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How to put any background image using Chroma in a TikTok video

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Brian Adam
Professional Blogger, V logger, traveler and explorer of new horizons.
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In cinema and television it is very common to use the Chroma effect, which allows you to superimpose the image of the person on the background you want. It is, for example, the effect that weathermen use to appear in front of the forecast maps and it is achieved by placing a screen behind, usually green, on which the image is superimposed. In movies, it is also widely used to simulate certain scenarios much cheaper, or to reproduce images of a moving road while the actors are filmed inside a stationary car.

Using the Chroma or green screen effect on TikTok is very simple

You have surely seen it in many TikTok videos as well. The social network has launched this functionality natively, so it is extremely easy to put any image in the background when recording your videos and appear in front. If you want to know how to use the “Chroma” effect, also called “green screen”, attentive, because it is very simple:

To use the Chroma effect on TikTok, you just have to access your profile in the application and click on the “+” button to create a new video.

Now, before recording any image, select the “Effects” section and in the “Trends” section look for the #greenscreen effect icon.

TikTok green screen icon

Now you can choose any photo from your mobile phone library, the one you want to be the background of your video. It may be one that you have taken, that they have sent you … or that you have downloaded from one of the many free image banks on the Internet.

Once this is done, you just have to press the “Record” button and start creating your video with the image you want. Now be creative, take advantage of these tips to create content on TikTok and surprise your followers.

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