How to slow down a video from TikTok
If you have a Tik Tok video and it is at the wrong speed or you want to emphasize the importance of a shot, you need to know how to slow down your video.
You don't need to install additional applications to do this. Clideo makes it fast and easy! It works online on any device, it's absolutely free as long as the file size does not exceed 500 MB. And last but not least, there are no ads!
Slow down a video in just three steps.
Upload a TikTok clip
Open Clideo’s Video Speed Controller in any browser. Click on the down-facing arrow, and in the drop menu that appeared, paste a URL to the clip you want to slow down in the last field. In the same menu, you can upload a file from cloud storage (Google Drive or Dropbox).
Alternately, just click the blue “Select file” button and upload the video directly from your device.
The upload process usually takes only a few seconds, but it also depends on the size of your file and your Internet connection.
Select the speed
Now you can choose the speed. Note that you can not just slow down TikTok video but also speed it up. Choose the speed with the buttons, you can immediately see the result on the preview screen. For more fine-tuning, use the slider, it gives you a wider range of speeds.
Below you can find the "Mute video" box. Check it and later you can add music and audio effects to make your video even more interesting.
In the bottom left corner, you can see how long the video will be with the new speed, and you can also choose the new file format. The recommended formats for TikTok are MP4 and MOV.
Press the blue "Export" button to continue.
Download the video
Now you can see the size of the clip. All you have to do is save the new video on your device by clicking on "Download" or you can save it to your cloud storage by clicking on the small arrow on the right.
If you want to choose a different speed, you don't have to start from the beginning, just click on the "Edit" button and you'll go back to the previous step.
Pro subscribers can continue editing the video in any tool, for example adding visual effects, without having to download the clip first.