Facebook is not just about still pictures; you can upload your videos to easily share them with your network. You can also ...
record and share video greetings for friends. In order to keep junk videos out though, Facebook requires that you or someone in your network appears in the video. You can even send videos straight from your phone to Facebook!
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Welcome back to Facebook for Grownups. With the Facebook account you have the ability to upload your own videos to share with your friends, record and send video message with your webcam instantly and some videos to Facebook from your mobile phone.
Uploading your own video is easy. Click on upload, browse and select the file from your computer. The file needs to be under 100 megabytes and under two minutes. It’s also needs to have been created by you or one of your friend and include either you or one of your friends.
After the video has uploaded enter a title, a description and choose who you want to be able to view the video. After you save it, your video will appear in your video section. You can then tag the video to show who is in it by typing in their name.
Now your videos are ready to be viewed and commented on. If you have a webcam then just click record, give Facebook access to your webcam and record as you normally would. If you have video capabilities on your mobile phone then first send then load video to Video@Facebook.com and enter in the verification code here that you receive. You'll then be able to send videos right to Facebook from your mobile phone.
Remember there are ten parts to this series so don’t forget to check out the other parts in the Facebook for Grownups series.