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John Harun Mwau -Sharing Videos On Facebook

John Harun Mwau -Sharing Videos on Facebook
Use the Your Videos page to view a single video.

Click the Tag This Video link to open a field below the player
area and type in the name of the person you're tagging. Click the
Done Tagging button when you finish.

Click the Delete Video link to remove the video entirely. You'll
have to confirm the removal by clicking the Delete button that
appears when Facebook warns you that the deletion is permanent.

You can use the rotation icons to rotate the video clockwise or
counterclockwise, if needed.

Click the Embed this Video link to open an Embed Your Video
box containing the coding needed to embed the video on any web
page. Just copy and paste the coding.

Recording a New Video

If your computer has a built-in camera and microphone, or if you have a
digital video recorder you can hook up to your computer, you can record
your own video clips to post on Facebook. With a little help from Adobe's
Flash Player, you can record and place the clips directly into Facebook,

Recording a New Video

where they can be viewed on your profile page as well as the news feed
out on the Home page.

Follow these steps to record a new video:

Open the Video tab on your profile page and click the Record
Facebook displays the Create a New Video page, as shown in
Figure 9.9, and a tiny Flash Player Settings dialog box in the
middle requesting to allow Facebook access to your camera.
Depending on the box you see, click the Allow radio button or
the Allow check box.
FIGURE 9.9 Before you start recording, you must allow Facebook access to
your camera.

Depending on your prompt box, you might need to close it to
continue; click Close.
When you're ready to start recording, click the Record button, as
shown in Figure 9.10.

LESSON 9: Sharing Videos

FIGURE 9.10 Click Record and yell "action," and the movie is roll

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