How to use Special Colour Grading in Kinemaster?

Kinemaster Colour grading

Color grading is a terrific technique to improve the quality of your video. If your movie has a lot of colors, you can add some color effects to make it more appealing. Kinemaster offers a professional color grading tool that you can use on your smartphone.

Today I am going to be showing you guys how to isolate color using the amazing tools in KineMaster. 

Colour grading using Kinemaster

Let’s get started. Look, guys! KineMaster got a new home screen design. Cool right? Once you are in KineMaster.

Colour grading using Kinemaster
  • Tap Create New to start a brand new project. 
  • Next you choose the Aspect Ratio.
  • Here you have several different aspect ratios to choose from, so let’s create a new project in 16:9 ratio, which is perfect for the video. 
  • Next select your video.
  • After selecting our video, we are going to KineMaster’s edit screen, where all the magic happens. 
  • Select the clip on the timeline, tap the three dots at the top left of the screen. 
  • Tap duplicate as layer. 
  • Once the clip is duplicated as a layer, we are selecting the Split Screen tool on the top right of the screen. 
  • Select the Split Screen option at the top right. 
  • In order to make changes to the clip color of the bottom layer, just simply select it, scroll down and tap Color Filter. 
  • Scroll down again and tap Mono.

Here we have many choices to pick from. You can use any color depending on what you want. Here we’re going to select the first option at the top right. You have the possibility of reducing or enhancing the color effects. We’re going to keep the color at 95. Cool, right? But maybe our video looks terrible and boring, but we’re going to give it a little bit more appreciative look. 

Select the duplicated clip at the bottom, tap the Chroma Key tool, and Enable Chrome key by tapping the button over here. We want to isolate the background and do some color grading to the person in the background by tapping the color, we’re going to select the color red. By increasing or reducing the color of the person, we’re able to isolate the background color.

Colour grading using Kinemaster

 We’re going to make the color adjust. We’re increasing the background objective to 65 and keeping the background color at 29. Next, we’re going to trim our clip. Select the duplicate clip at the bottom of the editing Timeline. Tap the scissors icon, then select Trim to Left of Playhead. Excellent! Finally, let’s select the duplicate layer.

Tap In Animation. Select Wipe Right, and down below we are able to adjust the duration time of the Wipe Right animation. Let’s play around our video now. This is how you can create stunning color isolation using KineMaster. Just like this. Then let’s save the final video as MP4. 

Save your project

Tap the Save button on the upper right corner. Select the desired resolution and frame rate and tap Save. Wait for a few seconds. Now with the updated KineMaster app, You can rename and also export my project as .Kine file. 

Colour grading using Kinemaster

So if You want to work on the project on other devices that have KineMaster with it and all the digital assets. First of all, tap on, See All, then tap on the three dots. Now let’s rename the project to color isolation. Now tap on the three dots again and select Export Project. This takes me to the iCloud drive where we can select the folder to store the .kine file. For me, I created different folders for my .kine file so that I can organize my files. Going back to the iCloud drive where my .kine file is saved. 

There are many options to which we can share my .kine file to. Let’s use AirDrop to share the project on youriPhone. When your other phone receives this file, it opens on the Kinemaster app automatically and you can continue editing here. 

Hope you have created a stunning video using cool colour grading effects. And we want to know your thoughts, your questions, your comments, and your concerns. Make sure you drop that in the comments section below.

How to Add Text Behind Moving Object (2021)

how to stick text o moving object

In this article, I’ll be showing you how to put text behind a moving object and create a text reveal effect. Before we get into the rest of the video, make sure to subscribe to our channel for more video editing tips and tricks. In this first technique, we’ll be doing a text behind the object effect with both white and color text. Since we’re going to be applying blending modes, it’s recommended that you choose a high contrast clip with a black or dark color foreground object. 

We are going to use PowerDirector video editor software to use this video effect if you haven’t installed it yet, download PowerDirector first then follow the below steps.

How to stick text on moving objects

To start off, let’s try white text. 

  • Import the clip onto the timeline. 
  • Open Title Room and add a default title.
  • Double click to open Title Designer and let’s edit the text and adjust the position.
  • After we’re done editing, click on the checkmark here to disable the track that has our video clip. 
How to stick text on moving objects
  • Then take a snapshot of the video by clicking on the camera icon. 
  • Save the snapshot and it’ll be autosaved to our Media Room. 
  • Next, delete the original text clip on our timeline, enable the first video track, and import the auto-saved title image onto track 2. 
  • Click Tools, Blending Mode, and select Overlay from the drop-down menu.

If you find that your video clip is too dark, you can also do some color adjustment to brighten up your clip. And you’re done! 

Now let’s try the text behind the object effect with color text. The first few steps are similar to using white text, but after we disable the video track, we want to move our title to track 3. 

How to stick text on moving objects
  • Then click on Media Room, Color Boards and add a white color board to track 2. 
  • After the white color board is added, take a snapshot. 
  • We can then remove the color board and the original text clip and import the snapshot we just took.
  •  Click on Tools, Blending Mode, and choose Multiply. 
  • Don’t forget to enable the first video track. 
  • There’s our text behind the object effect with color text. 

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The second editing technique

we’re going to be doing a text reveal effect. For this effect, there’s no restrictions on what kind of background to choose as long as you’ve got a moving object to reveal your text.

How to stick text on moving objects
  •  First, drag the clip onto the timeline. 
  • Open Title Room and add a default title. 
  • Double click to open Title Designer and we’re going to edit the text and adjust the position. 
  • Then import the same video clip onto track 3. 
  • We’re going to create a mask by going to Tools, selecting Mask Designer, and clicking on “Create a custom selection mask”. 
  • If your object is a simple shape, you can choose to use the default masks, but if your object is irregularly shaped say a person, you’ll need to use a custom mask. 
  • In the first frame, we’re going to mask our object and the text then add a keyframe. 
  • Then frame by frame, adjust the mask to cover the object as it moves across the screen. 

After you’re done, preview the clip to make sure everything is properly masked, then click OK. Let’s check out our text reveal effect again. Let us know what you think of these text effects in the comments below!

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