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How To Reverse Audio on Snapchat

If you have Snapchat, then you can do more than take a snap and send it to a friend. You can also reverse your audio on snapchat and send it to friends. We have helped you highlight all the processes down below. 

About Snapchat

Snapchat is an application for iOS and Android phones that allows you to send pictures and Audios to your friends. The app also can send messages and drawings. And, it includes filters which can be applied before or after a picture or Audio is taken. 

These filters are often popular for events like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter and 4th of July. The two most popular filters are the dog filter and bunny ears filter. 

SnapChat does not allow you to save Audios so any Audios you take will automatically delete after one view, although there is some good news in this. 

A new feature called Memories was released in January 2017, which saves any snaps captured by taking screenshots as well as Audio snaps saved on the phone’s camera roll. So now users have the option of keeping their memories rather than deleting them all at once with just one click!

How To Reverse Audio on Snapchat

Snapchat users can easily reverse Audio snaps using the same steps in both iOS and Android.

  • If your Audio is less than 10 seconds, you can use the reverse filter by tapping and holding the record button in the app.

To view the reverse Audio filter, swipe left on your Audio snap preview. Three reverse arrows (***) appear as a preview of the reverse Audio filter. Any sound in the Audio will also be reversed.

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The reverse Audio filter is one of the first filters available when swiping to the left side of the screen. It is reached by swiping rightward through filters, but this process will take more time. 

You can use an Audio filter to either speed up the frame rate (e.g. rabbit filter) or slow it down (e.g. snail filter).

Add more effects (text, stickers, drawings, etc.) to your Audio snap. After doing so, tap Send to send it to friends and/or post it to your stories.

When to Apply the Reverse Filter on Audio Snaps

Reversing your Audio snaps is an interesting way of presenting an event backward. This filter is best applied to action-packed Audios.

An example of breaking the ice is dropping a rock onto a frozen pond. The reverse filter can be applied instead of watching the ice shatter at the end of the Audio to show the fractured ice coming back together as the Audio footage plays backwards.

Snapchat Features

Snapchat is a smartphone app that lets you take pictures or Audio and share them with your friends. They have lots of different features that can be used in your pictures and Audios to make them more fun.

What makes this app really cool is the ability to add music or sounds in the background while recording your Audio. One way to do this is by adding background audio from iTunes on your computer or iPhone. 

However, if you want to reverse the audio, follow these steps: Open the photo or Audio you want to reverse, then click on the three dots in the upper right corner. 

From there select Make new copy and click save. Now open up GarageBand (on Mac) or iMovie (on iOS) and drag-and-drop the photo onto either of those programs. Go to Photos at the top left corner and select Reversed as an option under soundtracks for playback.

How To Reverse an Audio on Snapchat Using The Reverse Filter

To reverse Audio on your Snapchat, open the app and then swipe right to left to get to the Audio Camera. The next step is to click on a filter that is pre-named reverse. Once you have reversed your Audio, be sure to save it by clicking Done at the top right of the screen. 

Once saved, you can send this Audio as a Snap or Story post in order to share with all of your friends. If you would like to delete the Audio from your Memories, simply press and hold on the image until it shakes and releases when prompted. Your screenshot will appear with a trash can icon – just tap delete to remove.

How to Play Snapchat Audios in Reverse

Snapchat is an app that is used primarily for sending pictures and Audios to other people. The app was designed to be fast and easily accessible so that users wouldn’t have to deal with the additional steps it would take to get a message or picture off of their phone. 

There are a few simple ways you can reverse audio in snapchat messages, which we will explore below. 

  1. Load your Audio into an Audio editor such as iMovie or Adobe Premiere Pro. From there, click on the arrow icon at the bottom left corner of your screen and select Reverse Time from the drop-down menu. 
  1. Upload your Audio to YouTube, then edit the settings by selecting Loop and Play in Reverse. 3) Upload your Audio back onto Snapchat.

What Other Apps Can You Make Use Of To  Reverse Audio 

As of right now, there is no built-in feature to reverse audio in Snapchat, and luckily, it’s possible to use a few third-party apps that can reverse your Audio, sound or both. For example, the Audio Ripper Studio is one such app that allows you to capture Audio and then play it backwards. 

In order to do this, you would need to first upload your footage and select Reverse as an option under Tools. 

Then, export the Audio as an MP4 file by clicking Audio. There are other third-party apps out there with similar features. Brorsoft Audio Converter also lets you reverse Audio content with no technical skills required. 

All you have to do is input the original media files (Audio or audio) into the conversion program and choose Reverse from the menu bar. The converted files will be saved automatically after processing; alternatively, click the Save button for saving the reversed Audios directly onto your computer for playback later if needed.

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After all the fun, it’s time to rewind. Now you know how to reverse audio on Snapchat.  The tips and tricks in this blog post will help you get started. Happy Snapping!

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