Facebook’s new experimental app ‘Collab’ lets users create short music videos with other users on the same platform.
Facebook has launched a new experimental application that seems to take up another on ticktock. Called ‘collab’, this application allows users to upload videos they create music that can be used by others on the platform.
In Collab, users can create and upload a short video that will be divided into three tabs. All three videos can be of many different instruments including a video to make a final passage. So basically like making a music video with separate video. This is something the artist has implemented on social platforms such as Facebook and Instagram where they gather and sing a song. Facebook wants to give users a special platform for that by Collab.
“The collaboration of three independent video that plays in sync. With this application, you can make your own arrangements by adding in your own record or by swiping and found the setting to complete your composition, “Facebook explained in a blog post.
Collab video posted on the public so others can pick it up and add it to the mixture of their own. Users will get credit whenever their music video for use on the new post. Users can also share their video collaboration to Instagram and Facebook Stories, and other platforms as well.
Collaboration is currently in testing in the United States and Canada and only on iOS. Users who are interested can sign up to get an invitation to the project. Collaboration was developed by Facebook NPE (new product trials) team, which recently launched a tomato sauce, an audio application called.
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