How to record or post a video with Instagram?

Instagram videos, which have been limited to 15 seconds since they were introduced in June 2013, can now extend to a full minute. Recording a video with Instagram is simple and easy. 

Follow these steps to take a video with Instagram:
  1. Open Instagram app.
  2. Tap the plus sign located at the bottom of your app screen. Then switch to 'Video' tab, press & hold the 'capture' button to start recording. The video recording limit is 1 min only. Which means you can not record a video longer than 60 seconds. 
  3. Lift your finger off the button to stop recording. 
  4. Tap 'Next' to add a filter and then share your video, exactly as you would with a photo that you've taken with Instagram or selected from your phone's photo library. 
  5. But it's worth noting that video recording is currently only available on the iOS and Android versions of Instagram, and isn't yet an option for Windows Phone users.

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