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When it comes to expressing my feelings to the fullest, I never shy to let the words go across the line. And, there is no reason why I should hold them back in this amazing world where social networking apps rule the roost.

“Facebook Live” has been primed to let you live stream your video to your friends or public. It's a nice feature to let your views hit across the line.

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How to use Live Facebook Video on iPhone

How about live streaming your video using Facebook on your iOS device? Sounds interesting, isn't it? Let's give it a try!

How to Use “Facebook Live Video” on iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Launch Facebook on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, tap on Live located at the top center right under the search bar.

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Tap on Live Tab in Facebook on iPhone

(Alternately, you can tap on text field –What's in your mind your mind?-and then select Live Video)

Tap on Live Video in Facebook on iPhone

Step #3. Next, you need to allow Facebook the access to your Camera and Microphone.

Tap on Allow Access in Facebook on iPhoneTap on Privacy then Camera on iPhoneAllow Camera Access to Facebook on iPhone

Step #4. Now, you have to write something about your video. Tap on Describe your live video.

Add Caption to Facebook Live Video

Step #5. You can switch between the rear camera and front shooter by tapping on the arrow icon at the top right corner.

Change Camera for Video for Facebook on iPhone

Step #6. Once you are ready, tap on the “Go Live”.

Record Live Facebook Video on iPhone

(In case, there is poor internet connection, you will see “Your connection is not strong enough to go” above the keyboard. Tap on it.)

A popup will appear on the screen saying your video is likely to have connection issues. It would suggest you to move to a different location or try to change your Wi-Fi network.

If you think that the internet connection is fine, tap on Go Live Anyway.)

Step #7. Finally, with 3, 2, 1 countdown the live streaming will start off. Showcase your talent to the heart's content. Once you are done, tap on Finish at the bottom left corner.

End Up Live Video on Facebook

How to Download and Share Facebook Live Video on iPhone/iPad

After you have recorded the video, you can Post it as usual. If you want to download it to your Camera Roll, simply tap on the downward arrow icon.

Save Facebook Live Video to iPhone Camera Roll

You have the option to choose your audience as well; if you didn't select it earlier. To do so, tap on Friends and select the preferred option.

Choose Audiance for Facebook Live Video

If you don't like the video and want to delete it. Simply tap on Delete button at the bottom and confirm it.

That's it! Now, go ahead and live stream as many videos as you want.

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