or a shaded image.
A translucent identifying mark on a sheet of paper made during its manufacture by variations in pulp thickness. It may be a symbol (e.g., fool's cap or crown), a monogram, or company name that has been formed in wire on the papermaker's mould. Whatman paper often has the date of manufacture included in the watermark. Watermarks are usually read from the image side of the paper.
a pattern formed on paper on the "wet-end" of the paper making process - appears lighter or darker than the rest of the paper when held up to light.
A translucent design, often emblematic, in a sheet of paper indicating the papermaker.
A design impressed in paper during manufacturing.
Designs on sheets of paper created by varying paper thickness. A real watermark occurs when the dandy roll displaces (light watermark) or concentrates (shaded watermark) the pulp mass in the wire section of the paper machine. Facsimile, or impressed, watermarks are made in the paper web after it has left the wire section. Imitation watermarks are added off machine by means of a transparent varnish or embossing process.
A mark visible within the paper when held up to the light. The watermark is made by sewing into the screen of the paper mold a wire impression of the desired mark. When the pulp is placed onto the surface of the screen, these raised wires leave an impression in the pulp such that the area above the wire design is thinner and more translucent, capturing the design of the watermark in the final sheet. Study of a sheet's watermark can provide useful information about the paper's date and place of manufacture.
a pattern embedded in paper during the production process, created by an intentional thinning of the paper. Watermarked paper has been used for stamps, stamped envelopes, and postal cards. The design of the watermark on stamps generally consists of the letters USPS. Watermarks on postal stationery vary, but generally contains the letters US.
Designs impressed into paper while in course of manufacture by means of a projecting wire, on the mould. A watermark design is etched onto a special plate in positive or negative form and attached to a cylinder called a dandy roll. As the wet pulp is being formed into paper, the dandy roll displaces the fibres slightly, causing the faint watermark design to appear on the paper. Watermarks were employed as early as 1282. They served to identify the product of each paper mill and the designs chosen (many of them extremely complicated) also expressed emblematically the tenets of the manufacturers, which were handed down traditionally from father to son. It was customary, and the custom has survived until the present day, for paper mills to use similar designs in common. These standard designs were triflingly modified by each individual maker; they have in many cases been the origin of modern terminology, such as Foolscap, Pott, Post and so forth.
In papermaking, a name or design impressed on paper by the raised pattern of the dandy roll during manufacture. This mark faintly shows when the paper is held to light. to top
a mark in fine papers, imparted during manufacture, that identifies a paper. It doesn't leave an impression in the paper, instead it leaves behind a translucent mark. see also dandy roll
A symbol or trademark manufactured into the wet, raw paper pulp with a dandy roll, visible when paper is held to light - or a background text or graphic element that appears very lightly on each page, behind the primary text or graphic elements, created at around 10% - 20%. Watermarks differ from headers and footers in that they are very light and can be placed anywhere on the page.
A design, device or pattern in paper, generally visible by transmitted light, formed by the dandy roll at the wet pulp stage of manufacture, in which the pressure of the attached bits results in a thinning of the paper. The watermark may serve to identify the paper-maker, but is usually incorporated in the paper used for stamps as a security measure, to defeat the forger. With more sophisticated printing methods in recent years the use of watermarks is dying out. British stamps ceased to use them in 1967. See also Batonne.
Information hidden as "invisible noise" or "inaudible noise" in a video or audio signal.
The image that can be found on higher grade papers that appears to be transparently applied to the finish.
Watermarks are designs or patterns put into paper during its production, by making thinner or thicker the layer of pulp when it is still wet. Hence, the name. Watermarks can be used to identify a company, reinforce a brand or can be added as a security measure to avoid forgery of important documents as bank notes, passports, lottery tickets, etc. Types of watermark available are; line, shadow and two tone. Positions available are; cut to register, slit to register or random.
a watermark is a design embossed into a piece of paper during its production and used for identification of the paper and papermaker. The watermark can be seen when the paper is held up to light.
A design impressed on paper during paper manufacturing
An unobtrusive design imparted to the fibres of banknote paper at the time of the paper's manufacture. The watermark is normally visible only when held up to the light. The technique is often used as an anti-counterfeiting measure.
Watermarks are designs pressed into handmade paper by a decoratively shaped bent wire placed in the bottom of a papermold. As the paper pulp drained, the shape would be pressed into the paper along with the lines of the wire mesh. Watermarks were used to identify paper produced from various mills.
Design in the paper seen when held against the light. A manufacturer's mark, it is used to trace the origin and date of the paper.
Logo impression on a sheet of paper produced during the paper making process.
The mark that paper makers form in their papers by sewing the design into the mold before the papermaking process. The watermark can be seen when held to the light as it is more translucent than the light.
A deliberate thinning of paper during its manufacture to produce a semitranslucent pattern. Watermarks appear frequently in paper used in stamp printing or envelope manufacture. See also Batonne.
Designs formed in the paper by metal castings during manufacturing. It results in thick and thin areas which makes a slightly more translucent design in the paper. Usually the design will be the logo of the paper or paper company. Make sure to always print so you may "read" the watermark.
In the paper making process, a metal filigree symbol incorporated into the weave of the laid paper mould where the paper fibers cannot collect and coagulate. Hence, as the paper dries, the design emerges in the sheet of paper as a translucent or watery shadow image of the filigree symbol.
A semi-transparent design imprinted on paper during manufacturing that is evident when the paper is held up to light. Also a method of encoding a digital image with information to discourage unauthorized use.
a line marking the level reached by a body of water
a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacture; visible when paper is held up to the light
a band-type marking
a brand name or logo put into the paper by its manufacturer
a change in the thickness of the paper that can be seen when you hold the paper up to the light
a deliberately produced design produced by the displacement of fibres into the desired pattern
a design made by impressing a water coated metal stamp or roll onto paper during manufacturing
a design made visible in the sheet of paper because the mesh of fibers is made thinner and less opaque in the image area, allowing more light to shine through
a design or pattern that is pressed into some stamp paper during manufacturing
a faint image that is (somehow) infused into the paper itself, instead of being printed on top of it
a form, image or text that is impressed onto paper, which provides evidence of its authenticity
a logo that can be included on all the the photos displayed in PhotoPost
a mostly-transparent mark, usually the name of the group, that covers part of an image (hopefully, discreetly), making it very hard to remove and serving as a credit
a motif created in the mass of the paper as a result of controlled changes on the paper machine
a name or logo stamped on or included in the makeup of the paper
an area in a piece of paper that is thinner than the rest of the sheet
an image in the paper that is visible when held against the light
an invisible mark placed o n an image that can be detected when the image is can be detected when the image is compared with the o riginal
an invisible mark placed on an image that can be detected when the image is compared with the original
an invisible (or not-so-invisible, if you wish) imprint on the graphic image which identifies its source
a recognizable design, image or pattern in a sheet of paper
a recognizable image or pattern in paper that appears lighter or darker than surrounding paper when viewed with a light from behind the paper, due to paper density variations
a recognizable image or pattern in paper that appears lighter when viewed by transmitted light
a recognizable image or pattern in paper that appears lighterwhen viewed by transmitted light (or darker when viewed by reflected light, atop a dark background)
a secondary image which is overlaid translucently on the primary image
a security design impressed onto blank paper when it's manufactured
a semi-transparent image that overlays the image itself
a special design or pattern pressed in to the soft paper during the manufacturing process
a unique text string or graphic that is automatically added to your images to mark them as "yours" and to hamper other people from being able to "steal" your images
A distinctive design created in paper during the manufacturing process.
A design pressed into stamp paper during its manufacture.
Distinctive design created in paper fibers during paper manufacture.
An image impressed into the body of a sheet of paper during the manufacturing process.
A distinctive, yet faint image that is more easily seen by holding a piece of paper up to light.
A design in the paper identifying the maker and/or date made. Made by wire in the grid rack on which handmade paper is laid.
A translucent emblem or that becomes visible when the paper is held up to light.
Design or logo impressed into the paper during papermaking, which becomes visible when paper is held up to light.
Localized modification of the formation and opacity of a sheet of paper while it is still quite wet, so that a pattern, design, or word group can be seen in the dried sheet when held up to the light.
Logo or mark that is superimposed on an image. Disappears when you add your mailing and billing profiles on imagebanksearch.com.
Watermark Software's Windows-based application that integrates scanned paper documents with e-mail and databases.
A translucent marking made in paper while wet for purposes of identification of the paper. Pressed into paper by Dandy roll.
A subtle design embedded in the texture of the paper itself. This design, which is formed in the manufacturing process, can be seen when the paper is held to the light.
a symbol or logo seen in paper as a lighter area when held up to the light.
In papermaking, the name or design produced by the raised pattern of the dandy roll on the paper machine.
is a manufactures mark that is translucent to the eye. The watermark can be found in different ways, by viewing the item at a certain angle or with specific tools.
The slightly translucent design produced in paper during manufacture; the watermark is usually a distinctive symbol or logo, identifying the brand of paper or the manufacturer
A faint identifying design, usually in quality paper.
A design impressed in paper during manufacture.
Non-functional design impressed on paper during manufacture.
A design added to some papers during manufacture, visible against the light; any graphic converted give a low value and placed behind text which so appears as a watermark.
The pattern which is part of the paper and which is produced by the Dandy Roll. Watermarks vary widely in design.
Traditionally, a watermark is an image that is embedded into paper for security purposes (American paper money has a watermark). In digital photography, a watermark refers to information that is embedded in the image data to protect the copyrights of the image.
A design consisting of characters, letters, numbers, words, Or sometimes ( unintentionally) caused by a plate flaw, impressed into the paper during its manufacture and visible in part or whole on each stamp printed on the paper. The design can sometimes be seen by holding the stamp up to a light. The normal method for detecting watermarks is with the aid of special watermark detecting fluid and a small plastic tray.
A design of semitransparent lines visible near the middle of the inner margin when held to the light. Watermarks are useful in determining the maker of the paper and the place of manufacture.
Slightly thicker part of the paper maker's mold, usually in the form of a design or letter, that indicates the source of the paper.
A translucent logo that is embossed during the papermaking process while the paper slurry is on the dandy roll. Reference, dandy roll
A design in the paper visible by transmitted light. For handmade paper, the watermark is made with bent wires placed on the rack on which the fibers are deposited to make the paper. Designs vary from simple initials to intricate coats of arms. Watermarks are often helpful in identifying the age of the paper. See chain marks.
A translucent mark or image that is embossed during the papermaking process, or printed onto paper, which is visible when the paper is held up to the light.
Translucent mark visible when sheet of paper is held up to the light.
Faint background design sometimes found in high quality paper
A distinctive design created in paper at the time of manufacture that can be easily seen by holding the paper up to a light.
A watermark design is etched onto a special plate in positive or negative form and attached to a cylinder called a dandy roll. As the wet pulp is being formed into paper, the dandy roll either displaces (wire mark) or pools (shaded mark) the fibers slightly, causing the watermark design to appear on the paper.
A digital mark usually used to indicate that the image can only be used if licensed.
A mark in fine papers, imparted during manufacture, that identifies a paper. It doesn't leave an impression in the paper; rather it leaves behind a translucent mark, as the paper is slightly thinner in the area of the watermark. Watermarks are formed by fine wire figures placed on the papermaking screen.
A design created in the paper when manufactured, it was created in hand-made paper by wires bent into the desired maker's pattern being placed on the rack prior to the deposit of the fibres for the construction of the paper. Whilst helpful in identifying the date of paper, it must be remembered that some paper survived in publishing houses long after the date of manufacture.
a distinctive design incorporated into a paper during the manufacturing process
A small branded logo, domain, or other mark that appears in the corner of an image or video.
A deliberate design or pattern in paper made by a dandy roll as the stock passes through the wet end processes; a watermark can be seen by holding the paper up to the light.
A distinctive design incorporated into paper during manufacture which is visible when viewed under a light or a contrasting background
A still image such as a logo added to a video clip to show identity or to protect content. If a watermark created with Sorenson Video is removed from the compressed video, the video will not play.
A symbol or trademark that has been manufactured into paper and is only visible when held up to the light.
An impression incorporated in the paper making process showing the name of the paper and/or the company logo.
A paper term which referrs to a translucent logo in paper created during manufacturing by slight embossing from a dandy roll while paper is still approximately 90 percent water.
A translucent mark or image that is pressed into fine paper during the paper making process and which is visible when the paper is held up to a light.
A translucent name or design molded into the paper during the manufacturing process, usually in the border area; more visible when held up to a light.
Design impressed into a paper web during manufacture by the dandy roll.
A design that is subtly impressed on a sheet of paper by raising the pattern of the dandy roll during papermaking.
a design, pattern, or symbol impressed in paper while it is being formed on the wet end of the paper machine, usually from a wire design attached to a dandy roll. When the paper is held up to light, the watermark appears as either a lighter or darker area than the rest of the paper.
Design applied to the surface of the paper mould which causes less pulp to be distributed in that area and results in the transfer of the design to the finished sheet.
The translucent design or name easily visible when a sheet is held to the light. A design is sewn onto the papermaking screen with raised wire. When the sheet is formed, the pulp settles in a thinner layer over the wire design.
1) A design, pattern or mark on paper, usually produced by a raised area on which the paper is made. Watermarks on handmade papers are made by very low relief molds or designs of fine wire set on the screen on which the moist pulp collects.
A distinguishing mark on legal tender or other bank document that is visible when held in certain light that makes that document harder to counterfeit.
A translucent and distinctive design created during the papermaking process
Traditionally a mark or ornament executed in brass wire on a mold which contains the paper pulp, creating a relief design marking the sheet with a visible, transparent imprint.
A mark put on a photo to identify its owner and make it difficult to reproduce. Used to help protect copyright of images.
A watermark is a normally invisible pressure mark in expensive paper which can be seen only when the paper is held up to the light. Some computer files have digital watermarks embedded in them as a pattern of bits which appear to be part of the file and are not noticeable to the user. These patterns can be used to detect unauthorized copies. 'Watermark' images may also be embedded into web pages.