How to use Instagram Dual
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(Pocket-lint) – Instagram has added a new feature called Dual, which lets you use both your front and back cameras.
The idea is that you can record something interesting, while also recording your reaction to that event, and both will appear on screen at the same time.
If you’ve ever watched a streamer on Twitch, you’re probably familiar with this format: the gameplay takes center stage, but a smaller front camera shows the streamer’s reactions.
Now that we know what it is, here’s how to access it:
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How to create a double video
- Open your Instagram app and tap theMore icon at the top to create a post.
- From the drop-down menu, select Reel
- On the left side of your screen you will see many icons, tap the down arrow to view more.
- Select the camera icon labeled Double
- Press the big reel icon in the center to record your video.
- Once you’re done, you can continue to edit your video or add filters and effects before publishing it.
What are the other new features?
In addition to the addition of Dual, Instagram has introduced a series of changes to how Dual works. Reals.
Crucially, Reels is becoming the default format for all video content on the platform. Now when you post a video less than 15 minutes, it automatically becomes a reel.
We’re announcing new features that make collaborating, creating, and sharing Reels easier and more fun. These updates include:
Merge reel videos
– Coil models
– Improved remixes
– Dual camera
Check them out and tell me what you think pic.twitter.com/XZUiqmANSX-
Adam Mosseri (@mosseri) July 21, 2022
There will no longer be a separate tab for Videos and Reels on your profile, they will both be consolidated into a single tab.
There are many new features for Remixes, including new layout choices and the ability to create a Remix from a photo post.
Instagram has also introduced a variety of Templates to make creating Remixes easier than ever.
Written by Luke Baker.