We would be lying if we said we had never considered being a rock star. Everyone loves music stars. Although the majority of us lack the musical talent necessary to succeed, what if we told you that there is a way for you to make your very own music video? That’s correct, you can do just that using the handy Triller app. You can use the app to make your very own music videos, and we have a feeling you’ll enjoy it. Let us first introduce Triller to you:
What is Triller?
Triller is a well-known programme for making music videos; at first glance, it may seem similar to Dubsmash, but it offers much more. David Leiberman created the app in association with Colin Tilley, a music director best known for helming hit music videos for Justin Bieber, Kendrick Lamar, and Nicki Minaj, to name a few. The software allows you to select your favourite songs and then record yourself in numerous takes for that song. The different takes are then automatically edited into one by Triller using a clever algorithm, which is believed to mimic a professional editor.
Check out Triller’s Instagram feed if you don’t believe us that the results are fairly remarkable. That seems really impressive, no? Here is how to use Triller to make your very own music videos without further ado:
How to create your very own music video:
1. To begin, download the Triller app from either the Google Play Store or iTunes. When everything is finished, launch the app to see a stylish UI and plus buttons. To start a brand-new project for a music video, tap the + sign.
2. After that, select the soundtrack for your video. The most recent tracks are displayed at the top of the app’s huge selection of tunes. It even has a list of local tunes, which is very nice. Additionally, you have the option of searching for or selecting a music from your device.
3. After choosing the song, you must choose the section of the song you want to appear in the music video. Press the play button in the middle of the app to hear a music preview. Tap the tick button once you’ve determined which section of the song will appear in the music video.
However, your own music is not constrained to 29 seconds, so if you want a full-length music video to showcase your rockstar prowess, you may choose a song from your device.
4.The camera viewfinder will then appear, allowing you to choose between the front and back cameras. Select several filters and record in regular, quick, or slow motion. Once you press the capture button, the video should begin to capture. When taking a picture, you can zoom in and out using the bar below.
5. If the first take isn’t all that fantastic, don’t panic; the genius of the programme is in using many takes and combining them for the greatest results.
Press the plus button to record a new take after the previous one has ended.
6.Once you have a sufficient number of takes, click the Make Triller video button in the bottom right corner. A full video utilising your takes will then be displayed. Although the Triller edited movie looks incredible awesome, you may make modifications using the Re Edit option found in the Share menu. The video can then be shared via Twitter, WhatsApp, SMS, Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube. You can choose to store it to your phone as well. The programme produces the video when you choose a choice, making it shareable.
Triller Notable Features
- The ability to choose from tons of songs available in the app along with your own music catalog.
- The option to take as many takes as you want, for the best results.
- Automatic editing of videos, which works like a charm.
- Tons of cool filters and video modes like fast and slow motion.
- Sharing options to almost all social networks and email or SMS etc.
- Video resolution up to 720p.
- Processing options and ability to synchronize audio.
Once you’ve created a number of video projects, you can swipe left to delete a project from the homepage and swipe right to play and share it. Swiping down from the home screen of the Triller app will also take you to the Settings tab.
Ready to star in your own music video created by Triller?
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