You can change the color of text layers, text outlines, text shadows, text glows, text background, various clip graphic elements, some transition elements, handwriting strokes, background images on the Primary Timeline, and a few effect layers.
To open the color selection panel, tap on the color button found in any tool with that option available.
When the color selection panel opens, the default screen is the color palette grid that shows recently used colors at the top and KineMaster’s standard palette underneath.
There are two other color selection methods, shown on the left side of the color selection panel, below the color palette grid. The circle in the middle is a standard HSB (hue-saturation-brightness) coordinate plane. There are two adjustable points: one that rotates around the hue wheel and one inside the saturation and brightness triangle. Move both of these to precisely select the color that you want.
On the bottom left side of the color selection panel is the RGB selector. This allows you to precisely match an RGB value by moving your finger across the red value slider, the green value slider, and the blue value slider. When you do this, the number to the left of each slider will change, along with the corresponding RGB value and hexadecimal value on the bottom right of the screen.
On the right side of the color selection panel, a preview of the color is in the top right corner. On the bottom right are the RGB and hexadecimal values for the current color selection. Below those values, two rectangles represent the current color selection (top) and initial color selection (bottom).
Tap the check mark in the top right corner to close the color selection panel once you have chosen a new color.