In Photoshop is there a way to add logo and a strip watermark automatically?

In Photoshop is there a way to add logo and a strip watermark automatically?
Also after adding all images as layers how can we save all layers as separate files of images
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
>>how can we save all layers as separate files
File->Scripts->Export Layers to Files
Save Layers
LE: this says they made a script that saves files faster than the Adobe script. So if you have files with hundreds of layers, maybe give it a try:

>>add logo and a strip watermark automatically
Create an action.


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David BruggeCommented:
You can do this with an Action of Droplet depending on your workflow.

To create an action, you simply open the Action pallet and create a new action.

Then you go through the steps of placing your logo and watermark. Then stop the recording.

Then, every time you want to place your logo and watermark just press the action. You can even assign a hot key to the action so that you only need to press that key(s) and the action launches.

You can create a Photoshop Droplet which is a tiny standalone program that sets on your desktop or wherever you want to put it.  In the Droplet, you tell it to run the Action that you just created. You then drag your files on top of the droplet and the action runs on each of the files and closes them again.

You can also use the Batch Command to act similar to the Droplet. You create a script that says to open all of the files in a folder, and run the action.

Here is a refresher on recording an action:

However, considering the time involved, it may be easier to use Dan's suggestion.
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