In, Out, and Overall Animations

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KineMaster provides a variety of animation presets. These can be applied to video and image layers, effects, stickers, text layers, and handwriting layers. Android devices have several more animation options for handwriting layers than iOS devices. There are three different Animation options:

In AnimationsOverall AnimationsOut Animations

In Animation contains ways to introduce the selected item on the Timeline. The length of each animation is adjustable, but cannot exceed the original length of the clip.

Fade – Layer starts completely transparent and fades in.

Pop – Layer scales from a point to its original size with a bounce at the end.

Slide Right – Layer fades in as it moves into position from the left side of the screen.

Slide Left – Layer fades in as it moves into position from the right side of the screen.

Slide Up – Layer fades in as it moves into position from the bottom of the screen.

Slide Down – Layer fades in as it moves into position from the top of the screen.

Spin CW (Clockwise) – Layer fades in as it slows over the length of three clockwise rotations. 

Spin CCW (Counter-clockwise) – Layer fades in as it slows over the length of three counterclockwise rotations. 

Drop – Layer fades in as it drops from the top of the screen. Object bounces as it falls into position.

Scale Up – Layer fades in as it scales from a point to its original size. Unlike Pop, there is no rebound at the end.

Scale Down – Layer fades in as it scales from a much larger size to its original size.

Converge – Two layers, one to the left, and one to the right of the original layer, fade in and combine into the original item.

Letter By Letter – Text Layer content is placed on screen one letter at a time. 

Wipe Right – Layer is gradually revealed as it sweeps right over the screen.

Wipe Left – Layer is gradually revealed as it sweeps left over the screen.

Wipe Up – Layer is gradually revealed as it sweeps up over the screen.

Wipe Down – Layer is gradually revealed as it sweeps down over the screen.

Pop Outward – Layer spreads to full height from zero along a horizontal line centered within the item with a bit of a bounce at the end.

Pop Down – Layer spreads to full height from zero below a horizontal line placed above the item with a bit of a bounce at the end.

Pop Up – Layer spreads to full height from zero above a horizontal line placed below the item with a bit of a bounce at the end.

Pop Open – Layer spreads with minimal height from a point left and right before dropping down as in Pop Down.

Enter Slide Up – Layer starts concealed and appears sliding upwards from the bottom of its bounding box.

Enter Slide Down – Layer starts concealed and appears sliding downwards from the top of its bounding box.

Enter Slide Left – Layer starts concealed and appears sliding downwards from the right of its bounding box.

Enter Slide Right – Layer starts concealed and appears sliding downwards from the left of its bounding box.

Rubber Stamp – Similar to Scale Down, except that Rubber Stamp is more sudden, and is adjusted to spread off the screen.

Out Animation contains a number of animation presets used to present the end of an item on the timeline in an interesting way. The length of each animation is adjustable from 0.5 to 3.5 seconds, not exceeding the original length of the clip.

Fade – Layer starts completely visible, and fades out.

Slide Right – Layer fades out to transparent as it moves from its starting position to the right side of the screen.

Slide Left – Layer fades out to transparent as it moves from its starting position to the left side of the screen.

Slide Up – Layer fades out to transparent as it moves from its starting position to the top of the screen.

Slide Down – Layer fades out to transparent as it moves from its starting position to the bottom of the screen.

Spin CW (Clockwise) – Layer fades to transparent as it rotates clockwise three times. 

Spin CCW (Counter-clockwise) – Layer fades out to transparent as it rotates counterclockwise three times.

Scale Down – Layer fades out to transparent as it scales down to a point from its original size. 

Scale Up – Layer fades out to transparent as it scales up from its original size. 

Diverge – The content of the layer splits into two layers that head left and right as they fade to transparent.

Wipe Left – Layer is gradually erased as the right edge sweeps left over the screen.

Wipe Right – Layer is gradually erased as the left edge sweeps right over the screen.

Wipe Down – Layer is gradually erased as the top edge sweeps down over the screen.

Wipe Up – Layer is gradually erased as the bottom edge sweeps up over the screen.

Snap Closed – Layer compresses from the top and bottom to zero height at a line at the centre of its original area.

Snap Inward – Layer compresses from the top and bottom to zero height at a line at the centre of its original area.

Snap Up – Layer compresses from the bottom to zero height at a line at the top of their original area.

Snap Down – Layer compresses from the top to zero height at a line at the bottom of their original area.

Exit Slide Down – Layer slides down to the bottom of its bounding box and disappears.

Exit Slide Up – Layer slides up to the top of its bounding box and disappears.

Exit Slide Right – Layer slides to the right side of its bounding box and disappears.

Exit Slide Left – Layer slides to the left side of its bounding box and disappears.

Overall Animation contains animation presets that are applied to the full length of the selected Media Layer. 

Blink Slow – The layer slowly blinks in and out.

Flicker – The layer flickers in and out quickly.

Pulse – The layer slowly fades in and out.

Jitter – Several versions of the content of the selected layer rapidly scale in size.

Fountain – Many tiny versions of the content of the selected layer shoot out from the centre of the screen like a fountain.

Ring – Several versions of the layer flow across the screen as if a part of a horizontal ring

Floating – The layer slowly vibrates in random directions, similar to hand shake. Floating has more high frequency motion than Drifting.

Drifting – The layer slowly vibrates in random directions, similar to hand shake. Drifting is more leisurely than Floating.

Squishing – The layer slowly zooms in and out, and spreads and contracts both vertically and horizontally.

Rain – Small versions of the layer appear in the middle to the top of the screen and fall down to the bottom of the screen.

Spin CCW (Counter-clockwise) – Layer is spun continuously in a counterclockwise manner.

Spin CW (Clockwise) – Layer is spun continuously in a clockwise manner.

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