TikTok is rolling out a new sticker pinning option that lets you attach stickers to objects in your videos.
TikTok is copying Snapchat and Instagram with a new “sticker pinning” option that lets you pin a sticker to a part of your video and have it move around and change size depending on what you pinned it to.
As you can see from the video below, if you pin a sticker to yourself as you dance about, the sticker will move around the frame attached to you. If you come close to the camera in the frame, the sticker will also get bigger.
@tiktokNow Introducing: STICKER PINNING! Pin stickers to your videos and make magic happen.♬ original sound – tiktok
All you have to do, is look out for the sticker icon in the edit window, choose the sticker you want to use, and then the location you want to attach it to in your video. A special slider below the video will help you get the spot just right.
There is also a ‘Duration” option that lets you decide how long you want the sticker to appear in your video.
When you’ve pinned a sticker to your video, it will move around the frame in the same way that the object you’ve attached it to moves.
Sticker pinning is now active in the TikTok’s latest app version.
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