Instagram Reels is a new short video platform by Facebook. Instagram is already one of the most popular photos and video-sharing platforms and now the inclusion of Reels makes it more useful to compete with TikTok. For those who love streaming or creating short videos for entertainment, should find Reels pretty useful. Here we’ve shared the easy steps on How to Reverse a Video Reel on Instagram.
After the banning of TikTok, there were so many questions about what to use and what not to use. But after the launch of Instagram Reels, it becomes a strong choice for those TikTok users and lovers to shift quickly. The Instagram app also features a new dedicated Feed and Explore section with plenty of other options that users may find helpful.
Now, talking about the Reels, it not only features 15 seconds of video making or slow-motion videos but also offers reverse video for some cool and interesting effects in the actual video. Sounds interesting? Let’s take a look.
How to Reverse a Video Reel on Instagram (Simple and Easy)
As Instagram doesn’t have a dedicated reverse video recording function, we will gonna use Snapchat app to do this, and then you can easily upload that video to Reels.
- Open the Snapchat app -> Tap on Snapchat Camera.
- Once the video recording starts, swipe from right to left side to add filters on your video.
- Simply choose the Motion Filter after the Color Filter by swiping.
- You will need to swipe 7 times to get Reverse Filter.
- Once you’ve applied the reverse filter on your video, simply tap on Save.
- It will download the video on your device.
- You’re done.
Now, launch the Instagram app -> Tap on the Camera button -> Select Reels and upload your recently recorded video with Reverse filter. That’s it.
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