TikTok is making its Video Kit tools available beyond mobile platforms and announcing the integration of new third-party services.
Launched in 2019, Video Kit is TikTok’s integrative solution for allowing users to upload their videos directly from third-party editing platforms via the “Share to TikTok” option. Share to TikTok was the first feature introduced in the TikTok for Developers program.
The feature can now be found in a number of tools, like Adobe Premiere Rush, Picsart, Enlight Videoleap, Momento GIF Maker, and others, and allows professional creators to make more advanced edits compared to the options currently offered on the TikTok app.
TikTok also revealed that it is integrating a host of new third-party apps, including Clipchamp, Combo, Grabyo, Kapwing, Mobcrush, and LG U+.
The announced expansion makes desktop and web tools available for developers and professional creators. For example, with the integration of Clipchamp, everyday editors will be able to create and edit videos using a tool usually reserved for pros – with easy-to-use camera and screen recording, text to speech, and green screen.
As part of the same integration, users also get access to over 1 million premium stock videos, photos, songs, and sound effects – plus a collection of on-trend TikTok templates.
The integration with Combo will help save creators time when repurposing their content, letting streaming creators turn their highlights and clips into TikTok videos. In addition, the integration with Grabyo, a leading cloud video production platform, equips broadcasters and media publishers with the tools to produce, edit and deliver live and real-time video content across all major broadcast, digital and social platforms.
Furthermore, the integration with Kapwing (an online video editor) empowers people to tell stories that matter with fast, collaborative, smart editing tools and a shared workspace for creative teams.
On the other hand, gamers and live streaming content creators will be able to reach their fans across multiple social platforms through the integration with Mobcrush. This will soon allow them to log in with their TikTok account, upload their gameplay or live streaming moments, and create engaging videos to share on TikTok.
Lastly, Collaborative platform U2, provided by LG U+, will allow creators to work on video storyboards with a team.
Developers interested in the new tools can visit developers.tiktok.com to find out more.
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