A beginner’s guide to using the chroma key in Kinemaster Pro

Here is a beginner’s guide to using the chroma key feature in Kinemaster Pro:

  1. Open Kinemaster Pro and start a new project.
  2. Add your footage of the subject to the timeline by tapping the plus button on the right side of the screen and selecting “Media.” You can also record footage within the app.
  3. Next, add the background footage to the timeline by tapping the plus button and selecting “Media.” Ensure the background footage is placed on the layer above the subject footage.
  4. Select the background footage layer by tapping on it. Then tap on the chroma key button, which is represented by a key icon.
  5. The chroma key controls will appear on the left side of the screen. You can use the color picker to select the color of the background you want to remove. Then, use the slider to adjust the transparency of the background.
  6. Once you have the desired transparency, you can fine-tune the key by adjusting the settings like brightness, contrast, and edge thinning.
  7. Now you can preview your video to check if your subject is correctly isolated from the background; if you find any areas of spill around the edges of your subject, use the brush tool to paint over these areas and make them transparent.
  8. Once satisfied with the results, you can export your video by tapping the “Export” button at the top right of the screen.
  9. Remember that the Chroma Key effect is very delicate, and some shots might require a lot of adjustments and fine-tuning. So don’t worry if you don’t get it perfect on the first try; keep experimenting until you get the desired results.
  10. Also, If you want to use it online and keep the file size small, use a good compression codec while exporting.

As a beginner, it might take some time and practice to master the art of Chroma Keying, but with Kinemaster Pro and the tips outlined in this guide, you’ll be able to achieve professional-looking results in no time.

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