Video Layers and Chroma Key are supported on most Android devices. However, the number of video layers and the maximum resolution depend on the device's capability.
To check how many video layers are avaialbe on your device, you have to check "KineMaster >> Settings >> Device Capability Information".
If it says video layers are not supported, or it doesn't seem that there are enough layers supported for the device's capabiltiy, you have to run Device Capability Analysis.
You can do it by following the steps below:
- Close all the running apps.
- Run KineMaster >> Settings
- Choose Device Capability Information
- Tap More(⋮) on the top right corner of the screen >> Run Analysis Now.
- Wait for the analysis to complete. (It can take up to a few minutes.)
Once done, the results of the analysis will show how many video layers and the highest video resolution your device can support.
Note: Some devices have more adjustments on their device capability information screen. Tap More(⋮) and check if there are "Layer Mode" and "High Resolution" options besides "Run Analysis Now". In that case, you may choose "Layer Mode" for using video layers even with lower resolutions, or you may choose "High Resolution" for higher resolution videos without video layer.