PDF Watermark Remover

PDF Watermark Remover

It's a quick and easy way to remove watermarks from PDF files
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Protecting the rights over the content of PDF documents by watermarking these files is a measure taken frequently but tools that let you remove these watermarks are scarce to find. PDF Watermark Remover is one of these rare tools.

PDF Watermark Remover is a small and simple tool that lets you remove the embedded images from PDF files. Therefore, it’s not suitable only for removing watermarks as it can also be used to remove logos, stamps, signatures and other embedded pictures. It also comes with powerful batch processing capabilities, being able to remove the watermarks from every page on multiple PDF files at once.

I personally also like the simplicity of this application. Its interface is neat and intuitive. There are just two main steps to follow: select a sample page from where the images will be listed, letting you select the ones that you want to remove, and then add one or multiple PDFs from which you want to remove those images.

I recommend this tool to anyone in need of removing watermarks and other images from PDF documents, as it really gets the job done. It might have been a little less pricey though.

Rory Shaffer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Batch processing capabilities.

Cons

  • The interface cannot be resized.
  • It comes with no configuration options.
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