Music dubbing applications such as TikTok and Dubmash are often successful among users.
Facebook took advantage of the popularity and launched on Tuesday (25) the function Lip Sync Live, which allows to dub live songs through the social network application.
Because it is a dubbing function, audio is not transmitted only to the sound of the selected original music.
The song collection is eclectic and has options from artists such as Drake, Guns N 'Roses and Ed Sheeran.
Although new to Facebook users, this is a feature that has already gained a lot of market space over the last few years.
In addition to Dubmash and TikTok, other apps allowed you to create fun, laid-back videos by dubbing excerpts of music, movies, and shows like StarMaker, Funimate, and VideoStar.
Check below a list of services that were already successful, and what are their functions and differentials.
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Launched in November 2014, the app lets you create funny videos and share them with friends.
Within the application itself, it is possible to download audio from famous videos, be it a phrase, music, movie or comic scene.
Then just let the creativity flow and do a voice acting for the selected file.
The videos have 15 seconds and, in addition to the ready-made audio provided by the service, the user has the option to upload any audio they wish to dub.
Check out this dnetc walkthrough to create your own videos with Dubmash, which is available for Android and iPhone (iOS).
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TikTok (formerly Musical.ly)
In August 2018, the fusion between the Musical.ly voice acting application and TikTok was performed.
TikTok is an app that is shaped like a social network, where users create their own profile, follow other people, and can like, comment, and share posts.
With videos that can take from 15 to 60 seconds, users have the option of accessing their own service catalog or recording their own audio.
In addition, the platform provides filter options, effects and sounds that can be included in your audiovisual content.
Another interesting feature is that TikTok provides the original name of the music used in the voice acting.
For more information about the app, see how to use TikTok in the dnetc tutorial.