Kinemaster Mod Apk Download

Kinemaster Mod Apk Download

Kinemaster Mod Apk Download

Kinemaster Mod Apk-Kinemaster app is an android video editing application. Kinemaster is one of the good applications of other application competition. You can edit in kinemaster all things. You find all things of Adobe premium pro. 

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Kinemaster Mod Apk-Kinemaster is one of the best video editing apps.on Android, iPhone, or iPad right now. It packs in a ton of professional-level functionality, so it can get a little overwhelming for new users, but don't worry because in this video we're gonna take you through a complete edit, step-by-step so that you know exactly how to use it.what's your biggest tip for new users using Kinemaster.It can be from this video, or it can be something else that you've picked up from playing around yourself. And just a heads-up as we get into it, we're not covering off on every feature in here, I'm just gonna show you the key stuff that you need to know to get the most out of the app and to get started getting great results as fast as possible. A big part of that is the process, no matter what editing software you are using. So to help with this I'm gonna take you through herewith minimal wasted time and rework.so here we are in Kinemaster, this is what you see when you first open up the app. Now before we jump into creating our editing project it's a good idea to get your app set up. So go to the settings button down in the bottom left-hand corner. And in here you can manage things like your account settings, you've got your editing settings as well so the default settings for the majority of your projects like the photo duration, layer duration, you've also got your default settings for photo cropping. Now, this is one that I would actually recommend you change and this is a question we get asked a lot when people import their photos it applies this "Ken Burns" effect, or this slow pan or some motion across it. If you don't want that and you just want to bring your photos in, then change this bottom setting hereto either "fill screen" or to "fit in screen".So I'm gonna leave it on "fit in screen".You've also got audio recording settings and also there are some sorting settings on how your projects are sorted or listed when you've got a heap of them on the go. But it's a good thing to note back up hereunder information, under about my account, this is one place where you can purchase a subscription to Kinemaster. Or, if you've already got purchase and you've just installed the app, this is where you'll restore that purchase on your device. So by having a subscription, this is where you can remove all of the watermarks. You can access the premium assets; things like stock footage, title templates, and other effects. And also some other advanced features. But for this walkthrough we're not gonna show you with a subscription, this is the free version. So we'll back out of this now.So once you've got those settings sorted, the first step is to create your project.So we'll hit the big button in the middle there. It's gonna ask you what type of video do you want to create; a 16:9 a widescreen, a 9:16 which is a portrait, or a 1:1 like a square video. One thing to note here is that once you pick this and you start editing, that you can't come back and swap later. You'll have to start a new project for a new aspect ratio or new size at a later date, currently, there's no way to switch between them once you've started editing. So for this tutorial I'm gonna take you through with a 16:9 or widescreen video. So this is the Kinemasterediting interface. The circle in the top right-hand corner is where we can import all of our media or assets, our audio, record voice-over, add additional video layers and bring other things into our timeline. And also, hitting that red button in the middle, that'll open up the camera so that we actually take photos and record videos directly in the app. You can see my awesome, messy, cable set-up behind where I'm recording here.

Kinemaster Mod Apk Download

There's also a little icon up there to access the marketplace or the asset store.And this is where you can purchase things like effects, overlays, transitions, music, and additional fonts.Back out of this now.The big section down in the bottom is your timeline, this is your editing workspace area.This is where the editing is gonna happen.Down the left-hand side, you've got a few icons there.The first one is the back button, you've got undo, you've got redo, help, settings.You've got a button there to expand out your video layers.So if you've got a heap of video layers or a complicated timeline here and you want to fill the screen with that or make that bigger, that what that button does.And the last button down the bottom left will let you jump between the start of your video and the end of your video.And the big black box at the top of the screen there is your playback monitor or the window that's gonna playback your video while you're editing it.Now if you do have the free version of the app you'll see that little trash can icon up there if you press on that'll let you again sign up so that you can remove that watermark.Alright, so we're gonna jump straight in, import some footage and take you through the process for editing in Kinemaster.So we'll tap on media up the top-right here, go through and find your-video files that you want to drop in.Once you tap on them they appear down on your timeline.So go through and add all your primary clips, the actual core content that you want to edit down in your videos, add those to your timeline now.When you're done, hit the tick in the top right-hand corner to go back to the editing mode.So we got our clip down on the timeline.If we just tap and swipe left and right then we can move around our footage here.We can pinch to zoom, to zoom in and out on that footage.And, if you've got multiple clips in your timeline, you can just tap and hold on them and you can pick them up and move them around to swap their order or just to change their positioning in your overall story.Now, usually, when you' reediting down videos, I would always recommend that you save all of your color effects and color grading until the end, but in Kinemaster I'd actually suggest that you do all of your color gradings or getting the colors close to where you want them, upfront.And the reasoning for that is currently the way the app works is that there's no way to copy and paste your color effects or your color grades or your settings across to multiple clips.So it's much easier to make all of your color adjustments to one big clip here or a couple of big clips in your timeline instead of potentially heaps or hundreds of them in your timeline once you've finished editing.So to do that, tap on your clip and you get a whole extra set of options that open up here in the top right-hand corner.Now when it comes to color grading, you really got two main areas.You can apply a color filter, and this is essentially like an Instagram filter, a pre-set that you can apply to your clip.So I'll show you that and if we tap on color filter there, under basic color effects, we've got a heap of little pre-sets in here.Now while there's a lot in here, I don't personally think any of them are anything really awesome.If it matches the type of video you're creating then, by all means, use them, but in most cases, you'll probably want to select "none" for color filter and go back out and make your adjustments just using the color adjustment down in the bottom here.We tap on that and here you've got control over the brightness, the contrast, and the saturation.So we might up the contrast, up the brightness a little bit, brighten it back up, and maybe add a little bit of saturation in here as well to bring those colors out.So you can see we're not making massive adjustments here, we're just tweaking this slightly to make it look a little bit better.So once you're done with that just hit the tick in the top right-hand corner to go back to editing.And again that's normally something that's done last, but to save making those same adjustments on every clip we'll do it here in this process for Kinemaster.Alright, so the next step then is to start cutting down your footage.So select the first clip in your timeline and you'll see you get a yellow box around the outside.Now on either side, the left and right side of that box, you can see that you've got a wider section of yellow; those are called "handles".So if we grab on that left one, tap and hold and drag to the right, we are changing the start position or where this clip is gonna start.Now this is just sample footage so it's gonna be in the middle of a sentence somewhere in this case, but you would make this where you want this clip to start.To lock that in you just let go and the clip now starts at that point.And likewise, at the end of our clip, we'll scrub across here until we find where we want our clip to end after I say "I'll see you soon", somewhere about there.Now we can either grab that handle again and close up that gap to that point and have our video finish there, or, there is another way we can do it.With editing there's always multiple ways you can do things.With the clip selected we can to come up the top hereto "trim/split" and there you've got some basic tools in here but you've also got some pretty advanced ones.Most editing software will just have the option here for "split at play head", so you could split the clip at that point and delete that extra clip.See how we've got two clips in the timeline; we can select the second one, press "delete", the trash can over to the left, and that's gone. I'll undo that now, and undo that cut, select our clip, come back up here...Or we've also got these two more advanced options, which, again are only found in really advanced video editing software.Which is trim to the left of play head and trim to the right of play head.Now, these will let you cut down a huge amount of footage really, really fast because it essentially does what you just saw; splits the clip, selects it, deletes it, and closes up that gap all with one button press.So in this case, if we want to remove that end of the clip, then we just choose "trim to right of played".And it's done exactly that, it's removed that last part based on where our played is; so based on where that orange line is.So I think that's an awesome feature to have in here and really, really powerful.So I've trimmed the start off, we've trimmed the end off.Now if there's any mistakes or anything that we want to cut out from the middle, again find where those are.We can then split at the play head and we can either make adjustments, dragging those handles across.Might split another one here and move another chunk here.Add another cut.We could tap on that clip in the middle there, press delete, and that's gone.So, there are a few different ways to do it.The idea here is to go through and remove everything that you definitely don't want in your edit at this point.We don't need to fine-tune everything yet, it's all about removing everything that you definitely don't want in your finished video.And if you need to you can, as I've said, move the clips around; tap on them, hold and reposition them to help build out that story.Now if you want to add in any B-roll footage, then you come over here to the "layers" button and here we can add handwriting, overlay, text, effects, or media.We're gonna go media, we're gonna add in some extra footage.Go through and find that extra footage.When we select it, it drops down on to our timelines on a different video layer.So as we scrub through now you can see that this is our normal footage and at this point here we've got this other clip that shows up.This is just sample footage I've got here.That's my son, Alex, he's looking very happy in this shot.But what you can do then if we tap on that, you can see that it's selected up in the top right-hand corner.So we can tap on it, we can move it around, place it down in the bottom here.We can scale it up, but its gotta fits inside our video.And just the same as every other clip; we can tap on it and we get these same features.So we could trim to the right to cut it down really, really short, we can again press and hold and move it around.So any extra footage orB-roll footage that you want to add in here to help tell your story, then that's how easy it is to add it in.And the process is very similar to add in things like titles as well.So if we go back to layers, add text, I'll say "Justin Brown", it'll bring my name up on the screen.You can see it's appeared there at the bottom of our timeline.We can resize it on the screen here and let's move it down to the bottom-left and maybe we'll move it right to the start of the video, maybe just in a little bit and we'll probably shorten that down.Just grabbing that handle again.So all those same editing tools apply to every clip or every element that you bring in.So if we zoom in on this now, I can see the video starts and at that point there" Justin Brown" appears and at that point, it's gone.Now if we select our title then you can see we've got a heap of extra control over that title in animations and things that we can add to customize that up in the top right-hand corner.We can adjust the font, we can change the color, we can add an animation to animate it in or out.So if we click on "in animation", let's choose "fade in"and it's set to one second, that's fine, hit the tick.Now, when we play through this,(light techno music)you can see that it faded in.Select it again, let's do the same out animation, let's do a fade of a one-second, go okay.That's now going to fade in and then fade back out.So while you're going through and adding things like your B-roll and your titles, you can constantly be adjusting and refining these edits as well, to start to tighten this up.And every pass where you're going through and playing through this, you're really starting to refine and dial in that edit.Next up you'll want to import any audio files, so any music or sound effects.And you can do that by hitting "audio" in the top right-hand corner.Now, Kinemaster does give you access to music, or if you've got any on your device, then you can import that as well.We'll just choose "music assets" and we've got a track here, "Warm-Hearted".We'll hit "plus" to drop that down to the timeline and you can see that down in the bottom here in green.Now, as you can see, now that we've got a few video layers to in here, this is getting cut off down at the bottom.This is where we might want to expand out our timeline by pressing on the button on the left here and that'll make our timeline much bigger and our preview window of video layer a lot smaller.So, once again, tap on that audio track; we can pick it up and we can move it across to the start of the edit so the music starts at the start of the video.We can add cuts, we can add any adjustments to that.Might want to select it, shorten it down.Again, I'm just zooming in and out on the timeline as we go here.So that it finishes around where our video will finish.We just compress our timeline back down now so that we can see our options.So if we select on that music track, now you've got a heap of features in here.Things like volume; so if you want to lower the volume on this track, we'll come over here to volume and we can lower the volume on that.We'll back out of this now.Again we're not gonna run through every feature in here because this would be a massive tutorial, but these are all the important things to get you editing fast.And we've also got advanced features in here, and filters, and things; audio filters that you can add-in.And you've got advanced control over your volumes, you can add in keyframes and really get a bit more advanced with your volume control in here as well.So it's cool that it's got these features.We'll back out of this now.But if you do want to add a fade in and out to this music track, and to your entire video, again that was back on the settings.See the settings wheel and you can see here audio fade-in over two seconds and audio fade-outs, four seconds; it's pretty good to leave those as the default.And likewise with the video itself, if you want to fade the video in from black at the start and fade it out back to black at the end, then you can turn those on here.So you can see now at the start of the video it's fading in(soft music)and then at the end, it'll fade back out.So that's where you can turn those on or off if you want those on for your video.So once you've got your audio tracks in or your sound effects in, now you can start looking at adding some effects or transitions to your clips in your timeline.So we'll just zoom in here.So, for example, we've got this clip here, as it finishes it's just a hard cut to the next piece here.There's nothing wrong with a hard cut or a jump cut like that, but what you could do is zoom in on this second shot just to break it up a little bit and make it look a little less harsh.So if we select that clip, we can come up here to "cropping".Now you will want to make sure your start position equals the end position, so you'll need to press "equals" here.And now all we'll need to do is just pinch to zoom in and rescale and reposition our clip here so it's just a little bit bigger.Hit okay and you can see now when we play through and finish this one clip, the shot is a little bit different; it is zoomed in, which makes it a little bit easier on the eyes of viewers watching.So it's really simple inKinemaster to do things like zooming in on your clips in here.But also if you want to add things like transitions between the two, obviously zooming in is one way, but if you want to actually add a transition or a fade or an effect between them, you click this little plus button between your two clips.This will open up transitions, nowhere there is a heap of transitions and as with most transitions, most of them are terrible and will make your videos look really, really bad.But if you stick to the basic ones, like under "classic transitions", and you just go a "crossfade", then it'll actually fade between the two different clips.Now it's actually not going to show me what this transition looks like until I save this one out, but, you can see that there's transition effect on here because of that different icon on the screen.So once you've gone through, added in any transitions, or zoomed in on any clips, your edit should be getting pretty close at this point.So go back through, play it through, make any final adjustments to it, or tweaks, and then next up you'll want to export or save your video file out.So to do that we're gonna hit the button in the top right-hand corner and here we get to choose the export settings for our video.Now the default settings here are usually going to be fine.It's gonna look at the clips that you used in your video and it's going to match those.So in our case, our footage was 4K footage, shot at thirty frames per second, so it's suggesting that for us.But obviously, you can make adjustments here if you don't want to export4K; you can change it to 1080P.And obviously, you've got control over your frame-rate here as well.But I'd say for most people, it's highly likely you'll just be leaving this as default.And for the best quality settings, I'd also suggest leaving this slider here up at "high quality".If the file size is too big, then you can make the file size smaller by lowering the quality or lowering the bitrate.You can see as I slide this down, the bitrate, or megabits per second, is dropping.So we're gonna leave this at16, we're gonna hit "export", and that's gonna save our file out.


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