Watermark in Camtasia for Mac 3

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Other than creating an image and placing it over the entire timeline, positioning and playing with properties (i.e. doing it manually), is there an easier way to add a watermark to a video on the Mac 3 version of Camtasia.  Same question for Windows 9 although without having to create a custom production ... I'm posting to the Screencast platform.  TIA, Paul
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kayakman, Champion

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in the Windows version, and when using the "share to screencast.com" function, the only way to add a watermark is to add an image of your watermark, set its properties, and span it across the entire project

I keep my set-up watermark in Library to make this a slam-dunk

don't use the Mac version, so can't help there
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I have a complex watermark that does an animation at the start and end of the video. Camtasia for Mac doesn't have a library. I just copy all the watermark tracks from my last project to a new project when it is complete, then adjust the end point & end animation. Works great. When you paste the watermark tracks, any included assets like logos are also copied into your bin. 
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No I'm afraid we don't have a separate watermark property; you described the only way to accomplish this for now.