One of the factors that TikTok has enjoyed massive development is due to the fact that the app makes it super simple to share, duet, and save clips. Unlike other firms, ByteDance actively lets consumers to install popular creations and share them broader on social media and messaging services. In its attempt to make it simpler to get their videos up on the service in the first place, the firm this week declared new features that allow creators upload clips squarely from their favorite editing tools.
The TikTok Export function launches in the form of the firm’s new SDK and will go live in seven top “content making” apps first. Adobe (Premiere Rush) is joined by AI app Fuse.it, animation app Plotaverse, and video editor Enlight Videoleap. Rounding off the catalog are Memento’s GIF making tool, Medal (gaming capture app), and PicsArt (image editor).
“The new SDK lets 3rd-party apps a chance to expand their reach while offering consumers a broader selection of creative features to assist their videos level up with their vision,” claimed TikTok to the media. “We are keen to see how developers use their new functions and will carry on expanding their access to third party apps.”
On a related note, TikTok earlier decided not to permit political ads of any type. We will have to see how that prohibition is implemented, as the firm’s list of banned material comprises “paid ads that oppose or promote current leader, a candidate, political group or party, or problem at the state, federal, or local level—comprising advocacy ads, election-based ads, or issue ads.”
The Beijing-located app claimed to the media that the political ads’ nature do not fit its experience. As media notes, it might not have the framework to design a verification system.