Best Video Editing Software (App) For Android ~ VERSION 2.0 (2016 + EASY + FREE)

Do you want to edit videos on Android? If so, then this is the video for you.

To get started simply download KineMaster from theGoogle Play Store.

If your device doesn’t have the Play Store, I’ve also included a direct app download in the description.

Also, make sure to stay for the whole video because at the end I’ll show you how to use the secret video in video and picture in picture functions.

Anyway, once you have KineMaster installed go ahead and open it up.

To start editing simply tap the big button in the center of the screen.

If you want to you can tap get started but, in my opinion, the easiest way to get started is just to tap skip.

When you first see the editor, you’re probably going to think: whoa! This is the way to complicated.

Don’t worry.

It’s fairly easy to use and understand.

Trust me by the end of this video you’ll be a master at editing videos.

Anyway, KineMaster is composed of four main sections as seen on a screen right now.

The first section is the action bar, it allows you to do things to the selected item like deleting it.

The second section is the preview window which shows a preview of your final video.

The third section allows you to add media and starts the preview, and the last one is the time line which is where you’ll be spending most of your time.

So, to start editing, you need something to edit, right.

To add media just tap media browser.

This will bring up all the media that KineMasterdetects on your device.

Simply tap a file to at it to the timeline and it you want to close this window just tap the check in the right corner.

Also, to record a video or some sound tap the button in the middle.

Now that you have some files to edit it’s time to start editing.

Let’s start with pictures instead of videos since they are easierto work with.

Tapping on any image on the timeline will bring up the options for that image.

Now, I’m not going to be going over there every single option because if I did would be here all day long.

The most important options are clip effect and image cropping.

Clip effect should be an another whole menu in itself as there are tons and tons of effects.

Image cropping allows you to add a cool zoom transition to the image.

However, there are a lot more options when you have a video selected.

The main options to take note of are clipeffect, video cropping, speed control, and volume envelope.

Clip effect is the same thing was for images.

Video cropping is one of the three premium features that I’ll talk about later.

Speed control allows you to increase and decrease the speed of a video clip, which is definitely useful.

If you want to only speed up part of a clip, then you can use the split option at the beginning and end of the section you want to speed up.

Then, just set the speed option for that clip.

The last noteworthy option is volume envelope which lets you add audio points.

For example, you could add two audio points, so your video’s sound slowly fades out.

Next, let’s talk about transitions, which are the animations in between clips.

Simply tap the white squares that are between each clip.

A little menu will pop up full of transition effects.

Just tap a folder and then tap an effect and it will automatically be added.

You can then tap the Settings icon to bring up transition specific settings.

Next, on the list is the action bar on the left.

The actions in order are undone, redo, theme, share and export, project options which just gives you the option to fade your final video in and out, and the last two expand the timeline and push the played to the end.

If a video is tapped, you can press the trashcan to delete it, and the overflow menu lets you duplicate the selected clip.

Now, here’s the feature you’ve all been waiting for.

To use a picture in picture and video in the video simply tap the layer button right here.

Then just select if you want if you want to overlay a picture or a video.

Alright, everybodyprepare yourself.

This might be the reason you spend some money.

You can only overlay video if you have a subscription.

So, if you want a subscription simply hit the video overlay, and a dialog will come up prompting you to buy a subscription.

Also, you can tap the exit button right here and open the settings to buy a subscription.

Speaking of the settings menu, it doesn’t allow you to do much of anything.

Anyway, if you exit everything you’re back at the main screen you can tap on your video to manage it.

You can give it a name, play it, export it so you can share it to YouTube or a different video platform, duplicate, and delete it.

Let’s export this video.

Tap the Share button and then tap where you want to export/share it too.

Then, if you don’t have a subscription, tap free and the quality you want your video to be in.

However, if you don’t buy a subscription all the videos you export, even if they are of the lowest quality, will have the KineMaster logo in the upper right corner.

So, that KineMaster has currently had an overall rating of 4.

2on the Google Play Store and it has 5,000,000 – 10,000,000 installs.

Also, all the links for everything in this video and more are in the description.

If you want to know how to record your Android screen just, click the annotation on a screen right now or use the link in the description.

And that’s all I got for today.

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