How to Remove the KineMaster Watermark for Free

KineMaster, a free video editing app, allows you to remove its watermark easily by following simple steps and using readily available software. If you’re tired of having KineMaster’s watermark on all of your videos, follow these steps to get rid of it. The process takes just minutes, so you can start using KineMaster without the watermark right away!

KineMaster – Download RecordMyDesktop

Download and install RecordMyDesktop. Go to your Start menu and find it in All Programs under Accessories. When you open up RecordMyDesktop, go to the File tab and select Capture Screen. This will bring up a window where you can set up some advanced features of your recording. You’ll want to make sure that all of these boxes are checked: – Use DirectX acceleration – Include mouse cursor (to show what you’re doing)

Capture mouse clicks (to show how you did something) If you don’t have a microphone, then uncheck Include sound. If this is not for personal use, then make sure that the Watermark video is unchecked. Click on the Record button in order to start recording.

KineMaster – Import Files Into RecordMyDesktop

To remove the watermark from a video in Kinemaster, first, you will need to import your video into RecordMyDesktop. To do this, open up RecordMyDesktop and click on File>Import Video. In the Import dialog box, find your desired video file (you should be able to identify it by looking at its file name) and click open. Make sure that you are importing files of type AVI. Click OK when finished. Now you will need to set up a new recording session in RMD as if you were going to record a new video.

This is necessary because you will be taking parts of your video and appending them to a new video. The original way that you recorded your original video will not work here, so don’t worry if your video isn’t exactly how you want it at first. In order to edit sections of your file, click on Toolbox (from within RMD) and select Marker 1 through Marker 7. These are special markers that allow you to mark specific points in a recording session so they can be found easily later on. To do so, simply left-click each marker while in RMD.

KineMaster – Trim Your Video

  1. Download and install VLC Media Player on your computer by clicking here
  2. Once installed, open it up and go to Media > Convert/Save
  3. Click on Add and choose your video file
  4. Select the format you want your video in, make sure you choose MOV if you want a QuickTime movie or AVI if you want an AVI file 5. Click on Start Muxing when ready
  5. When it’s done converting, drag your new video onto the desktop of a Finder window

KineMaster – Add Music

This tutorial will show you how to remove the watermark from your videos. The process is simple, and it will allow you to keep all of your hard work with none of that pesky watermark.

  1. Download and install AutoGK. This is third-party software that is safe, quick, and easy to use. You can find it by typing AutoGK in any search engine or downloading it from Autodesk’s website.
  2. Open up AutoGK and select remove on the top left-hand side of the screen.
  3.  Open up your video in VLC. The file extension may vary based on your settings.
  4. Select Open Media and navigate to wherever you downloaded AutoGK and open it.
  5. On AutoGK’s interface, select your watermarked video file on the left column of the program with a red arrow beside it.
  6. Click Compress and let it process for one minute. This may take longer if your file size is higher or shorter if it’s lower.
  7. Your original unwatermarked video will appear on AutoGK’s interface with a green check mark beside it now.

KineMaster – Adjust Audio Levels Section: Export MP4 File

Step 1) Open up your video in Kinemaster and make sure that it’s exported as an MP4 file.

Step 2) Download a free audio editing software like Audacity (you can download it here).

Step 3) Open up your MP4 file with Audacity and drag the entire audio track over onto one of Audacity’s tracks. If you don’t know what any of this means, try watching a tutorial on how to use Audacity.

Step 4) Once you have dragged all of the tracks over, you will see waveforms on all of them. The waveform is what determines which parts are louder than others, so make sure that you mute any waveforms that aren’t part of your music track.

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