To upload a video or record a new one, first tap at the bottom of the screen:
To upload a video from your phone’s library, tap Library at the bottom of the screen and select the video you’d like to share.
To record a video, tap Video at the bottom of the screen. Tap and hold to start recording, and lift your finger to stop. You can tap and hold again to record multiple video clips and tap to switch between cameras.
Keep in mind that the maximum video length is 60 seconds. Once you’ve recorded or uploaded a video, you can add a filter, a caption and your location before sharing.
Note: You can’t take or upload videos from a desktop computer.
If you do not know how to connect an additional device to your computer, and you need instructions on how to connect it correctly, you can use the search bar on this website (located in the upper right part of any page) or write to us.
To use any computer device, software (driver) is required. It is recommended to use the original software that came with your computer device.
If you do not have the software, and you cannot find it on the website of the manufacturer of the computer device, then we will help you. Tell us the model of your printer, scanner, monitor or other computer device, as well as the version of the operating system (for example: Windows 10, Windows 8, etc.).
Find operating system info in Windows 10
Find operating system info in Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1. Read more.
Find out which macOS your Mac is using (Use About This Mac to see the version of Mac operating system installed on your Mac, and find out whether it's the latest version).
From the Apple menu in the corner of your screen, choose About This Mac. You should see the macOS name, such as macOS Mojave, followed by its version number. If you need to know the build number as well, click the version number to see it.
How to install a driver if there is no setup.exe file. How to Manually Install a Driver Using an .INF File. A driver package you downloaded doesn’t include an installer application (like setup.exe or install.msi). In these cases, you can use the Setup Information file (.INF) to manually install the driver.