What’s up everybody, welcome back. Thank you so much, for came to my website. In this articel, I’m sharing five workflow tips for KineMaster. Let’s go.
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Jumping straight to tip number one:
We want to make sure we organize our videos. I like to manage my albums videos because it’s a lot easier to find the right clips when editing in KineMaster.
Sometimes I organize my videos based on the overall project, and sometimes I organize them by type. Sometimes, I might have an A roll album or B roll album; sometimes, I would manage by the camera. Most phones at this point automatically organize your footage by kind.
KineMaster taps into the library and shows these albums when selecting your videos. If you’re working on a long project on iOS and your device has enough room, make sure you enable Download and Keep Originals. This can help big time when editing remote with no internet connection.
Jumping to tip number two:
The Assets Store, in my opinion, is the most crucial feature in KineMaster. That’s what sets it apart. No plugins, no hassles, just a quick download. Whether you’re looking for Special Effects, Transitions, Stickers To decorate, and amplify emotions as well as titles, the Asset Store is full of options. I often go there for inspiration. I recommend modifying your videos with Clip Graphics because they add text, animations, and style. Even the most basic videos can look super professional with Clip Graphics.
Mix that with an effects layer, and you’ll start to see how your footage is going to go to a whole new level altogether. Clip Graphics are excellent for introduction videos like the one on the beginning, advertisements, and even “Subscribe” end screens.
Continuing to tip number three:
Edit your videos to the beat. Music, one of the essential parts of the whole video editing process. It adds tone and character to your scene or project overall and is the best guide for cutting and trimming clips. Before you start editing, I recommend you take some time and explore all the Music that KineMaster offers. It saves a lot of time, and the best part is that you won’t get copyright strikes. I like to pay attention to the waveforms and, of course, listen to the beat.
That way, I can trim or cut my videos at the right time. When you find the best part to transition to another clip, make sure you tap on the pin and cut it or trim it with the Trimming options. Most tracks will follow a four by four-time signature, which one is 1,2,3, 4 cut. And then that sends you over to another clip.
If you follow this technique, you notice how your footage changes with the beat. Speaking of audio,
tip number four is:
Sound Effects. KineMaster includes Sound Effects within the Music section of the Asset Store. Sometimes the environmental audio is not loud enough, but with Kinemaster, we can elevate our videos’ sound design. In this clip, there is no splash audio since it’s so far away. With KineMaster, we can include a Splash sound effect to enhance the immersion. Make sure you keep an eye on the audio levels for consistency.
I try to keep my audio levels at around 75 to 80 percent. Make sure you tap on your clips and adjust the audio accordingly.
Tip number five:
Export and Export again and again. We often export one video and repurpose it across different platforms, but not all platforms treat your videos the same way.
For example, YouTube and Facebook support videos up to 4K, and it scales down according to the user’s device. Instagram, on the other hand, caps at 1080p. I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed, but when you put 4k videos on Instagram, they kind of look weird, like super extremely sharp. Like so intense, it makes them look weird.
So make sure you export your projects according to the platform as many time as you need. KineMaster offers multiple resolution options. Up to 4K with cinematic 24 fps, motion, and gaming-friendly 60 fps.
This is going to allow you to see how the whole project looks. If you need to make any adjustments remember to tap in your clip, go to Adjustments, complete all the necessary changes to your Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, so it looks the way you want them to look for the platform of choice. But I want to know what you think.
Let me know your thoughts in the comments section down below. If you have any questions or suggestions, drop them down there. If you don’t have KineMaster, you can download it in the Google Play Store or the App Store; links are down in the description. Once again, thank you so much for sharing your time with me; I’ll catch you on the next one.