How To Save Your Live Videos On Instagram To IPhone

 Recently, Instagram rolled out a new update that lets you save your live stream video to the Photos app as soon as you're done. This feature requires Instagram version 10.13 for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, which can be downloaded for free from the App Store.

In this brief step-by-step guide, I'll show you how you can save videos directly from Instagram to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

How To Save Your Live Videos On Instagram To IPhone

This will make it possible to keep your Instagram live video forever, reuse or edit it in live streams in other apps, or you can watch it anytime. when your device is offline.

How to save live video (live) from Instagram to iPhone or iPad

Firstly. Open the Instagram app and tap on the Camera icon in the upper left corner.

2. Click the LIVE (DIRECT) Button at the bottom, then confirm that you really want to go live by pressing the Start video live button.

3. When you are streaming on Instagram, you will see a rectangular icon with the text WINNING (LIVE) Pink in the upper left corner. When recording is finished, finish by clicking the End (End) button in the upper right corner of the screen, then confirm by tapping End live video (End Live Video).

4. You will see stats, including summaries of the users who watched your live video.

Now, click the word Save (Save) in the upper right corner to save the video directly from Instagram to the Photos library on your device. It will not save comments, likes, viewership or any direct interactions related to your live video.

Tip: You will only see this option right after the end of the live video.

It may take up to a minute for videos to be saved directly to the phone, especially long videos may take longer.

Once the live video is saved to the Photos app, it will no longer appear on Instagram. Likewise, if you don't save the video directly to your device when it's done, it will disappear from the app when you're done.

Saving videos directly from Instagram gives you the flexibility to review your videos later, share them on other social networking services, edit them with apps like iMovie, sync them across all device with iCloud Photos, Google Photos, or similar services.