How to Do the Zoom in Effect on TikTok
- How to Do the Zoom in Effect on TikTok
- How to do TikTok zoom in effect
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- Step Three
- Why would you use VJump?
- Zoom in effect TikTok in VJump app
How to Do the Zoom in Effect on TikTok
One of the most successful social media platforms for short-form content, TikTok skyrocketed in popularity and set new standards in content creation. Following the 15-second video format you have to know how to show an outstanding performance not just in front of your camera but also in editing. This is why effects and transitions are essential to use as they emphasize individual editing skills on top of the creator’s performance. Today we explain how to create TikTok zoom effect and also give you tips on what to do in frame using VJump.
How to do TikTok zoom in effect
When you open VJump you will find a library of effects and transitions at the top of your screen. Choose the effects category and take a look at the presented templates here. Templates show you how to perform in front of your camera and have a step-by-step description inside. Each template is unique and has its complexity, hence you may have to record just a couple or multiple clips for that.
Zoom effect entails something to become bigger or smaller, depending on the template of your choice. It could be a face zoom filter or objects and even people to be zoomed in.
We need to prepare for our record first. Set up your camera on a tripod, or somewhere it does not move and stays solid. Mark your general position in front of the camera with a handful of tools, be it a marker or duct tape. Set the timer to have time to take the position before the record starts.
Following template instructions make sure you do the actions that are described and shown. You can creatively deviate for your individual performance, but we recommend staying within the main concept of the chosen zoom in effect on TikTok presented by a given template.
The second record is going to be a sequel to the 1st one. Here we use assets that are supposed to have a use-on effect. It could be items or persons that you want to have in your clip according to the template. Now that you have them recorded, send that footage to our editors to proceed.
Why would you use VJump?
As you open VJump you will notice that this application is good both for editing and getting the experience in how to perform in front of your camera lens. A whole library of effects and transitions represent TikTok trends to take off your content on a level. Having a team of professional editors who work in Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects we moved away from using any filters or other AI algorithms that do not allow us to meet the individual requirements of our customers. Furthermore, this approach enables premium quality as everything is done manually to prevent any seams in editing your footage. Having so many advantages VJump left other applications on the market out of competition and became the best video assistant available 24/7 online wherever you are and is right in your pocket!
Zoom in effect TikTok in VJump app
The app is compatible with Android and iPhone and is available for download on Google Play and App Store. Follow these steps to add a transition to your video:
- Open VJump
- Choose a template to apply
- Follow the instructions for the Zoom effect in the template
- Record the footage based on the instructions
- Send the footage to our editors
- Get your edited clip in 15–30 mins
Download VJump and improve your content with a variety of effects and transitions to use on your TikTok clips. We ensure the quality meets the most sophisticated customers' demands and the number of options to edit is constantly updated in our library as we add more tools considering feedback and requirements.
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