The best way to upload pictures to Facebook Video
The best way to upload pictures to Facebook Video Transcript
FaceBook recently -- his program and many people guess the social network one it's on that retro photo functionality for FaceBook users. Now FaceBook cameras here that's got plenty of features to be excited about. I'm Jason Parker for CNET and this is a first look at FaceBook -- Answer -- rocketed in popularity because of its filters that made every day but as fancy and the social platform that made sharing -- The new FaceBook camera app for iPhone offers many of the features people loved about instrument and adds new ones that FaceBook users will certainly appreciated. Reticent as you launch via you can see the camera icon and upper left for taking a picture which I'll get to in a moment. The you can also see thumbnails of your latest shots. Below that as your FaceBook feed with great big images posted by -- friends and options select the photo or common on the post in the lower left. The new layout is excellent for viewing photos I think we'll be easy for FaceBook fans to -- -- -- But back at the top you have the option to snap a fresh picture or you can swipe downwards to access photos in your photo library. One thing you'll notice here is that you have an option with the FaceBook camera app to batch upload photos by touching all the images you want to use. Notice how the post button in the lower right shows how many you have selected. From there you can touch the post button to bring up options for the location of the shop. Tag has many friends as you like. -- touch post in the upper right to send them to your FaceBook feed. You also can hit the gear icon and choose who can see the photos. As many FaceBook fans probably already now all of these features were sorely lacking in the regular FaceBook that. Snapping pictures is just as -- it simply tap the camera icon and upper left open the camera. After you snap a picture you can use the tools at the bottom for cropping and adding effects. The crop -- brings up a grid and you can touch and drag each corner to frame your subject. You also can use the rotate button at the bottom to make sure your photos post with the right orientation. When you're finished hit the check box. Now you're ready to add effects the FaceBook camera offers fourteen effects to choose from and you can swipe through touch any of them to preview what will look like. -- boost for my. With the effects elected he can hit the post button to add the location tag your friends and -- a headline like at an earlier. The -- camera app is available now for free at iTunes App Store and I think any FaceBook user should download this app immediately. Thanks for watching everyone's has been a first look for the FaceBook can see -- next.
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