TikTok has announced a new editing feature called Stitch, that lets users clip and integrate scenes from other users’ videos.
Each TikTok video has the ability to start a new trend, inspire Duets, or birth a slew of remixes. To help users engage with content and create responses to other users’ videos, TikTok is launching a new editing feature called Stitch.
Stitch lets users cut scenes from other videos and use them as part of their own. As explained in the new feature’s announcement, just like Duet, Stitch is another way “to reinterpret and add to another user’s content, building on their stories, tutorials, recipes, math lessons, and more.”
Also, just like with Duet, users can choose whether or not others can Stitch their videos. The relevant option is found on the Privacy and Safety page under ‘Settings and Privacy,’ and users can enable or disable Stitch for all of their videos. However, the option can also be turned on or off for every video a user uploads.
To ensure that original creators are credited, every video made with Stitch attributes the creator in the new video’s caption. The caption attribution links directly to the original, clipped video.
How To Use TikTok’s New Stitch Feature
- Open the TikTok app and find a video you’d like to Stitch
- Press the “Send to” button.
- Press the “Stitch” button.
- Select up to five seconds from the video. You’re able to trim the clip to your preferred duration.
- Record your addition to the Stitched clip.
Check out how some users have already been using Stitch.
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