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How can I hide a picture's watermark in Reporting Services? Can I a second image? Please, help!! Expand / Collapse
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Posted Monday, August 11, 2014 4:42 AM
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Hi,

Help, please..


I need to hide a picture's watermark in Reporting Services. How can I do that? For example, let's say I want to hide the "Microsoft's watermark" in this picture, can I use a second image? A textbox? My report can have more than 1000 records.




In SQL my pictures look like this:




Thanks in advanced
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I'm sorry, but are you serious? You want us to help you:

A) Remove the original owner's watermarks, thus hiding proper copyrighting.
B) Help you figure out how to alter multiple images in different styles with little to no standard in what to change from their binary states programmatically.

Um, no.



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I agree with Kraig.

Surely this can't be legitimate can it?




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For example, let's say I want to hide the "Microsoft's watermark" in this picture, can I use a second image?


Yes, you can use a second image: one that is officially available without a watermark.
But you'd still be responsible to either have permission to use that picture or you'll have to add the source where you've got that picture from.




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We own the copyright but is not esthetic....
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ramon.gonzalez (8/11/2014)
We own the copyright but is not esthetic....
Then shouldn't you just ask the media content owner to generate one without the watermark?


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ramon.gonzalez (8/11/2014)
We own the copyright but is not esthetic....

Something not right here, copyright owner with only water marked images! How on earth did you acquire the copyright?
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Check that out - you hit the Rare rank of UDP broadcaster.




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Thanks!!!
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Check that out - you hit the Rare rank of UDP broadcaster.


With Packets: 1,441, Acks: 4,025, looks like a congestion somewhere
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