TikTok is a very addictive app. It gives us the feeling of being left off when we don’t use it on a daily basis, it is very hard to ignore. TikTok is famously known for its trend setter image. It is home to numerous filters and effects. It allows us to change our video into something exceptional with the help of filters and effects in just a few clicks.
There are many filters going around, trending at its peak. Among them one of the filters is ‘Rotoscope’ filter. This viral filter is sweeping of the internet and has gained people’s interest to join in on the new trend. But don’t you worry if you don’t know how to use it; you’ve come to the correct spot. Today we are going to show you how to use this TikTok filter.
WHAT IS ROTOSCOPE FILTER?
These videos begin with someone dancing without any filters or effects. However, as a song’s beat drops, the image/your video will transform into a swirl of vibrant colours. The person’s body becomes a cartoon-like outline, the entire movie becomes a jumble of flashing colours. TikTok’s Rotoscope effect is automatically paired with the captain (Whistle) tune. If you wish to change it, simply hit the music icon at the top of the screen and select your preferred song/sound.
HOW TO USE ROTOSCOPE TIKTOK FILTER
Don’t worry if this filter is not available on your device, as the effect may not be accessible in every nation for now. You just wait for some time till TikTok makes the filter available in your region. Follow the steps given below on how to use Rotoscope Filter.
- Open TikTok app.
- Click on Discover and then type “Rotoscope” into the search field.
- Select Rotoscope from the Effects menu.
- Select the ‘Try this effect’ checkbox.
- Record your video by clicking on the record button.
- You activate the filter, be sure to nod your head.
When TikTok recognises you nodding your head, it changes your ordinary video with a rotoscoped one. You can’t nod your head again to return to the regular video format.
When the video transforms to its rotoscoped appearance, tapping the screen changes your style by giving you different sunglasses, eyebrows, nose, and mouth.
The title “rotoscoping” refers to an animation process that goes back to 1915. On February 11, TikTok inventor @Icetut released a video of himself with his own Rotoscope edit. The video has been viewed 50 million times and liked 8 million times. TikTok ended up designing its own filter based on the edit, and the filter has since been utilised in over 170,000 videos.
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