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Mark Peters : January 1st 2014 - 18:50 CET

Video editing for Android smartphones


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KineMasterEdit your Holiday movies with KineMaster video editing app : KineMaster offers Android smartphone users a premium video editing application. At the end of the season, many smartphones are full of long videos and photos piling up - now there is an easy way to edit and share from movies on Android phones. The new KineMaster video editing app can help turn those great holiday memories into a relevant masterpiece in a matter of minutes. KineMaster video editing for Android smartphones is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Note 2 and Note 3, LG Optimus G, Optimus G Pro and Optimus G2, and Sharp SH-01F (all running Android v4.1 Jelly Bean or higher). KineMaster is downloadable for free or for purchase from Google Play.
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Video editing for Android devices
When opened, KineMaster video app walks users through the movie making process, from picking all the videos and photos desired to selecting from the offered Themes to tell the story. The KineMaster video editing app automatically adds built-in music and transition effects for the chosen Theme and creates a memorable video instantly. More Themes are also available to download from within the app and the selection will be continuously expanded. For the advanced users wishing to create a video in their own style, KineMaster movie editing application offers a wide range of editing functions through an easy user interface. Real-time videos and photos can be added in the middle of editing, or users can play DJ and mix the existing videos, pictures, and music on their Android phones.

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Android app supports full HD movies
The KineMaster Android app supports up to full HD (1080p) videos and provides various transition effects (including Picture-in-Picture and 3D flip), image panning and zooming, handwriting, stickers, and any other editing features a budding smartphone filmmaker might need. Leveraging device processors for impressive editing performance without phone data usage, KineMaster also makes it easy to export a movie at the desired resolution. That edited movie can then be instantly shared to any social network site.

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NexStreaming Video editing technology
“KineMaster is the flagship app demonstrating NexStreaming’s highly accumulated know-how in video editing technology. We developed KineMaster for Android smartphone users to experience a premium video editor on par with if not better than iMovie on the Apple iPhone,” said Il-taek Lim, CEO at NexStreaming Corp. “We’re the easiest video editor app on Google Play and have fluid features that offer enhanced functionality for ad-hoc or professional movie creation, consumption, and sharing.”



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