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KineMaster offers the possibility to trim and split videos, rotate them and stitch them together with numerous transitions – even plain ones. There are various effects for the opening and closing credits, filters for the video clips, and sliders to adjust the brightness, contrast, and saturation of the moving material. The video editor also allows playing videos faster or slower. Users can add up to three additional audio tracks and the original audio track and trim and adjust each volume. It is even possible to play individual sections of an audio track louder or softer. For dubbing a clip, the video tool also offers a recording option. On the other hand, the audio track of a clip can also be extracted.
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- KineMaster App
- KineMaster App Download
- KineMaster Features
- KineMaster Guide
- How to add videos and images with KineMasters
- How to edit videos with KineMaster pro video editor?
- How to add a sectional Image with KineMaster pro App
- How to add a superimposed Text with KM premiere pro?
- How to add Credits with KineMaster ios?
- How to trim videos with KineMaster x Pro?
- How to make transitions with KineMaster
- How to add Sound with KineMaster
- How to Export Data from KineMaster
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Create incredible videos on your smartphone, tablet, or Chromebook! KineMaster is a video editor that is easy to use with extensive tools and features. KineMaster and all editing tools are free, but there’s, even more to unlock with KineMaster Premium. Edit and share all your videos with KineMaster!
Kinemaster App was developed and published by KineMaster Corporation for iOS and Android in 2017.
KineMaster free download
The KineMaster app is free to use. However, exported videos are watermarked in the free version. This is sufficient for trying out the Android app, but those who want to upload the videos to YouTube & Co. will probably have to resort to the paid version. Unfortunately, the app is not precisely cheap because instead of a fixed price, the developer has opted for a subscription model. The regular price for one month is 3.56 Euros. The first two weeks are free. After that, Trail automatically converts to a paid subscription. A license can be purchased via the app settings under “About KineMaster”. The subscription can then be canceled via the Google Play Store app.
What is KineMaster used for?
- Combine multiple layers of video, images, stickers, special effects, text, and handwritten text
- Color adjustment tools to correct and enhance videos and images
- Share your videos on YouTube, Facebook feeds and stories, Instagram feeds and stories, and more!
- Reverse videos for a unique look
- Exposure settings for stunningly beautiful effects
- Add voiceover recordings, background music, voice wasters, and sound effects
- Editing tools to trim, join and crop your video
- Asset store provides you with music, clip graphics, fonts, stickers, transitions, and more to enhance your video, updated weekly
- Speed control for time-lapse and slow-motion effects
- EQ presets, ducking, and volume envelope for comprehensive audio
- Keyframe tool to add motion to layers
- Support for multiple image formats
- Export 4K 2160p videos at 30FPS
- Use different color filters to make your video stand out
- Share your videos to YouTube, Facebook, Dropbox, and more
- Many more features, options, and settings
How to use KineMaster?
Adding videos and images in KineMaster
Once the KineMaster video app has been installed and started, smartphone users can add the desired clips or photos to the new project via the plus symbol in the upper right corner. Either use the wizard or go directly to the editing interface. KineMaster supports the video formats MP4 (H.264 Baseline / Main / High Profile + AAC LC), 3GP (H.264 Baseline / Main / High Profile + AAC LC) and MOV (H.264 + AAC LC). JPG and PNG image formats are supported.
After selecting the video files, those who have used the wizard can directly enter the opening and closing credits and then select the desired theme such as “Christmas”, “Birthday”, “Photo album” or “Comic”, which bring theme-specific effects, transitions & Co. There are a total of 42 themes to choose from. However, the offer could be a bit larger for the price. However, we always used the standard theme anyway.
Editing videos on the smartphone in KineMaster
The next step takes you to the editing interface. In the upper left half of the screen, KineMaster displays a preview of the edited video, with buttons for adding additional video clips or audio files to the right. Also, users can use the circular control to capture a video, photo, or sound and add it to the project – or change the previously set theme.
The timeline or search bar is located at the bottom of the screen. With a swipe of the finger, you can fast-forward to the right place at the millisecond, for example, to cut the video. Another practical feature would be to jump to the end of the video or fast-forward a bit. That would save some finger swipes for longer clips.
A tap on the video in the timeline opens the toolbar with tools for editing the video. Via the camera icon on the far left, smartphone owners can rotate a video in its orientation. The speaker can be used to control the volume of the clip.
Add a sectional image in KineMaster
- To add markers, tap Layer – Media in the selection wheel on the window’s right side.
- Tap the clip you want to add as a marker. The clip is inserted below the main Timeline.
- Then drag the clip so that it fills the screen.
- Tap the checkmark. Then adjust the length of the clip using the yellow handles.
- If you want to change the cut image volume, tap the clip, then tap the speaker icon and adjust the volume with the slider. Then tap on the checkmark again.
Add a superimposed text in KineMaster
- Tap Layer and select the text icon.
- Enter a text, for example, the name.
- After tapping Ok, the text is inserted and can be moved and scaled.
- Besides, you can set parameters such as font or color.
- To specify how long the superimposed text is displayed, tap it and then drag the yellow border. Then tap the checkmark again.
Pre- and post-credits in KineMaster
Clicking on “fx-ABC” brings the effects for the opening and closing credits onto the screen. You can choose from various layouts such as Handwriting, Elegant, Modern, Subtitle, Centering, News Sheet, or Acknowledgement.
For example, KineMaster also brings two-color titles and, depending on the choice of layout, options for aligning the text. The app also offers to specify the font and the color of the opening or closing credits. Once the selection has been made, it is possible to determine where the opening and closing credits should begin and end.
Trimming videos in KineMaster
To trim a video clip, tap the search bar and then tap the scissors icon. Here you have the options “Trim to the left on the search bar”, “Trim to the right on the search bar” and “Split at the search bar to choose from”. The first option trims the part to the left of the selected frame, and the second trim the area to the right of it. To split a video into two parts – to cut out a part – the third option is suitable.
Transitions in KineMaster
To join two individual clips with a transition, tap the + symbol between the two videos in the timeline. KineMaster has various 3D transitions, picture-in-picture transitions, or funny transitions with hearts or stars in its program. For more serious videos, there are also classic, or presentation transitions like “color fade out”, “zoom-out,” or “reveal,” and “glide”. A small demo window always shows how the transition looks. There are 34 transitions in total. KineMaster offers, after selecting a transition effect, the possibility to adjust the time how long the image change should take. Depending on the transition, times between 0.5 and 8 seconds can be set.
Adding soundtracks/background music in KineMaster
If you want to add a new soundtrack to your video clip, tap the note icon on the right side of the round control or record sound directly using the button opposite. KineMaster supports MP3, M4A, and AAC files, which can be selected via an integrated browser. Up to three additional audio tracks are allowed.
With a long tap, users can move a sound file or delete it again. As with videos, a click opens the toolbar. With KineMaster, smartphone owners can trim or split an added sound file and adjust its volume. Besides, the volume can be partially turned up or down for desired areas. The original soundtrack can only be altered in volume.
KineMaster offers a separate function for background music. By clicking on the original soundtrack, it is possible to select a piece of music that does not occupy any of the three other possible soundtracks. The background music volume can be controlled by tapping the video timeline and then the speaker icon.
Export Data in KineMaster
Once the video is finished, the back button takes you back to the main menu. From there, the video can be exported. After clicking on the icon in the lower-left corner, there are three export options to choose from: low quality (640 by 360), HD (1,280 by 720), and full HD (1,920 by 1,080). A tap of the finger starts the process. The output format is MP4. A 12-minute, 36-second clip is just under 580 MB in HD quality.
Smartphone owners can then upload the finished MP4 files directly to Facebook, YouTube, Google Drive, and Dropbox, or share them via the other usual options.