Instagram Adds Face Filters For Live Video

Sep

24

2017

The Facebook – based Image Sharing Platform announced Thursday that it has added face filters, which install digital graphical add-ons such as sunglasses to the face, to direct video features. Such filters were previously available for images and Instagram stories, Post a collection of videos and photos that disappear after 24 hours.

The platform had previously introduced face filters, which add visual effects on the face, in May, so that they were available only for the videos and images taken first and then published on the Instagram stories afterwards, while all current faces filters are now available for live videos , And there is a new face filter exclusively for live streaming videos.

The new filter features a lens with lens reflections that can change the scene through a single click. It is exclusive to live streaming videos until next week. Face filters can be used during streaming videos with ease, so filters can be applied either before broadcast or broadcast By clicking on the face icon in the lower right corner of Instagram Live Instagram interface.

The company pointed out that it has begun adding filters today, but it may take several weeks to reach this change to all users in the world, and the parent company Facebook has previously added those filters to its service to broadcast live Facebook Live Facebook Live, Which will help the user hide as much of his face as possible from his viewers.

The Snape Chat application was the first to introduce the feature of stories and face filters, but the social networking platform Facebook copied those features. Facebook brought stories to all of its main applications including Instagram, WattsUp, Facebook Messenger and the same main application Facebook, this feature comes as part of the photo sharing platform plan to slowly switch to a matching platform for chat chips, by augmenting enhanced reality features within the application.

There are some reports that the photo sharing platform is testing an unwelcome change to the way it is used to display images. The view of images within an account changes from a wide three-element network to a large four-element network, Destroys how users arrange their photos in their personal accounts.

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