The basic function of TikTok is that users can film videos of themselves lip-syncing, dancing, or acting out sketches. Videos – or TikToks – can be up to 15 seconds long, but they can also connect multiple clips for up to 60 seconds of total recording. Recently, TikTok expanded the time limit to three minutes for most users. Users can also upload longer videos that were recorded outside the app.
TikTok also has video editing and customization tools. Users have access to a library of songs, effects, filters, and sound bites to add to their videos. They can also “duet” with someone by replying to a video, creating a split-screen and endless reaction.
They can even add their own sounds and lip-sync to another user’s video.
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Watching TikTok videos
In a nutshell, like videos from Vine or Instagram, TikTok videos appear vertically on your screen. You can engage with them using “hearts”, which are the same as “likes.” After you download the TikTok app and open it, you’ll immediately see curated featured videos on the “for you” page. You can switch to the “following” page to see videos from users you follow – whether friends or popular TikTokkers.
On either page, to see more new videos, swipe up on the screen or tap Home. You can also try tapping Discover (the magnifying glass icon next to the home button) to search for videos by keywords and hashtags. Within videos, you can tap on the screen to pause. Also, look to the right for the user’s icon to visit their profile. Also, on the right, you’ll see the number of “hearts” and comments the video has, plus options to share it.
On the bottom of the video, you’ll find the user’s name, caption, hashtags, and the name of the song that’s playing. Top these to see related videos.
Note: It’s possible to watch TikTok videos without creating an account. But you need an account to engage with other users and to post videos.
Creating TikTok videos
When you’re ready to start creating post your own video, click on the Create video button (plus sign) at the bottom of the home screen and press the record button. While that sounds easy, it takes a tonne of work. If you search YouTube for tutorials, you’ll see how intensive the TikTok video-making process can be for most users. That’s because, before you even hit record, you can find sounds, effects, and filters to apply.
You can even save a video as a draft to post it later. Just tap the Create Video icon to shoot a video, and after you finish recording and editing your video, tap Next. From the video posting page, tap Drafts. If you’re looking for more step-by-step tutorials on how to shoot and edit videos with TikTok, we recommend browsing TikTok Support Pocket-lint also has this handy TikTok tips and tricks guide.