Hello, everyone! Today we are going to discuss Instagram’s live recording feature. In this topic, we will learn how to save Instagram live videos on our device’s media gallery. In this particular topic, we will discuss what is Instagram’s Live streaming Feature, How to stream Live on Instagram, How to save Instagram live videos after posting.
We all are living in the era of the 21st century. And in this modern and digital era, almost we all are using a popular social media application, called Instagram. No doubt you all are aware of this application. Almost nobody needs an explanation about this application. However, if still some of you do not know about this application, then let me make you clear that it’s a social media application, which is most widely used in this world for sharing photos and videos. And today, it’s a wide platform for all over the world to connect people with each other.
In this topic, we will cover only the live streaming feature and its treatments. So let’s come to the topic and explore it.
What is Instagram Live streaming feature:
Instagram was actually made just to share photos and video clips. Apart from the features like posting Photos and Videos in Instagram feeds. Instagram has given its users various other features and facilities too.
Out of those, there is the most useful and trending feature is Instagram live streaming. Yes! Instagram has given a Live streaming feature to its users so that they can interact with their audience in real-time. This streaming feature allows its users to share their special movement with their followers, while they(users) are enjoying the movement in real-time so that their followers can also join the streamer’s special movement and enjoy the whole play at the very same time.
This feature allows a user to stream Live for up to an hour. After the live session ended, the video will no longer available until the user saves it or shares it in the IGTV (Instagram Television) feed.
However, most of the time users also need that movement, which captured in the Live stream to be saved in their phone gallery after the live stream ended. So that they can enjoy that memory even after that memorable movement.
How to stream Live on Instagram:
It’s very easy to stream live on Instagram. You just need to follow some simple and easy steps to enjoy the live stream feature.
- Just Swipe left if you are on the home page, or (you can simply click on ‘your story’ icon appears with your profile picture on top of the display on the left side).
- Click on the live option given down there on the screen. And you will go to the live page.
- Now just click on the circle to record your live stream. (It will take a few seconds to start while checking for the connection, and after this, you will automatically stream live)
- You are in living now.
- Your followers will be notified of your live stream. And they will appear at top of your display.
- Your followers can interact with you during your life stram by commenting. And they can even join your live stream by sending the live request, all you need is to accept that request.
- When you are done with your live session. To end the live video, just to click on the end option appears at the top of your screen on the right side. And once again confirm it to end.
- After the end of the live stream, a popup will appear.
- It gives you three options: 1. Share with IGTV 2. Download Video 3. Delete Video
- You can choose whatever you want.
- If you choose the first option: Your live stream will be saved in IGTV feed.
- If you choose the second option: Your live stream will be downloaded to your phone gallery
- If you choose the third option: Your live stream will be deleted, and it will be no more.
Note: You can only share your live video or download your live video after the ending of your live stream.
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