How to upload a video from your smartphone to a webcam
The video-sharing app Instagram recently added a feature to its mobile app that allows users to upload videos from their smartphones to an online webcam.
The feature was first reported by TechCrunch.
The ability to upload to the webcam comes after the company announced it would offer video editing and other features to video editors through a free beta, as part of its $100 million Series B investment in the company.
While the video-editing feature may not be available to everyone at the moment, it’s expected to be a big addition for Instagram users.
A video editor on the video editing team on Instagram, who asked not to be named, said the video editor is able to quickly upload a series of videos to the app’s online webcam, and then view and edit them.
“We are going to bring in more video editing to the Instagram video editor feature,” he said.
“This will be a huge addition to the video editors.”
The video editor, who is also an Instagram developer, added that the video upload feature will allow the video to be shared on the app, and also on other platforms.
“It is possible that other apps and platforms can integrate with this feature,” the video manager added.
“So far, Instagram has not integrated with other apps.”
Instagram said it is also working with a video production company, which is also the developer of the video sharing feature, to help bring the feature to other platforms, such as Google Photos and Snapchat.
A Google spokesperson told TechCrunch the company does not have a plan to integrate video editing with Instagram at this time.