You can not download anyone's photo direct from Facebook-owned photo and video sharing app Instagram. Only videos uploaded on this cannot be saved. In this way, many users use screenshots for photos while using apps like screen recorder to save the video. However, now it will not be easy to do so because Facebook is going to take a tough step for it.
To deal with these types of cases, Facebook Rights Manager is also going to release its photo-sharing app Instagram.
Anyone on this platform can file a copy of their copyrights. Facebook has given this information through its blog post. The company wrote in his blog, "If you have a copyright problem about your content, then you can visit the Rights Manager page and log in with your Facebook account and keep an eye on your video and content on Instagram and claim copyright. '
According to the information, once Instagram is enabled by the rights manager, the content of both Facebook and Instagram can be tracked. After that, you can also report on Facebook for violation of copyright laws. According to the company, the rights manager will be given the option of an automatic block and monitor video.
Once you open the Instagram on the Snaptube app, you can search for your favorite video or tap on three dots on the right side in the top of the video that appears in the feed. After taping on three dots, a box will appear in front of you, in which you will have to tap 'copy share URL'. After that, the download sign will come under the video and then you will get a notification to download the video. Tapping on that notification will bring you a box in which you have to tap on download video as 'mp4'.