Stitch gives users the ability to clip and integrate scenes from another user’s video into their own. Similar to Duet, Stitch is a way to reinterpret and add to another user’s content, building on their stories, tutorials, recipes, lessons, and more.
When you publish a video on TikTok, your creations and imagination has the potential to ignite a domino effect. Videos can start brand-new trends, inspire Duets, and transform into remixes. Last week, TikTok revealed the launch of a brand-new editing feature called Stitch, which presents yet another method for users to engage with the world of content that’s made and shared each and every day by the creative TikTok community.
Stitch provides users the ability to clip and incorporate scenes from another user’s video into their own. Similar to Duet, Stitch is a method to reinterpret and add to another user’s material, elaborate or comment on their stories, tutorials, recipes, mathematics lessons, and more.
Users can choose in their settings whether other TikTokers can Stitch their material, just like with Duet. The settings can be accessed on the Privacy & Safety page under ‘Settings and Privacy,’ where users can either allow or disable Stitch for all videos. The choice can likewise be toggled for each individual video published. Every video made with Stitch attributes the initial creator in the new video’s caption, and the caption attribution links straight to the initial, clipped video.
TikTok states they are positive they will be delighted and shocked by the community’s resourcefulness in developing with it and bringing brand-new stories to life. The possibilities are truly endless! Also keep in mind, sometimes new features are given extra exposure so take advantage of it while you can and leverage their algorithm.