Duplicate

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KineMaster lets you change the organization of your layers and duplicate layers in one simple tool. 

To duplicate a video or image, tap it to select it and then tap the three dots in the top left corner of the project screen. If you’ve selected a clip on the Primary Timeline, two options will be available.

Duplicate – This makes a copy of the selected video or image. If you have trimmed the clip, the duplicate version will also be trimmed. 

Duplicate as Layer – This makes a copy of the selected video or image as a media layer. 

In KineMaster, layers are stacked on top of each other. Projects with more than one layer will automatically organize layers with the most recently added layer at the top. Layers that are on top are completely visible. Layers underneath the top layer may overlap or not be visible behind the top layer.

When you select a media layer, additional options will be available when you tap the Duplicate button. These allow you to adjust the order of your layers.

Bring to Front – This moves a layer to the very top of the layer stack. This makes the layer visible above all other layers in your project.

Send to Back – This moves a layer to the very bottom of the layer stack. This may cause the layer to be partially or completely hidden underneath other layers in your project.

Bring Forward – This moves a layer one layer up in your layer stack. 

Send Backward – This moves a layer one layer down in your layer stack. 

Center Horizontally – This will move layer to the horizontal (right-left horizon) center of the Preview screen.

Center Vertically – This will move layer to the vertical (top-bottom middle) center of the Preview screen.

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