The ApplyWatermark command embeds invisible watermarks in complex Rhino models.
The ApplyWatermark command prompts for a watermark pass phrase, and uses the watermark pass phrase to create a watermark. Rhino does not save watermark pass phrases, and there is no way to recover lost or forgotten watermark pass phrases. Treat watermark pass phrases the same way you treat important and secure passwords.
How can you use watermarking to your advantage? If you are sharing a valuable model with an outside entity, watermark every object in the model before you share it. If you later find a part of your model someplace it should not be, load it into Rhino and see if it has your watermark. If so, then you can start asking questions.
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|1.||Enter a pass phrase.|
|2.||Make a record of this number outside the Rhino model.|
|3.||Select curves, surfaces, and polysurfaces to mark.|
Note: Rhino can apply a watermark to very complex curves, surfaces, and polysurfaces. Simple geometric objects like lines, planes, and cylinders cannot accept a watermark.
Applies the same watermark previously used in the same Rhino session. For security reasons, Rhino does not display the previously used pass phrase. When you end a Rhino session, all information needed to use the watermark is destroyed.
The FindWatermark command searches a model for specified watermarks.
The command prompts for a watermark pass phrase and finds all of the objects in the model that have a watermark created from that pass phrase.
Enter a watermark pass phrase.
Uses the same watermark previously used in the same Rhino session. For security reasons, Rhino does not display the previously used pass phrase. When you end a Rhino session, all information needed to use the watermark is destroyed.
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