Tiktok has become one of the giant video making platforms. It is a great platform to show your talents. Even if you don’t upload the video, you still use it as time-pass and capturing some of your beautiful memories. But I’m sure many of us must have thought about removing some Tiktok filters.
The best attraction of the app is its extra features of video-making including a number of effects and filters. Having virtually endless number of filters puts you in a dilemma of deciding which one works best for your video.
The quick solution for this can be having limited number of filters in a priority list which you frequently use and having a download list for new ones.
The article is step-wise guide for you to removing a filter on Tiktok and getting prioritizing the commonly used ones!
TikTok filters: An intro
TikTok filters like any other app filters change the look of the video. From changing the brightness to having glittery effects, it gives your video eye-catching and attractive effects.
You can choose from a huge library of filters. The list contains some of the pre-installed ones. It also shows a list of some filters which are needed to be installed before you can use them. The relief factor is that Tiktok will not charge you for using any of these filters.
The result of these filters are visible while capturing the video.
Before reading further, I would recommend the readers to launch the app in their mobiles and then read further. This will be effective in following the guidelines.
Removing some Tiktok Filters
Yes, it’s quite possible on the App. Generally, many of the users use a few filters more often. Thus scrolling through a longer list in the tab can be exhausting and irksome for them. While having ample of options in a blessing, but, in this case, TikTok allows you manage your Filters tab.
To display the priority list of filters,
- tap the + to open in the app. This opens the camera.
- Now press the ‘Filters’ option from the right-side panel. Scroll to the right, and tap ‘Manage’.
- You can now see the list of filters. Now, just uncheck the filters you do not use often.
The unchecked ones won’t vanish from the list and you can add them to the list again later whenever desired.
Removing some filters from a video draft
You read it correctly. You can even remove filters from the saved videos. But, unfortunately, you cannot remove filters from posted videos. On Tiktok, you even can add multiple filters to your video.
- Firstly, launch the TikTok app and locate the draft on your profile.
- Now tap the draft, then tap ‘Back’. This will open up your editor.
- Then select ‘Effects’ from the bottom panel. From here, you can now undo all the effects.
- You can save changes to the video by tapping ‘Save’.
The ‘Undo’ button removes filters itself in the reverse order in which they were added. There is no option of removing a certain filter of choice. The undo option can be applied as many times as you want.
You can remove the filters which you have added post recording of the video. To do this, tap the ‘Filters’ button on the right-side panel, and select ‘Normal’.
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Can you remove the Invisible Filter?
Invisible filter is like any other filter in Tiktok. Thus, as mentioned above, it can only be removed before posting the video. Therefore, once the video is posted, there is no way to isolate and get rid of it. Numerous YouTube videos claim that they have the secret to this, but none of them are true.
Removing filters from someone else’s video
Let’s save you from the trouble. It is only possible if the video has not been posted. For the saved videos in someone else’s device, firstly you have to access it.
The other person can send you the video using any other medium like whatsapp or email (getting better pixel results). Then by using the above steps you can edit the video (remove the filters) in your Tiktok app.
Tell us your experience of removing some filters from Tiktok and comment on the article too. I am quite confident that you will be able to follow all these steps without the guideline images of the app.