How to download TikTok videos without a watermark
If you’ve ever tried to download a TikTok video from the short-form app, you have probably noticed that it comes with a watermark. Here’s everything to know about how to remove the watermark.
TikTok continues to grow in popularity, and as more and more people begin to join the platform and start sharing content, more viral clips are making their way off TikTok and blowing up on other apps like Twitter.
You likely will have seen a good few TikToks popping up on your feed whether you have an account on the app or not, and you’ll always be able to tell that it’s a TikTok video because it will have a watermark of its logo along with the original poster’s username appear periodically throughout the clip.
This feature is in place to prevent content from getting stolen and reposted to other accounts or sites without credit, but it can sometimes prove to be an issue for individual creators.
If you wanted to keep the original video you filmed before you uploaded it to TikTok, but forgot to save the unedited footage, you may find that you can’t separate the watermark from the clip when you download a TikTok to your camera roll.
How to download TikToks without a watermark
- First, you need to get the link from the TikTok you want to download. Launch the app, click the share button on your chosen video, and tap the blue ‘Copy link’ button to copy the link.
- Head to the snap.tik website.
- Paste the link to your chosen TikTok, then click the green button.
- Use one of the download links to get the video.
Note: It is not recommended that you use this app to remove watermarks from other people’s videos, as the watermark feature is there to ensure that original creators are always credited for their work.
As this website is not affiliated with TikTok, you are essentially using it at your own risk, but it is an option if you’re trying to get back an un-watermarked video that you forgot to save.
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