A Step by Step tutorial to help you learn How to add animations in KineMaster Pro Video Editor.
Hello There! Daimary John here. And welcome to, “Ordinary Office”. In this article, “Animations in KineMaster”. We will learn;
- What is animations in KineMaster?
- What are the available animations in KineMaster? And,
- How to add animations in KineMaster?
What is animations in KineMaster?
“Animations Tool” in KineMaster allows you to add or create short animations to your clips.
You can choose from the already available presets. Or, if you are working on a layer, you can also add your own animations by creating “dots” to define the path.
What are the available animations in KineMaster?
You get a pretty decent number of animations already available in KineMaster Pro Video Editor which you can add directly to your clips, texts, images etc.
Below is a list of all the available animations in KineMaster Pro Video Editor. There are actually three different categories of animations in KineMaster. The “In Animation”, “Out Animations” and the “Overall Animations”.
Let us get to know more about the Animations in KineMaster.
In Animation :
“In Animation” contains animations which is used when a particular character enters the video clip. Say for example, the name of your video. You sure want it to enter your video but with a style.
Below is a list of all the Animations which lie under “In Animation”.
- Slide Right, Left, Up or Down
- Spin CW, CCW
- Scale Up or Down
- Letter by Letter
- Wipe Left, Right, Up or Down
- Pop Outward, Down, Up and Open
- Rubber Stamp
- Enter Slide Up, Down, Left or Right
Overall Animations :
“Overall Animations” works the same way as the “In Animation” but for a different period.
Both “In” and “Out” Animations works just once. Say when a text enters or leaves. But the Overall Animations stays until the text or until the clip ends.
Below is a list of all the Animations which lie under “Overall Animations” category.
- Blink Slow
- Spin CW and CCW
Out Animations :
“Out Animations” takes place when a particular character or clip ends or exits the video.
“Out Animations” includes animations which are similar to the “In Animations”. But with a few different other animations. Refer to the list provided below for more information.
- Snap Closed, Inward, Up and down
- Exit Slide Up, Down, Left or Right
Note : Both the “In” and “Out” animations can be adjusted speed wise. Which means you can adjust the speed of the Animations.
How to add animations in KineMaster?
In order to add animations in KineMaster Pro Video Editor. Follow the Step by Step instructions provided below.
Step 1 : Open KineMaster with your clips.
Step 2 : Tap on Layer>Text and add a text in your video for just a demonstration purpose.
We will be using a “text” for just a demonstratioal purpose. Just for the sake of learning how to use animations in KineMaster.
Step 3 : Tap on the “text” layer and select either “In”, “Out” or “Overall” animation.
Move ahead towards your project by adding animations such as Fade in, Out, Slide Up or Down etc. Just the way you’ve learnt by reading the articles above. And tap on the top right check mark (✓) to save your progress.
Alternatively, you can also create your own animations in KineMaster too.
Instead of just adding variations like up or down etc. You can now adjust or give a direction to your texts, images etc. to move the way you want.
You can do so by following the Step by Step instructions provided below.
Step 1 : Open KineMaster along with your clips.
Step 2 : If you have a text layer. Tap on the text layer and on tap the key icon. Which is present on the left hand side.
It will only appear once you work with a layer.
Once you tap on the key icon. You will notice that the media panel on the right hand side changes into a “o+” and “o-” button along with two more play buttons.
The “o+” (Add) button is used to lock an animation spot whereas the “o-” (Remove) is used to remove the animation spot.
Step 3 : Drag the text layer a little towards the left. You’ll now notice that the animation buttons turns solid white.
You can start adding animations to your video clips.
Step 4 : Tap on the add (o+) button to indicate the starting point.
At this point, you can either move your text to any other direction or keep it the same.
Later. Drag the text layer again towards the left and tap on the add button to again lock a spot. The same way, keep moving ahead and keep adding more and more animations.
Step 5 : Tap on the top right check mark (√) to save your progress.