How to Reverse Video on Tiktok?

/16 December, 2022 4:42 pm

TikTok has been a platform for content creators to share their stories, and its user-friendly design makes it simple for anyone to express their creativity. The reverse effect is the most recent feature that producers have been utilizing to make videos that stop scrolling.

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This effect gives conventional films a surprising twist with just a few taps, and the possibilities are endless! In the reverse of a makeup removal video, wipes become the applicator. Break the mold by performing a TikTok dance in reverse. Record yourself tossing objects, then reverse the effect. The outcomes? Your hands may now grab objects from a distance.

The reverse effect is simple to achieve, eliminating the need for hours of editing, although the procedure is not flawless. There is a workaround for both the inability to rewind the audio and the fact that the effect is applied to the whole video.


Reversing a video in TikTok is a straightforward method that can be used for both uploaded and created videos. In a few steps, I’ll explain how to utilize this function. Let’s get started.

  1. Tap the plus sign, then record a video by pressing the record button, or tap Upload to add a video from your device. 60 seconds is the maximum length for a TikTok video, whereas three seconds is the lowest. Upload videos with a 9:16 aspect ratio to accommodate smartphone size.
  2. Tap the red checkbox, then next to proceed to the subsequent screen, then tap effects.
  3. Choose a time period in the screen’s lower-right corner, and then press the rewind button to use the feature. If you like what you see, click “Save” and then “Next” to move on to the last step.

That is all!

Amanda Silberling
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Amanda Silberling

I work at Likes Geek as a marketing researcher and journalist with over 5 years of experience in media and content marketing. With a demonstrated history of working in the international news and financial technology publishing industries. I manage content and the editorial team at Likes Geek.