How to Post a Pre-Recorded Video to Instagram?

Instagram has always been known for its wide range of filters, but the service also lets users add more pizzazz to their photos by using stickers, emoji, and doodles. If you are willing to Post a Pre-Recorded Video to Instagram then, read on.
Following are the steps to Post a Pre-Recorded Video to Instagram:
  1. Video Length: The maximum length for videos on Instagram should be 60seconds. 
  2. Make it a square: Instagram allows you to portrait & landscape your images & videos but still it needs to be in a square format. If you do not make it in a square ration then Instagram automatically trims the video & you will see a strange looking frame.
  3. Save it to your photo gallery: If you use any of the file sharing services on your phone then that is a great way to transfer a video from your computer to phone. You can also email the video to yourself if it's in a supportive length. Save the video to your photo gallery so Instagram can easily access it. 
  4. Upload it: Now play and see the video then edit with filter and post your video. And you are done.

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