In this video I demonstrate new features in the most recent KineMaster update for Android.
Getting more subscribers on YouTube feels important. I can tell you from scanning through the YouTube Community forum that a lot of Creators would agree. I’m sitting around 1,300 subs right now, and planning a path to the next milestone of 10,000 subscribers. Yet I can’t help noticing something peculiar. There are plenty of […]
4K Light Leaks is a free collection of lens flares shot on colored backgrounds. Use these video files with the chroma key effect to add beautiful light leaks to your video projects.
Consistent branding is a sign of professionalism. Whether you’re working for a client, our building your own brand, it’s critical to match brand colors perfectly. In this video I show you how to select a specific color using the hexadecimal code in KineMaster. **Update** Long press on the hex code in the color picker to […]
This final paragraph of a recent TubeBuddy email caught my attention. TubeBuddy is a browser extension that provides helpful features for managing a YouTube channel. Now it looks like they may be adding a mobile app. The email doesn’t specifically confirm that an app is on the way, but I think it’s safe to assume […]
Kinemaster audio filters can be used to create a variety of sound effects that you can record yourself right inside the app. I’ll show you how I created sounds for a variety of science fiction shots using this technique.
In this video I share my process for working with audio in Kinemaster. I start out with extracting voiceover audio, adding compression, metering, and adjusting the volume. Then I talk about adding background music, including where to find music in the Kinemaster Asset Store, how to adjust the volume to mix with voiceover, and a […]
In this video I’ll show you how I’ve been making text graphics for my web site using the Snapseed mobile app. These graphics could also be used for thumbnail images, video graphics, Instagram posts, or even banner ads.
Learn how to use the curves adjustment in the Snapseed mobile app to add contrast to your photos and make them pop! This video covers several examples including photos with a flat exposure, an underexposed image, an example of recovering highlights while lifting shadows, and split toning.