Instagram starts testing TikTok competitor features Reels in India
Users can create 15-second videos via reels, this video can be edited with audio files or music tracks.
Instagram’s new feature reels work like the short video platform Tiktok.
Instagram has started testing its new feature reels for Indian users. As an alternative to Ticktalk, Reels will rollout in India from 7:30 pm tonight. Let us know that the new feature reels of Instagram work like the short video platform Ticktock. Users can create 15-second videos through reels. This video can be edited with audio files or music tracks.
Reels, who arrives in India after testing in Brazil, Germany, and France, offers a new way to create and share short videos on Instagram. Users can record and edit 15-second multi-clip videos with audio, effects, and new creative tools on the reels. They can share videos with their followers on their Instagram feed and, if they have a public account, make their ‘reels’ available to the wider Instagram community through the platform’s Explore feature.
The reels will start rolling out to users in India from 7:30 pm on Wednesday evening and include content from a diverse set of different public figures and creators like Ammi Virk, Gippy Grewal, Komal Pandey, Arjun Kanungo, Jahnavi Dasetti aka Mahathalli, Indrani Will be. Vishwas aka Vandermunna, Kusha Kapila, Radhika Bangia, RJ Abhinav and Ankush Bhaguna
Instagram is seeing this as an opportunity for creators
Like Tittock, Instagram is seeing this as an opportunity for creators. Instagram is already in partnership with Creators and at the time of launch, users will first see it through the pages of influential people like Amy Virk, Komal Pandey, but Vishal Shah, VP of the Instagram product, as the ‘next superstar in India’ Can be seen, Miles.
Reels will also appear in the section of Instagram Stories
Short 15-second videos can be made via Instagram reels. The background of the video can be modified, speed can be controlled just like a ticket lock. The ‘Dusset’ feature of TicketLock will also be available to users in this service. Reels will also appear in the Instagram Stories section. After creating the complete video, the user will share it in their Instagram stories. Apart from this, users will also send this video to their friends.
Instagram has partnered with Sarvagama in India for music in this feature. In such a situation, there is no problem with hypersensitivity to music.
How to create a Reel:
Select the reels at the bottom of the Instagram camera, where a variety of creative editing tools are available:
Audio: Search for a song from the Instagram music library for your reel. You can also use your original audio-only by recording reels with it.
AR Effects: Select one of the many effects in our AR library, created by both Instagram and creators all over the world to record multiple clips with different effects.
Timer and Countdown: Set a timer to make any of your clips hands-free.
Align: Line up objects from your previous clip before making your next recording, which helps for seamless changes like a change in outfits or adding new friends to your reel.
Speed: Choose to slow down or slow down the part of the video or audio you choose, which helps you stay on a beat or make slow-motion videos.
How to share reels:
The reels can be shared with your followers and reach the wider Instagram community through the Explore feature.
If you have a public account: You can share your reel in a dedicated space in Explore, where it can be viewed and searched by the wider Instagram community. You can also share the feed so that your followers can see your reel. When you share reels depicting certain songs, hashtags, or effects, your reel may still appear on dedicated pages whenever someone clicks on that song, hashtag, or effect.
If you have a personal account: you can share the feed so that your followers can see your reel. You can also share stories with or indirect, although your reel will disappear after 24 hours.