While working with KineMaster Pro Video Editor. You might have noticed that on the right media panel, there’s a “Layer” menu. Do you know what it is? Well, it allows you to add Text, Media, Overlay, Effect as well as Handwriting too. How To use Layers in KineMaster Pro Video Editor | 2022. Which allows you to kinda doodle or draw on top of your video clip. Let us learn more about the KineMaster Layer Tool.
What is Layer in KineMaster?
Layer in KineMaster is a way of adding multiple effects, text, and overlay on top of a single or multiple video clips as an editable layer. Currently, KineMaster allows you to add a total of 5 different forms of layers. These are;
The “Media” option will allow you to import more images or video clips but this time as a layer. Meaning the clip or image which you import as a layer will sit above the original video clip.
Effects add different looks and statistics to your video clips. Effects include Blur, Kaleidoscope, Mirror, Warp, etc. Of course not all are free. By default you get only 2 effects pre-installed. The rest are all paid. The pre-installed effects are Gaussian Blur and Mosaic.
An overlay is quite similar to Effects. But they work differently. You can choose between the already pre-installed overlays such as neon lights. Which is animated clip art that works along with your clip. You can download more overlays as well.
The text menu allows you to add text to your video clips. You get plenty of free fonts to play around with and use in your video. For just a reference, you get a total of 38 free fonts including both Android and Latin fonts.
Just as the name suggests. The handwriting option allows you to draw or doodle on your video clips. You can use this tool to doodle around with your video clips. As well as highlight key areas on which you’d like your viewers to focus.
How to use layers in KineMaster?
To use layers in KineMaster Pro Video Editor. Follow the instructions provided below.
Step 1 : Open KineMaster along with your video clips.
As usual. You’ll need to have a few clips of your own to get started. Go ahead and use any video you currently have and let’s get the work started.
Step 2: Tap on the Layer menu on the right media panel.
Tap on the layer menu from the right media panel and select whichever layer you would like to add. For example Overlay. Once you tap on the Overlay option. You’ll be asked to select either “Neon Delights” or “Classic_Stickers” and right below you’ll also notice a “Get More” option. Go ahead and tap on the “get more” option if you have subscribed to KineMaster. You will get the option to download more overlays for your videos. How To use Layers in KineMaster Pro Video Editor | 2022.
If you don’t have a subscription. Tap on “Neon Delights” select any effect you would like and tap on the top right check mark (✓) to insert the overlay. Once done. You can now adjust the location of the overlay by moving it around the video clip. How To use Layers in KineMaster Pro Video Editor | 2022. Or you could also adjust more settings right from the media panel and again tap on the top right check mark (✓) to get a visual of your overlay.
Step 3: Play your video.
Once you’ve followed all the steps mentioned above. You will now get to see a play button in the right media panel as well. Tap on it and your video will start to play. You can now see your overlay blinking and working. And now we’ve successfully added an overlay in our videos using KineMaster.
Additionally. You could also add Animations to your overlay by following the same procedure as we learned in our Animations tutorial. If you’re interested in animation in KineMaster.
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