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How to export MP4 videos with KineMaster in just 3 steps

How to export MP4 videos with KineMaster in just 3 steps


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KineMaster is a versatile tool for creating and editing videos with your PC or mobile device. Both Android and iOS users can enjoy the easy-to-use interface that relies on simple phone controls and foolproof templates to get video content off the ground. As for PC users, Windows provides the best experience on desktop. Of course, the reason you edit video footage in the first place is to eventually share your creation with as many people as possible. Luckily, KineMaster allows you to easily export your .mp4 videos to other popular platforms and services.


Before you can export videos from KineMaster, you must have the app and at least one .mp4 file to transfer. You can create a .mp4 video with KineMaster if you do not have one already. Otherwise, you can open existing .mp4 files from your device with KineMaster to make any necessary changes to the video before exporting.

  1. Use the share feature

    Use the share button in KineMaster to export videos to other platforms.

    Like most modern apps, KineMaster allows you to share your work with just the press of a button. With a file selected, click the share button in the settings panel. The share button icon has the appearance of three dots linked with two lines. After clicking the share button, you are greeted with several options on where you want your files to go.

    The most popular services like Facebook and Instagram are front and center. However, you can click the more button with the three dots to be taken to the full menu of exportable platforms. Hover the mouse cursor over your desired export location, and click on it to finish the first step.

  2. Make final edits and adjustments

    Use this KineMaster screen to make final adjustments before the export process.

    A selection of settings for your video file appears after hitting share. KineMaster allows you to adjust video resolution, bit rate, and playback frame rate to name a few. You can enhance the resolution up to 4K and play the file at 60 fps if your device is powerful enough to facilitate high-end configurations. Keep in mind that the further you enhance the specs from the video’s original settings, the more likely you are to encounter issues when exporting the file. This means you should shoot any video footage in the highest resolution possible to reduce the number of post-processing glitches that affect your project.

  3. Export to the program of your choice

    he export button is the last thing you need to click in KineMaster.

    With your final settings established, you are ready to export your file. It is recommended to use the .mp4 file format, as these videos are compatible with the greatest number of platforms and services. Click on the export button that appears at the bottom of the editing menu. You can select which file format you will use on this export screen. Clicking export one more time will start the file transfer process.

    Depending on the length of the video and which settings you applied for the export, you will have to wait for the file transfer to complete. Higher resolutions, frame rates, and bit rates will inevitably make the file size larger. This lengthens the time needed to complete the export process. Make sure your device has adequate power, and then, feel free to walk away for several minutes. After a few small tasks around the house, your video file should be fully exported.

Improving KineMaster video quality

Now that you know how to transfer your video files, you may notice that some KineMaster projects do not look as sharp as they would in other video editors. This is likely due to the default settings that came with the program. If you would like to learn about which settings improve video quality, check out our guide on how to fix poor quality in KineMaster.



Ever since his brother brought home the original PlayStation, Doug Fakler knew he would be a gamer for the rest of his life. He has been glued to the screen with a controller in hand for over 20 years. While he will always acknowledge that gameplay is king, he's equally interested in the stories that can be told through interactive means. This inspired him to earn a bachelor's degree in Game Design from Full Sail University in 2015.

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