How to Convert Video to Tiktok, Fast & Easy!

How to convert video to TikTok? If you are wondering about this, you’ve come to the right place.

TikTok is a short video sharing social media platform that is currently popular. Hundreds of millions of people around the world have downloaded the TikTok application on their smartphones and are active users.

Other than TikTok, another application that is currently trending is CapCut. It is one of the most recommended free video editor applications by content creators because it has very complete features so that it really supports your video editing needs.

TikTok and CapCut are indeed two applications that cannot be separated. This is because many TikTok users prefer the CapCut application to edit their video content by adding songs and certain effects before they finally upload it.

One of the most basic things you should know when editing videos on CapCut is what the actual video format and size is for TikTok.

The type of TikTok video format on CapCut is MP4. On the other hand, TikTok’s most recommended screen size is vertical with an aspect ratio of 6:19. Therefore, before taking your editing to the next level, it’s a good idea to change the video ratio in CapCut to the TikTok recommended size first.

Here’s how to change the video ratio according to the TikTok video size recommendations on CapCut for you to know and practice.

How to Convert Video to Tiktok wiith CapCut

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You already know that TikTok video size on CapCut is 9:16 or vertical screen. This size is the same as if you record video using your cellphone camera in a standing position or not tilted.

  1. Create a new project inside the CapCut app.
  2. Add the video that you will edit according to the size of the TikTok video.
  3. Open the Format menu.
  4. Select 9:16 video ratio according to TikTok screen size.
  5. Finally, make your video full screen in CapCut by enlarging or zooming the screen.

If the object in your video moves, you can also create a motion track so that the video screen can always follow the movement of the object. See the tutorial on how to motion tracks in CapCut which I have discussed in another article.

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