Instagram Reels as of now mimics TikTok multiplely, and now, it’s getting one more feature from the famous video application: duets. On Instagram, clients can now “remix” a reel, which means they can upload a video close to another user’s, expanding on top of the original clip. The feature is as of now well known on TikTok, frequently for dance challenges, under the “duet” function.
To remix a reel, tap the three dot menu on a reel and select “Remix this Reel.” From there, you can record your reel or upload pre-recorded footage. You can likewise control the volume for the original audio or your recorded audio, and add a voiceover, alongside other editing functions.
Just new reels will have remixes enabled automatically, however in the event that you as of now have a reel that you need people to have the option to remix, you can physically turn that on by tapping that three spot menu on your own video and selecting “Enable Remixing.” If you need to turn off remixing on the entirety of your reels, you can do so by means of your broader profile settings.
Reels launched in August a year ago and at first, Instagram seemed open to having individuals repurpose their TikToks on the platform. In any case, as the months have passed by, Instagram has added more TikTok-like features while likewise deemphasizing any content that has been reused. The company is obviously genuine about making the short-form video content a mainstay.
It added a Reels catch to its home screen and surprisingly guaranteed the recordings made the cut for its global Lite app. It’s simply getting closer and closer to taking after TikTok exactly.