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   Last updated: November 24, 2011








Windows software MarQ




MarQ is a simple Windows application that you can use to watermark images with text.  All you have to do is open a file, select font, text size, opacity, text color and the image to work on from the drop-down menu.  Then click on the Set button to open Canvas to view the picture.  You can pan and manually position watermark text on Canvas.  Finally, choose Export to save a final watermarked picture.



Terms of use:


MarQ is currently available as a freeware title.  'Freeware' doesn't mean you own any part of this application.  It only means that you are allowed to use it after accepting terms of use.  There is no gurantee that it will function as it's supposed to.  We certainly have the right to not release MarQ as a freeware title.  And we have the right to repackage it with new features and release it as a commercial product at any time with or without a prior notice.  And if you know you are going to call us a thief after changing the release format, please don't use it in the first place.


  • Do not distribute or redistribute it.
  • Do not open a support ticket for it at MacHouse Support.



Trial version:


A demo/trial version is available.


  • Click on the button to download a beta/demo/trial version of MarQ for Windows 7.  Mac video tutorials



System requirements:


  • Windows 7 64-bit or Windows 7 32-bit (untested)
  • .NET Framework 4 Client (Click here for more information on .NET Framework 4.)




Purchasing MarQ license:



It is not currently for sale.





Version History:


1.0.1b to 1.0.2b (November 23, 2011)

  1. Preferences: When the user closes the Preferences window, the application will automatically read changes, which will be instantly reflected.
  2. Setup installer's build architecture was incorrectly set as x86 (32-bit) for Windows 7.  It shouldn't have causes a major problem though it's possible that the application showed wrong shortcut key like Ctrl + Ctrl + X as opposed to Ctrl + X.


1.0.0b to 1.0.1b (November 17, 2011)

  1. The user can no longer maximize the window.
  2. The tab order was not correctly set on the main application window.


MarQ is a product of MacHouse.