TikTok is a short video maker app that is currently a hit. In this app you can make short videos with a duration of 30 or 60 seconds, besides that you can also make short video slide shows. Tiktok has cool editing features ranging from effects, filters, slow motion features, stickers, locations and much more, even for Tiktok users using filter effects will make our faces look more beautiful / handsome. Like other apps, the Tiktok app is continuously updated and each update brings new features. Now the features that are currently being used are the g6 effect and also the bling effect on TikTok. With this bling effect, the display of your video will glow in certain parts like diamonds.
Tiktok users believe that if we use the bling effect on our videos, our video will look cooler. Although many have used it on TikTok, there are still many who don’t know how to get this effect. Well in this article I will give a tutorial on how to get and use this bling effect on TikTok. Let’s see more below
How To Get The Bling Effect On The Latest TikTok
For those of you who are curious about how to get the bling effect on the latest TikTok then you can see the information as follows.
1. Please open the TikTok app
2. Create a new project as usual using an existing video, or record directly from TikTok
3. Tap on the effect
4. Choose Bling
5. You can long tap to apply the bling effect on your video according to the line that runs in the preview video
6. If you have tap Save
7. Please add music to make the video more interesting
8. Tap Next
9. Fill in the caption as you wish
10. Tap Post to publish your video to TikTok
Done, so that’s how to get the latest bling effect on TikTok, now you don’t have to be confused about applying this bling effect to your videos, because it’s really easy, right? That is all and thank you
For other interesting information you can also see how to use sound effects on TikTok which has been discussed in the previous tutorial which may be very useful for you. If you have other steps, then you can write them in the comments column below.