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Protecting Ipix in Quicktime


I'm looking for a way to protect my ipix images (360

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Sorry, but if they can be viewed...

Even a screen capture works. Today people just watermark the images if they intend to sell them. That is, splash it with a big "by Faith!" across the image.

The answer is no.


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Thanks so much Bob

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