Android Video Editing: KineMaster Tutorial on Android

hey it's Justin Brown here from primal video reasonably did a video explaining the best video editing apps on Android now video editing apps on Android have really come a long way and you can now get some great results from the devices that you typically might carry with you

your phone or your tablet from testing a huge range of apps my recommendations were CyberLink PowerDirector and kind master in this video we're going to dive a little deeper into kind master on Android we're going to run through exactly how to edit your videos and get great results

using the app now this video isn't going to be a full featured review of the app we're also not going to cover off every feature and every tool that's available in the app we're going to be running through a full editing process end to end covering everything you

need to know to get you editing fast and to get great results using your Android device will have a similar video coming out soon for CyberLink PowerDirector on android which will link in the cards now Before we jump in we're going to be following through the primal video

method which is the most efficient editing process to help you eliminate any rework or wasted time while you're editing we did a video on this a while back but if you haven't seen it you can download the PDF here to help you with your videos so when you

first open up kind master before you start your editing one of the first things you should check is the settings so select settings now kind must have been probably the most advanced video editing app across any device that's not an actual PC or Mac gives you a ton

of options but the one that I'd suggest you check first is your export framerate which is down at the bottom so for me the footage that I'm editing is 25 frames per second power footage so I'm going to change my project or kind master to be working exactly

the same if the video files that you're looking to edit we're actually captured with your Android device then it's highly likely that they were actually captured at 30 frames per second so default of 30 frames per second is probably fine for most people okay so now that's out

of the way it's time to start your project so hit the big button in the middle of the screen and then select empty project so when you open it up you've got a fairly intuitive interface you've got your timeline down the bottom you've got all your control for

playback importing and exporting on the right and on the left you got things like undo redo share settings you can zoom in on your timeline and you can jump straight back to the start of your video so now that we've quickly covered the interface the first step is

to import your video files so just select Media Browser navigate through to find your footage select the clip that you want to use and hit the tick in the top right corner and you'll see straight away that your footage has been dropped down into your timeline the first

step from here is to start to refine all your video footage so you want to remove anything that you're absolutely not going to use in your end product so we'll start by trimming the extra footage at the start of our video clip so to do that we just

tap on the video clip and you'll see straight away that we get this yellow box around it there's a yellow handle on the left if we tap on that handle and drag across to the right then we can change the end point or the start point of this

video clip so we'll slide it across – just before I start talking and we'll do exactly the same at the end when we tap on our video clip we get our yellow handles we'll just tap and drag endpoint of our video back to where we want our video

to finish so like I said in this step we're going through and removing everything that we don't want in our video so back in the middle of our clip here I'm sure there's some sections that we want to get rid of maybe some mistakes or multiple takes so

we just pretend that this is an area that I want to get rid of or further refine so a select our video clip and then come up and select cut which is the picture of the scissors and from here you actually get some really great and really advanced

editing options the ability to be able to trim to the left of the playback head and trim to the right of playback head can give you some massive time savings if you're editing larger projects we actually did a video on trim top and tails one of the first

videos that we did on this channel I'd highly recommend you check it out because if you're actually using your trim left and your trim writer or your trim top and tail tools in any editing software then I'll save you an absolute ton of time for the purposes of

this video we're just going to add a cut in our timeline here so we're going to select split at playhead so you can see that split our video track into so now if we come along to where we want to add our next cut select our clip and

again select split at playhead so now you can see that we've got three Clips there so if we select the middle clip we have the ability to delete it by pressing the delete button if that's a section that we don't want in our video I'll just undo that

or we have the ability to use those handles and really refine our edit to just remove small sections of the video that we may not want or to really give you some control on tightening up your edit to easily help you navigate around the timeline you can do

things like pinch to zoom to zoom in and out and you can just swipe left and right or tap and drag left and right in order to navigate around your timeline you can also easily reorder your clips and pick them up and move them around by just tapping

on them and holding down and moving them to the location you want them okay so now that we've refined our video content down to where we want it we can add in things like b-roll so to do that you just select layer and then what type of b-roll

you want so in this case we're going to pick video they're going to find the video clip that we want to use as b-roll select it and hit the tick to drop it down in our timeline and you can see that has dropped it on a separate video

layer from here we have the ability to scale resize and reposition that clip in most cases you'll probably just want to scale it up so that it fits fullscreen as with any other video clips you have the ability to get full control over that video clip just by

tapping on it you have the handles appear so you can adjust the start and the end time of that clip you can split the clips into multiple clips and you can pick them up and move them around the timeline to where you want them to display one of

the biggest features in kinemaster is that it gives you the ability to have multiple video layers so for example you can pick up a clip and you can move it down another layer and you get another level of control or another layer of footage that you can actually

have in your video project now this is pretty awesome because it's the closest thing you'll get to replicating full professional editing software on an Android device you can also zoom in on your timeline or make your timeline bigger by clicking the timeline button in the bottom left corner

so for this video we actually are going to use any b-roll footage I'll just remove those now and the next step is to add in our music track or any audio to your project so we'll just click on audio and in this case the song that we want

is on the phone itself so we'll go down to folders will get download and we're going to import golden skies so just select the track hit the plus button and it's drop down into your timeline then hit the tick in the top corner to get back to your

editing screen so once again exactly the same as with any other clip in this app you have the ability to have full control over editing your audio clips as well you can tap on the clip you can split it you can pick it up you can move it

you can adjust the time with the handles so you really get some great control over your editing in this app okay so the next step is to add in any titles so we'll come back to the start of our clip select layer and then text enter the text

that you want for your title and hit OK now that your titles there on the screen you can resize it or rotate it by using the two buttons on the text box or you can just pick up the title and move it to where you want it while

we've still got our title selected you can also add an animation to animate that title in or onto the screen as you click on the different ones it gives you a preview of what that animation is going to look like so we'll just select fade and we'll also

add on an out animation so that our title is going to fade in and it'll stay on screen for a period of time and then it will fade back out they also have a heap of options around adding things like shadow glow outline background color and even the

ability to add a full-width background as well ok so we'll come back out of here now and we'll add another title so we'll hit layout and then text type in Primal video and then we'll just drag our title down underneath Justin Brown now we just need to apply

the same in and out animations so we come over to in animation and select fade and back and out animation and hit fade as well so now when we hit play you'll see that both titles fade in stay on screen and then fade out so if you want

to add in any transitions between your Clips then select the little box between your clips and the transitions panel will open and you can see here that there's quite a few to choose from normally on a video like this I wouldn't be adding too many transitions or effects

in so I'll just undo it using the undo button next up we know adjust the volumes on our Clips so if you want to adjust the volume on an individual clip then select the clip select the volume button and you can see you've got two options in there

the one on the left is the actual volume for that track and because we've selected our primary video track it also gives you the option to decrease your background music while this clip is playing by whatever percentage that you set there so if you drop it to say

27 percent or minus 27 percent whenever there's any noise coming or any talking coming out of that primary video layer any music tracks will be dropped by 27 percent but only while there's talking or noise from that primary video clip so we'll leave these as default and we'll

go back and we'll adjust the volume on our music Clips so select your clip go to volume and the slider there will adjust the volume for that music clip so in this case we'll drop it down to about 48 percent we want to fade our audio in at

the start of our video and out at the end of our video go to settings and then under audio enable fade in then just drag the slider to the period of time that you want the audio to fade in over and you can also do the same for

fade out here as well and if we come across to video then you can turn on and off and adjust the period of time for the fade in and out from black for your video as well the next step is to color correct your video now as kind

master only lets you apply color effects to individual Clips if you think you're going to do lots of cuts or edits in your video that might be worth color correcting your videos first up instead of at this point in the process this is something that I'd normally advise

against because color correcting up front makes your whole editing process slower you'll notice a decent performance hit in your editing because your software is going to try rerender order color affects every time you change something in your timeline so the color corrected video is you actually have two

options in kind master the first is to add a video filter so select your video clip and choose color filter so you can see you get quite a few options in here for preset filters or preset looks they're pretty much the same sort of thing that you'd find

in Instagram so for me and as far as I'm concerned I think they're pretty consumer-grade whereas to get a professional result you'd actually want to use the color adjustment tools so we'll go back out of here without applying anything and we'll select color adjustment so in here you've

got three simple sliders one for brightness one for contrast and one for saturation between these three settings you should be able to get some really good results with your videos so you can see the difference in our timeline now okay so now that your video is edited it's

time to export so hit the back button to go back to the main menu select your video project and hit share and from here you can save your video direct to your gallery you can also send it to YouTube Facebook Google+ or Dropbox if you found this video

helpful we'd really appreciate a share a thumbs up and don't forget to hit that big subscribe button if you haven't downloaded it yet make sure you grab our free guide running through the most efficient step-by-step process for editing video is the ultimate process for creating your videos faster

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