Know How You Can Upload Live Photos to Facebook, Instagram

One of the additional valuable functions from the iPhone 6S and iPhone 7 Plus is known as Live Photos, which instantly records a really short video before and after the still photos. When you press down on the photo, it seems to be alive. But have you ever thought about posting your live photos on Facebook, Instagram or other social website? Very simple, in this post we will how to this using your PC or Mac.

Convert your Live Photos to GIF Photos using your PC/Mac

To post your Live Photos to social websites, first you need to turn your iPhone Live Photos into GIF images using your Windows/Mac computer. The best choice to help you do that is iTunes Transfer. Once opened, the software will look for Live Photos from your iPhone system. When you select those you want to change, the built-in GIF Maker tool will group several Live Photos to convert them to GIF images.

Not only changing Live Photos into GIF images, iTunes Transfer can also make animated GIFs from photos and videos with an effective built-in GIF Maker plug-in and of course, you’ re able to save your Live Photos on both iPhone and computer. Then you can share your Live Photos and short video clips on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp Messenger or other social websites. To use iTunes Transfer, just follow the given steps below.

Step 1: Once you have downloaded iTunes Transfer on your computer, install, and then run it on your computer. Plug your iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6S or 6S Plus to your computer to start the process

Step 2: One left-click to Convert Live Photos to GIF images.

From the left panel, click on “Photos” to display all choices. Here, you simply click Live Photos to begin the record with all the live photos from your iPhone. You can also select the Live Photos you wish to change into GIFs; simply click on “Convert GIF” button at the top panel.

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That’s all you have to do! Now you can even share Live Photos with Android OS or the older iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices in a practical way. Do you feel the post useful? Let’s know your thoughts in the comment below.