Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 action script help

Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 action script help

We have a Photo gallery where we upload 1000's of images each day and we watermark our images and these images need to have a logo fitted in right/bottom corner...

As the images are in various sizes when i use a action script with a recorded event to place the logo in each image the positions change as the images are of different size...

Can we add the image sizes and place images in different positions for different sizes?

As the logo size is fixed the logo becomes too big for some images and too small if we set a fixed position..

We tried Umark and many other tools but none do a good job

thanks
mtthompsonsAsked:
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MereteCommented:
I'd say putting a slightly transparent logo in the center would solve the problem for all the different sized images.
Here is a tutorial using a script called watermark droplets
Quote from source
Add a Copyright Watermark to a Batch of Photos
The great thing about this technique is that no matter what size or resolution your image is, the watermark we create here will show up the same proportion on all of the images you apply it to.
This describes
Using Actions to Automate Tasks in Photoshop tutorial

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Enzo BorriCommented:
I think you can solve the problem this way:
start recording
Import a very big vector logo (usually it's placed at the center of the image)
Choose to open is as pixels
>>>should be as big as the image or, in case it's a circular or square logo, it should fit the shortest side of the image.
Using "Transform" resize the logo's layer to, example, 10%
Now, in the transform control bar, click the top left corner of the 9 points to indicate the top left corner of the logo is the reference point
Again in the transform control bar choose to place the logo 5% far from the top and the left corner.
Obviously, you can choose any different position you like!

Choosing to indicate the distances and the sizes in percentage, will let you work on any image of any size and the logo will be proportionally always the same size, in this case 10%.

I'm not in front of Photoshop to be more precise but I think this will help you! :-)
Ciao and regards
Enzo
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