When you’re satisfied with the state of your project, you can tap Share. Share is displayed in the Action Bar when no items on the Timeline are selected. (You may also access share from the Project Details screen.) Free users will be shown the KineMaster Subscription Screen before exporting, where the option to purchase a subscription or continue to export with project with the “Made with KineMaster” watermark. KineMaster Subscribers will not see this screen.
Android users who’ve used music from Muserk in their projects will also not see the KineMaster Subscription Screen. Instead, a pop up explaining the Muserk License Agreement will appear. When you agree and upload to directly to YouTube via the YouTube button, KineMaster will remove the watermark from your video for free. Details of the agreement are contained within KineMaster.
Share Your KineMaster Project - Android
On Android, you’ll be presented with the following options for sharing your project.
Save Video To Gallery - When selected, this option will export your project as a video file which will be saved in your KineMaster folder, usually /sdcard/KineMaster/Export. Please note that “sdcard” is the name of the internal storage folder on Android.
YouTube - Post your exported video directly to YouTube. If you are not logged into a YouTube account, you will be redirected to the YouTube login screen. If you are logged in, then you will be directed to the YouTube Video Information screen, where you can enter the title, description, and privacy settings for the video. Tap Send to post your video. Muserk users will see their watermark removed at this point.
Facebook - Post your exported video directly to Facebook. If you are not logged into Facebook, you will be redirected to the Facebook login screen. If you are logged in, then you will be directed to the Facebook post screen. On this screen, you’ll be able to make a Facebook post as normal, with your video attached. Tap Post to create your post.
Google+ - Post your exported video directly to your Google+ page or to any Google+ community you’ve joined. You can also add your video to a collection on your page, or send your video directly to any Google+ user you have in your circles.
Dropbox - Send your exported video directly to your Dropbox account. The Dropbox app must be installed on your device to make use of this setting.
Other Services - Send your exported video directly to a number of services installed on your device. Choose your desired service from the list provided.
Upon selecting your desired export destination, you’ll be presented with a set of export quality options depending on the capabilities of your device. The approximate exported file size will be listed next to the resolution. Exported videos are listed as “Exported” in green.
Share Your KineMaster Project - iOS
On iPhone, the export dialogue presents a set of export options depending on the capability of your device. After exporting within KineMaster, videos can be shared with any compatible app on your device.