In Downloadsource.es we have already shown you step by step how to publish GIFs in your Tweets. This is really easy however many iPhone users wonder if they could use their Live Photos to be posted as GIFs on Twitter through your Tweets. As many of you already know, with iPhone we can take dynamic photos similar to GIFs is what is known as Live Photos.
Related: How to post GIFs to your Twitter Tweets (PC, Android and iOS)
Also in downloadsource.es we have shown you how to convert Live Photos into GIF which would allow us to publish them on Twitter as GIF. However, this process is longer than posting Live Photos directly to Twitter. However, this is now a thing of the past, as Twitter will automatically convert Live Photos to GIF.
Before starting you should know that to tweet a Live Photo, we will need to enable the Live Photo function within the iPhone or iPad camera application and then take an image. Obviously, you can also use the Live Photos that you have saved on your iPhone’s reel.
Without, more then we want to show you step by step how to publish your iPhone Live Photos as GIF on your Twitter account through your Tweet:
Tweet Live Photos as GIF from your iPhone or iPad.
– The first thing we will have to do is open the Camera of your iPhone and in the upper central part of the screen you will see the icon in the form of a circle which you must press to activate (yellow) the Live Photos.
– Everything is ready to take a photo which will automatically be a Live Photo.
– Now that we have the Live Photo, it’s time to tweet it, so we’ll have to open the Twitter app. Once here you will have to open the editor for a new Tweet.
– When the editor is open you will see how a carousel with the photos that is on the reel of your iPhone is displayed. Here will be where you will have to select the Live Photos which is easy to identify by the icon that this photo shows in its thumbnail.
– After selecting said photo, it will now be shown in the Tweet in an enlarged way, you will also see a crossed-out GIF icon. To convert it into a GIF, you only have to click on that icon so that now the photo is animated and is a GIF.
– Finally, you only have to add text if you wish and publish it.
Note: Although in this tutorial we have shown you how to publish a Live Photo as GIF in a Tweet, the truth is that you can publish this type of photos as GIF in “Retweets with comments”, responses and DM.
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