Whether you're creating cinemagraphs on Cinemagraph Pro for iOS or Cinemagraph Pro for macOS, you can share them on Instagram in a few simple steps.

Cinemagraph Pro for iOS

There are two ways you can share your cinemagraphs on your Instagram feed using Cinemagraph Pro for iOS.

  1. When you're done editing your cinemagraph, tap Done
  2. Select Export
  3. Increase the number of repetitions by selecting Instagram under Repetitions
  4. Tap Share and select Instagram
  5. Enter a caption and post your cinemagraph to Instagram

Note: If you don't see the Instagram app in your sharing options, swipe to the end of the list and tap More to view your Activities. Turn on Instagram and tap Done. Select Instagram in your sharing options which will open your cinemagraph in a new post on Instagram.

OR

  1. When you're done editing your cinemagraph, tap Done
  2. Select Export
  3. Increase the number of repetitions by selecting Instagram under Repetitions
  4. Tap Save and select Photo Library
  5. Open Instagram and upload your cinemagraph in a new post


Cinemagraph Pro for macOS

  1. Export your cinemagraph by selecting Export (⌘E) at the upper right corner of the app or under the File menu
  2. Select H.264 (MP4) under Format
  3. Increase the number of repetitions to equal 20 - 60 seconds. All videos under 60 seconds uploaded to Instagram have the ability to autoplay and loop. 
  4. Click Next and name your file
  5. Transfer the cinemagraph to your mobile device via email, AirDrop, Dropbox, or another file transfer service
  6. Open Instagram and upload your cinemagraph

Instagram Stories

Stories are a unique way to share the moments of your day without the concern of flooding your profile with excessive posts. Stories appear in a slideshow format and disappear after 24 hours. Tap on the camera icon at the top left corner of the app and select the small square to the left of the flash icon to browse your recent content. Choose your cinemagraph, make any edits, and tap Your Story to share your story with the world!

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