How to Take Live Photos of FaceTime Videos Calls in iOS 12/11
After updating your iPhone or iPad to iOS 11, you can take live photos of FaceTime video calls on your iPhone or iPad. This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to make it.
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In the newest iOS 11, Apple makes it possible for you to take live photos while you're having a FaceTime video chat with friends and family on your iPhone or iPad. This is a fun and meaningful feature because it enables you to grab the memorable shot of the your FaceTime calls. Well, do you know how to take live photos of FaceTime videos calls on iPhone ipad in iOS 11? In fact, it’s easy to do, let’s read on.
In order to take live photos of FaceTime videos calls in iOS 11, you need to make sure that both you and the person you are FaceTiming with are updated to iOS 11. Otherwise, the capture button will be grayed out and you can’t see anything. So, if you or they haven’t updated to iOS 11, just update the iOS device at first.
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1. Enable Live Photos for FaceTime Video Chats on iOS 11 Devices
To take a live photo when having a FaceTime video chat, you'll need to enable it. It's off by default in iOS 11. Thus, if you want to take a Live Photo of someone else or allow others to take a live photo of you, both of you need to enable it. And here is how to:
Step 1. Go to Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 2. Scroll till you see FaceTime.
Enable Live Photos for FaceTime Video Chats on iOS 11 Devices - Step 2
Step 3. Turn the FaceTime Live Photos switch on.
Enable Live Photos for FaceTime Video Chats on iOS 11 Devices - Step 3
After all the preparations, updating to iOS 11 and enabling FaceTime Live Photos, then you can follow steps below to take live photos of FaceTime videos calls in iOS 11.
2. How to Take Live Photos of FaceTime Videos Calls in iOS 11
Step 1. Open Contacts on your iPhone or iPad. Find the person you want to FaceTime with.
Step 2. Send FaceTime calls and wait for accepting. After you can see each other, your FaceTime video call is in motion, whenever you want to take a live photo, just hit the camera button on the bottom left-hand corner. That’s it!
How to Take Live Photos of FaceTime Videos Calls in iOS 11
Where Do FaceTime Live Photos Go
After you hit the camera button, both you and the person you FaceTiming with will see a brief toast message stating that a FaceTime Live Photo was taken. Well, do you know where do this live photo go from FaceTime? It will be auto saved to the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad. But, one more thing you need to know that is only you can find a saved Live Photo within your Photos app. That is to say, the one hit the camera button to take a live photo can find this photo in Photos app, but both of you will receive the notification of taking live photo.
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The Bottom Line
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