When you get back from a vacation one of the things that you probably think of doing is uploading the photos and videos that you snapped onto Facebook to share with your friends and family. Before you do so however, you may need to convert your videos to a format that Facebook supports, or one that is more optimized so that it turns out well.
The easiest way by far to convert and share travel videos on Facebook is by using the Movavi Video Converter for Windows. It is intuitive and will allow you to optimize your videos with just a few clicks. Matter of fact, all you need to do is follow these steps:
- Click on the ‘Add Video’ button to select the video (or videos) that you’d like to convert and upload to Facebook. Alternatively if you want to add a DVD click the ‘Add DVD’ button instead.
- Click the ‘Convert to’ list and then the ‘Video and audio formats’ option. Locate the ‘Online Video’ category and select the preset for ‘Facebook’. By doing so, the software will automatically use settings that will optimize the video for Facebook.
- Click the ‘Upload to’ list and find the ‘Upload to Facebook’ option. If it is the first time you’re using this option you’ll be prompted to install the free ‘Movavi Share Online’ app.
- Click ‘Convert’ to start the conversion. When it is done the Movavi Share Online app will automatically open and ask for authorization to upload the video to Facebook.
If you feel that you could use some more detailed instructions, just head over to: http://www.movavi.com/support/how-to/how-to-upload-video-to-facebook.html.
All said and done, the entire process is really very easy though and you should be able to pull it off without a hitch. If you’d like to upload the video to other video sharing websites such as YouTube, you’ll find that there are presets designed to do so as well. Effectively this will allow you to flexibility to decide where and how you want to share your videos.
Go ahead and try it out firsthand. Odds are you’ll be able to figure out exactly how to use it in just a matter of minutes and from there on out you’ll have no problems at all converting and sharing videos in the future.