> around. I want to put a mark on an existing picture. This is usually done
> with some kind of a mask which is applied to the picture with a bevelled
> edge so that the desired watermarking symbol appears to be embossed into (or
> out of) the picture. A little hunting reveals that there are a number of
> 'doze packages which do this but I was sure that I had read that some
> combination of pnm or Imagemagick utilities could do it. However, some
> serious RTFMing and experimentation later, I've had no joy.
There is a function in the PerlMagick package called Label() which may
be of use.
Or maybe using the Montage() function from the same module.
I haven't fiddled around with either function so I can't tell you if it
works, but it could be worth looking at.
Fintan Ryan, Software Engineer, SunConfigs
fintan.ryan at sun.comhttp://www.sun.com
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