sign image java

Images and other document formats are frequently used in everyday business. Many images are therefore signed in order to avoid copyright infringement or to exhibit the ownership of work. For such requirements, you can use Aspose.PSD for Java API to manipulate images or graphic contents. This article explains how to add a signature to an image programmatically in Java.

Digitally Signing the Images – Java API Installation

You can quickly configure Aspose.PSD for Java API by downloading the latest available version of its JAR file from the Downloads section, or installing it from Aspose Repository using the following configurations in the pom.xml file of your project:


    <name>Aspose Java API</name>



Add Signature to an Image Programmatically in Java

The input image can be a contract or an agreement between two or more parties. Such an image can be signed digitally for the efficient processing of documents. Subsequently, you need to follow the steps below for signing an image in Java:

  • Firstly, create an instance of the Image class to load the primary PSD file.
  • Similarly load the secondary PSD image.
  • Mention the position coordinates to set the signature image.
  • Finally, call the Save method to write the output signed image.

The code snippet below demonstrates how to sign an image in Java:

Explore API Features

Feel free to check out the documentation section. It covers how to work with the PSD files in your Java-based applications.

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In this article, you have learned how easily you can sign an image using Java. You can scale or modify this process as per the scope of your project. Moreover, you can discuss any of your concerns by creating a topic at the forum.

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