If you’ve been on YouTube… Who are we kidding? Of course, you’ve been to YouTube and seen content shot in front of a chroma-key (the fancy word for the green screen), which is then digitally removed and replaced with a background .png.
The process might look complicated at first, but removing it is a matter of one click in most video editors. Our today’s article shows you how to do it in KineMaster.
Add the media
Open the application and select the aspect ratio. Afterward, navigate to the right side of the screen and select “Media.” Choose the video clips with the chroma-key and click to import them to the timeline.
In this step, select all the clips with the green screen and navigate the menu on the right-hand side. Scroll down until you see the “Chroma Key” and tap on it. Enabling the key will remove the color from the clip. If your green screen wasn’t homogenous during shooting, you might need to adjust the color and other settings to get a clear picture.
Edit and adjust your video
If you’re into video editing, using KineMaster can get your creative juices flowing. You can use the app’s features to trim and put together the video as your imagination fancies. Use the blending modes to get fantastic effects, the reverse feature to make in-camera transitions, and add presets to your creation.
You can also have fun combining video layers, adding music, and recording audio; enjoy playing with animations, graphic overlays, and other assets.