Another great feature of Mux is the ability to add watermarks to your videos. Watermarking is permanent and once a video has been encoded with a watermark it can’t be changed or removed.
Turning this on will enable watermarking for videos.
The image to use for watermarking. You can use any image type here, including PNG with transparency.
The width of the watermark if applied to a 1920 x 1080 video. This value is then scaled up or down depending on the size of the video it’s being applied to. For example, if you specify a 256 pixel width, on a 1920 x 1080 video it will be 256 pixels wide, on a 1280 x 720 video the width would be 170 pixels, on a 640 x 360 video the width would be 85 pixels and so on.
Vertical / Horizontal Align
How the watermark is aligned in the video frame.
Vertical / Horizontal Margin
The number of pixels from the edge of the frame to position the video. This value is only used when the alignment is not middle/center. Like the Watermark Width, this value is if applied to a 1920 x 1080 video and scaled up/down accordingly on different sized videos.
The opacity of the watermark.