This if off the beaten path for me, but I had a hard time figuring out how to do this and want to keep a record of the pathway.
I had just recorded a Facebook Live video of my daughter and I playing a flute duet. Another daughter helped do the recording. I did have the foresight to ask her if she knew if we could save a FB live video. She figured it out quickly and it was saved.
Now, at this point, it was not clear to me where it was saved and for how long. So, I got onto the video on my iPhone and and clicked on the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner of the video post. This also gave me the option to save the video. It showed up under the tab Your Videos. Here are some screen shots to show that.
Step One: Saving the Video
Step Two: Finding the Saved Video
Step Three: Downloading the Video
The next step was to click on the video itself. When it opened, I could find “Options” in the middle right bottom under the video.
You can go to FB to watch the video of our lovely flute duet using this link (even if you don’t have a FB account), or you can watch the download of it where I have embedded it below (we a finishing up our tuning for just a few second at first):
The music is a little known, but considered traditional, Christmas song titled Pat-a-Pan. The duet is from the book published by Last Resort Music, which I have linked to next.
We are now practicing their rendition of Greensleeves and hope to have more fun with Facebook Live!