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KineMaster Project Settings Screen


The Project Settings icon is visible in the Action Bar when no item on the timeline has been selected. Note that these differ from the KineMaster Settings, accessible from the KineMaster Main Screen, in that these settings only apply to the current project.

 

Audio

 

Auto Master Volume - When on, KineMaster will reduce the the overall volume based on the number of clips with active audio at any given time. This guarantees that you never experience audio clipping (which makes the audio sound distorted) but can result in a fluctuation in the master volume throughout the project depending on how many clips have active audio. Turning off Auto Master Volume lets you take control of this behavior by allowing either each individual audio clip or Project Master Volume to be set manually. Default setting is On.

 

Audio Fade-in - When on, KineMaster fades in all project audio from the beginning of the project over a number of seconds determined by the slider. When off, default audio volume settings are followed. Default setting is Off.

 

Audio Fade-out - When on, KineMaster fades out all project audio at the end of the project over a number of seconds determined by the slider. When off, default audio volume settings are followed. Default setting is On.

 

Video

 

Video Fade-in - When on, KineMaster fades in all project video from the beginning of the project over a number of seconds determined by the slider. Default setting is Off.

 

Video Fade-out - When on, KineMaster fades in all project video at the end of the project over a number of seconds determined by the slider. Default setting is Off.

 

Editing

 

Project Default Photo Duration - The default length of photos, in seconds, of images placed on the Timeline. Can be set between 1 and 15 seconds.

 

Project Default Layer Duration - The default length of layers, in seconds, of images placed on the Timeline. Can be set between 1 and 15 seconds.

 

Project Default Photo Cropping - The default cropping method for photos when the cropping tool is used. Choices include the following.

 

  • Fit in Screen - The image will fit inside the screen with no cropping. This may result in black bars if the aspect ratio does not match that of the project.
  • Fill Screen - The image will fit inside the screen without black bars, but cropping may occur if the aspect ration does not match that of the project.

 

  • Ken Burns/ Crop and Pan (Random) - The image will either zoom in or out slowly over the duration of the crop. Direction of the zoom is determined by the Start and End positions selected at random.

 

  • Ken Burns / Crop and Pan (Face Recognition) - The center point of the zoom is any face or group of faces detected in the photo. If no faces are detected, this works the same as (Random).
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