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Learn how to use the “disney pixar filter” to turn yourself into a cartoon and share videos on Instagram and TikTok

If you access Instagram and TikTok often, chances are you’ve seen someone’s video using a cartoon filter. This effect, which has been called the “Pixar filter”, manages to transform a video/photo into an animation reminiscent of Disney movies. Below, I’ll show you how to use it to share your creations on social media.

How to use the “Pixar filter”

First of all, it’s important to point out that, although the effect is called “Pixar filter” or “Disney filter”, it has no connection with the animation studio. That is, this was just a name that the users themselves created based on its functionality.
It’s also worth mentioning that the filter is unique to Snapchat. Fortunately, the platform allows you to download the file for sharing on other social networks. So, you can post the video/photo on Instagram, TikTok or any other place without any problem.

That said, follow the instructions below to learn how to use the “Pixar filter”:

1 -Open the Snapchat app — it is available for free for Android and iPhone (iOS);
2 – Log in with your account;
3 – When the interface loads, tap the emoji icon next to the central button;

 

4 – Tap on the “Explore” option in the bottom menu;
5 – In the search bar, type “Pixar” or “Disney” and tap the “Cartoon 3D Style” filter;
6 – Record a video or take a photo with the effect — you can also tap “Camera Roll” to select an image from the gallery. If you want to use the filter again, tap the “Favorite” button;
7 – To save the file, tap the “arrow” located in the lower left corner.

After this step, just open the Instagram/TikTok app, find the content and share it with your followers — if you want to understand how to publish on these social networks, I recommend you read the guide on how to use TikTok and Instagram.

Okay, now you know how to use the “Pixar filter” to turn yourself into a Disney cartoon.

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