How To Edit your Videos using KineMaster Video Editor 2019

How To Edit your Videos using KineMaster Video Editor 2019

Here is a guide to help you edit your videos using KineMaster Pro Video Editor on your smartphone. You can use any smartphone regardless of OS, since KineMaster is available for both Android and iOS operating system.

Table of Contents
  1. How to edit videos in KineMaster?
  2. Source (s) and
  3. Final Words
  4. Related Articles

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How to edit videos in KineMaster?

In order to edit videos in KineMaster Pro Video Editor, do follow the instructions provided below.

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You will need few clips of yours in order to edit videos in KineMaster Pro Video Editor. It's true that you can use images as a clip but trust me. The real experience of video editing can be found only through video clips only. Don't worry if you don't have any videos of your own at the moment. Below are two easy ways you can own or create a clip.

Option A : Your own Camera

You can use your own camera to film a short clip maybe of your friends or your pet. Any video clip would just work fine.

Option B : Pexels Video

Pexels was previously only a high quality image site. But now it also provides high quality videos as well. It's free to download and you can download it at full HD resolution.

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Step 2 : Add Transition to your clips.

Transitions are the gateway of two clips interacting together. It's just an added style of moving towards another clip. You can choose between different variations such as 3D, Slide, Presentation etc. While you work with 2 or more clips at the same time. You'll notice a white square button in between. That's the transition button. Just tap on the transition button and select any transition of your choice. One good thing about KineMaster is that it gives you live preview of transitions with your clips. Once you've added the transition, the transition button then turns into a star! (or according to your transition) Confirming that your transition has been added.

Step 3 : Add Texts to your clips.

Texts are almost always used in videos no matter what the video is. You can narrate the story, highlight key peoples related to the video, display the title of video and etc. Adding texts in your videos is as easy as writing on a paper. Of course you don't have to write but type. You can choose between various numbers of already available designs of Font. The bad about the free fonts are that they're pretty basic. Hence you'll have to switch to premium Fonts in order to get some really impressive designs. Nevertheless. For most people, even the free fonts are quite sufficient.

Step 4 : Add some Music to your clips.

How about some rocking music? We'll. You can also add music to your videos in KineMaster. You can add any music you want. And you can also adjust the timing as well as the compression of the left and right speakers. You can also change the audio tune to Deep, Chipmunk, Robot etc. Basically you can adjust your audio as you would with a clip. One last highlight of the music tool is that you could adjust the volume of the audio according to your needs. You can increase and decrease the volume many times in a given clip. You can create few basic studio like effects with KineMaster. One more thing. You can also add multiple music as well.

Step 5 : Add some final touches!

Okay so we're now at the end of our edit. But nonetheless, if you're feeling you've not done enough. You can still make more adjustments to your clips such as add Effects, Overlay, or get even more creative by working with Chroma Key. You could open a whole new path of editing. If you're interested in Chroma Key or more commonly known as a Green Screen. I have a dedicated tutorial to help you with Chroma Key.

Step 6 : Export your videos.

After all that hard work. It's now time for us to export our videos so that we can view it our gallery as well as share it with our friends. In that case. We must first export our videos in (.mp4) format. In order to do that. Tap on the share button and in this time. Things could get a little messy since you'll have to make few adjustments before export. And that's why I also have a dedicated tutorial to teach you how you could Export video through KineMaster.

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