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Clone effect Tiktok

TikTok clone effect

TikTok's contents have gone from simple to creative through the time. If on its first appearance TikToks were able to gather a lot of views in a blink of an eye, nowadays, you have to impress your viewer much harder to get the attention. Here comes to play a lot of video effects and transitions. Those effects and transitions are possible to implement with the TikTok app itself in a common manner. But some of those effects and transitions require using 3rd party apps and additional post-processing with certain professional software.

Today we are going to talk about how to use the TikTok app to get clone effect and how to improve it with a variety use of 3rd party software.

Clone effect on TikTok app

Making effects and transitions in the TikTok app is all about the way you direct your scene.

If you do a good job with that, the app will take care of the rest.

To make the clone effect, you need to set up your camera on a tripod to fix it in position. A fixed position is required in order to have your background stay unchanged. The main trick here is to shoot two videos on the same background using a green-screen effect. This feature will cut you off the background and make a separate entity of that scene. So here is step by step how to make it with the TikTok app:

  1. Set up your camera on a tripod, make sure it will not move

  2. Start the record with count down, go back and pick the corner of your scene where you convey your story.

  3. Stop the record, save it in your grid.

  4. Go back to recording and choose your previously recorded scene as your background

  5. Select green screen effect and start recording new scene with countdown

  6. Place yourself on the opposite side of the scene compared to the previous record and do something interesting (convey, jest or dance – a matter of your choice)

  7. Stop the record and evaluate your result

Issues with TikTok effect clone

The main con of that feature in the TikTok app is that it just merges two records. That way, it can overlap your scenes with each other and spoil the nature of the green-screen effect. Therefore, if you are shooting on different backgrounds, it will also work against the clone effect due to overlapping. To prevent that and in cases, you want to do a variety and position yourself freely and multiple times in your scene, you need to use a different app for that.

Clone effect TikTok fixed

To get rid of overlapping and other issues such as sticking to one background, you need to work with your scenes separately. This could be done with more powerful software such as After Effects or Premiere pro. But that software is hard to understand if you get used to apps.

Therefore, to not waste your time trying to figure out how all these complicated interfaces work, you can simply use Vjump clone TikTok effect editor.

Tik Tok duplicate effect app

The main feature of the Vjump app is that it works as a bridge between your content and actual video editors. You just record your video and choose what needs to be done with it based on your convey. Then our editors would use professional tools with Adobe Premiere and After Effects to achieve what you need.

To use the app, you need to do the following:

  • Find the app on Play Market if you are using an Android device, or in the App Store for iOS and iPhone.

  • Press the Installation button and grant the requested rights in order to make the app work on your device.

  • Get in the app and record your scene as you do with the TikTok app.

  • Pick clone effect after you are done recording and send the video to processing.

  • Wait for the job to be done.

It will take a while, but usually not longer than 20 minutes. You will get a push notification as processing is completed, and you can check the section with jobs done in your app. For better and quicker results, you can always add a note below sending video, that way our editors will pay attention to described details.

Published: March 29, 2022

Updated: March 29, 2022

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