Integrating Banuba Video Editor SDK With a React Native App
Banuba AI Video Editor SDK can be integrated into video processing apps built with React Native. This brief guide will show you how to do it.
About Video Editor SDK
Banuba AI Video Editor SDK adds powerful processing functionality to your React Native app. It includes the core functionalities like trimming and music editing, as well as AR filters and effects on par with TikTok and Snapchat. With this SDK, your users will be able to create short clips, slideshows, animated stories, and much more.
Unlike many competing products, Banuba AI Video Editor SDK is fully compatible with cross-platform frameworks like React Native and Flutter.
Why React Native
For the last few years, this technology has remained the most popular framework for developing cross-platform mobile applications.
What’s more, React Native works almost as fast as native technologies and can integrate native code. This is crucial in resource-intensive apps like video processing software. Using this framework together with Banuba Video Editor SDK will save many weeks of work and allow you to go to market much faster. For more details, see our article: “How to develop a mobile video editor app”.
Video capture and processing.
Video trimming. Cutting and resizing the beginning and end of a clip.
Camera filters. LUTs, face masks, animation, and pretty much anything TikTok and Snapchat have.
Face beautification. Smoothing face and neck, removing wrinkles and acne, evening-out skin tone, etc.
GIFs and text overlays.
Music and voice effects. Adding soundtracks and applying effects like a robot voice.
Slideshows. Made from photos in the gallery, or taken right away.
How to integrate Banuba VE SDK with React Native Video Editor
Step 1. Getting a token
To begin the free trial of the SDK and gain all the video processing benefits for your React Native app, start with requesting a unique trial token. It will unblock the SDK for use in your project. Getting it is simple: just fill out a form on our website.
Step 2. Integration
Make sure variable ANDROID_SDK_ROOT is in your environment.