TikTok is one of the most popular social media apps in the world, with millions of users enjoying user-generated video content.

There’s always a new trend that sweeps the app, whether it’s a particular sound or a fun filter.

Hit songs from the past, like Celine Dion’s It’s All Coming Back to Me Now, have gotten a new lease on life thanks to TikTok users hopping on board and producing content around them.

Rotoscope is one of the newest effects to take over the app; it transforms whoever is being video into a colorful cartoon silhouette.

Some users have gotten a little too cheeky with the filter, stripping down to their underwear and dancing around naked while it’s on.

The filter obscures any nuance, leaving viewers with only the subject’s colorful outline prancing around.

Many people have been attempting to find out if there is a method to remove the filter off other people’s films after they’ve been uploaded to the app, but is it possible?

Is it possible to disable the Rotoscope filter on TikTok?

Fortunately for those who have posted films with the Rotoscope filter, it appears that there is no way to remove the filter from a video once it has been posted – even if it has been downloaded and processed through special editing tools.

Of course, much like a music or other effect, you may remove the filter from a movie before it’s posted.

Multiple videos have been posted claiming that you can remove the Rotoscope from a user’s video after it’s been posted, but fortunately for those who’ve braved the nude, this isn’t true.

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