A few intriguing new tools are being introduced on Instagram that will assist users in creating more creative Reels. Instagram is rolling out new voice effects and text-to-speech tools for Reels to compete with TikTok. When editing Reels, you may make use of the following capabilities. They will make your Reels appear more interesting and interactive as a result.
When Instagram first announced the function, the company wrote on its site, “Attention Reels makers! We all know that incorporating sound and audio into a reel is one of the most amusing components of the process. Voice Effects and Text to Speech are two new audio products that are being released today by iZotope. Take a look at the images below to learn more about how to utilise them to take your Reels to the next level.”
The Reels feature on Instagram will allow authors to read anything instead of using their voice, which will be replaced by an artificial voice in the future. TikTok users, on the other hand, are already familiar with this function, which means there will be nothing new to them.
Text-to-speech functionality is already available on TikTok. In light of the increasing popularity of the text-to-speech feature, Instagram chose to incorporate it into its platform. Beginning this week, creators will be able to take advantage of this capability. Users of iOS and Android devices will be able to make use of the new functionality. Please keep in mind that to make use of the new features on Reels, users must first download and install the most recent version of the programme.
Similarly, Instagram will soon include a feature that would encourage users to “take a break” from the platform, according to a report. If you spend your days scrolling through your Instagram feed, the new function will be quite useful to you, since it will allow you to do so at your leisure.
If you have been addicted to the photo-sharing app for an extended period, the app will notify you that you need to take a vacation from it. It’s interesting to note that you can specify how long you want the programme to remind you to uninstall it before it does so. At the moment, the function is being tested, and it will not be accessible until late December.
Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri stated that the functionality was being tested. “Testing “Take a Break,” he explained. This week, we began experimenting with a new feature called “Take a Break.” This opt-in feature allows you to get break reminders in-app after some time that you choose in the settings. “I’m looking forward to delving into the findings and launching this sometime in December,” said the author.