Meta-owned Instagram has clarified that it’s not blocking creators from sharing their Reels movies on different short-form video platforms like TikTok.
According to earlier stories, when making an attempt to obtain an edited clip to an iPhone in Instagram Reels, the audio from the clip simply disappeared.
“It means if you wish to export the footage from Reels to make use of in one other app (like TikTok), you must really put up the Reel first with the intention to save the sound,” The Verge had reported this week.
Instagram mentioned it was a bug and that has been mounted.
“Due to a bug, the Reels obtain function just isn’t working as meant for iOS customers and in some instances, audio is lacking in downloads and we’re working to repair the difficulty as quickly as attainable,” a Meta spokesperson was quoted as saying within the report.
According to The Verge, this Instagram repair will probably be vital for creators preferring to edit exterior of TikTok’s poor enhancing display screen.
Meanwhile, when creators now make a video on YouTube Shorts, they won’t be able to obtain the video and cross-post it to different apps with no “YouTube watermark”.
“If you are a creator who downloads your Shorts from YouTube Studio to share throughout different platforms, you will now discover a watermark added to your downloaded content material,” YouTube mentioned in an replace.
The new YouTube Shorts function is being rolling out over the subsequent few weeks on desktop, and the corporate plans to broaden to cellular over the approaching months.
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