Get rid of that pesky KineMaster watermark for good!

Have you ever tried to use KineMaster but couldn’t get rid of the watermark? It’s driving me nuts! Well, here’s my new process on how to remove the KineMaster watermark! It works every time! Let me know how it goes for you! 🙂

Install Additional Software

You’ll need to download and install two additional pieces of software to complete this process. The first is an app called Lucky Patcher. You can find this easily by searching for it on the Google Play Store. The second is a file manager app, which will allow you to access the files stored on your device. Again, there are many options available, but we recommend ES File Explorer. Once both of these have been installed, open Lucky Patcher and follow the steps below: 

  • Select Patch to remove system apps from the main menu 
  • Find Kinemaster in the list (it should be near the bottom) 
  • Tap on Patch then Create APKs 
  • Follow prompts from there

Determine the Frame Rate

The first step is to determine the frame rate, or the number of frames per second (fps). You can do this by looking at the settings in your video editing software. For most videos, the standard frame rate is 30 fps. However, if you’re planning on doing any slow-motion effects, you’ll want to increase the frame rate to 60 fps or higher. To change the frame rate, go to the settings menu in your video editing software and look for the frame rate option. From there, you can select the desired frame rate. Make sure to save these changes before moving on to the next step.

Trim Video to Desired Length

When you first open KineMaster, you’ll be prompted to select a video from your library. Once you’ve chosen your video, tap the trim icon in the upper right-hand corner. From here, you can select where you’d like the video to start and end. Simply move the yellow handles to wherever you want them, then hit the checkmark in the upper right-hand corner when you’re done.

Your video will now be trimmed to your desired length! Next, go back to the main screen by tapping on Trim in the top left-hand corner of the screen. You should see your video highlighted with white circles around it; all you need to do is swipe up or down on this part of the screen and you’ll see a preview window appear with all your available editing options: filters, music tracks, transitions, and more! You can also adjust how long each transition takes by adjusting its duration slider (the smaller white line). There are so many cool options waiting for you – so have fun playing around with them until you find something perfect!

Add Text Overlay

Here’s a quick and easy way to get rid of the watermark on your videos for good. First, open up the video in KineMaster and select the ‘Text’ tool. Next, type out the text you want to overlay on your video. Once you’re happy with how it looks, hit the ‘Export’ button in the top-right corner. And that’s it! Your video is now ready to share without that pesky watermark. You can also use this technique to overlay logos or copyright information onto your videos before exporting them from KineMaster. It’s not as quick as it could be, but there are no other solutions at the moment. So if you need a high-quality, free video editor for Mac OS X with an easy-to-use interface and no watermarks, give KineMaster a try!

Export Video without Watermark

Exporting your video without a watermark is easy! Follow these simple steps:

  1. Open KineMaster and select the project you want to export.
  2. Tap the Share button in the top right corner.
  3. Select Export Video.
  4. Choose your desired resolution and quality settings, then tap Export.
  5. Enter a name for your video and select a save location, then tap Export again.
  6. Your video will begin exporting without a watermark!

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