Meta’s New Reels Video Tools on Facebook Desktop Version helps users get a similar experience to TikTok

Facebook has announced a New Reels Editing section on their Desktop Version.

In a Recent Blog Post on Thursday Meta Announced that it is going to launch some amazing New Creator Tools all over the world on Reels the Biggest Rival for TikTok, on both of its Platforms Facebook and Instagram. 

This may Encourage More and More Users to Stop using TikTokto edit Short Videos instead use Reels and also Create Original Content in it, without Reusing them from TikTok.

According to Meta Users of Instagram Reels can now Import their Own Audio Clips which are at least 5 seconds long, from their Mobile Device’s Camera Roll to the Reel Video.

In Addition, now users are able to create Reels that are up to 90 Seconds long, on top of that there will be an addition of interactive “stickers” that support polls, emoji, and quizzes much like Instagram Stories.

Also, Instagram is Releasing Templates widely which lets users replicate the same pattern that they saw on another reel.

According to Meta, Facebook has rolled out Reels in its Desktop Version After it Rolled out on its Android & IOS Apps in the Month of Feb of this year. according to what they have said Reels can be found on its Creator Studio Section and this may provide a Smooth Experience especially with testing out different formats.

Facebook has rolled out Reels in its Desktop Version After it Rolled out on its Android & IOS Apps. Image courtesy – Meta

Creators now have the Facility of Making Short Clips of up to 60 Seconds from Live Streams, and this will be also made available on its Desktop Version. 

Facebook Reels has some new Audio Tools, It Includes Voiceovers for videos, and also it has rolled out a new amazing feature called SoundSync, this feature will automatically Sync the Beat of a Song that a User is Selecting to the Video. Reels now also has Text-to-Speech within Videos that have been Posted.

SoundSync will automatically Sync the Beat of a Song that a User is Selecting to the Video. Image courtesy – Meta

The rapid launch of Features that mimic TikTok is not surprising. This is Because Meta is actively trying to improve the platform that Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri no longer calls a “square photo-sharing app.”

However, shortly after Reels was first made available on Instagram in 2020, it became clear that some work was needed to create a real competitor.

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