Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu PC


Quieres editar tus fotografías desde el PC y subirlas a instagram, pero crees que es un engorro pasarlas al móvil para poder usar la aplicación ??

Bien pues ahora ya puedes subir fotos a Instagram desde un navegador sin necesidad de usar la aplicación. La plataforma para compartir fotos ha activado esta opción para la versión móvil del sitio web.

Y esto significa que con un pequeño truco, también puedes usar esta función para subir imágenes a Instagram directamente desde un equipo de escritorio.

Es una rápida y excelente opción si lo que quieres es editar tu imagen desde el PC sin pasar por la aplicación móvil.

También veremos cuales son los tamaños adecuados y recomendados para subir tus imágenes y que instagram no las recorte.

Y para ello solo necesitamos 5 sencillos pasos :

  1. Inicia sesión en Instagram
  2. Accede a las opciones de desarrollador del navegador.
  3. Entra a la vista móvil del sitio
  4. Presiona F5 para que te salga el icono de más (+) y selecciónalo
  5. Elige la imagen que quieres publicar

 

1. Iniciar sesión en Instagram

Abre un navegador web, puedes usar cualquiera de los mas conocidos, entra a Instagram (https://www.instagram.com) e inicia sesión con tu cuenta.

Inicio de sesión en instagram. Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu PC

2. Accede a las opciones de desarrollador

Haz clic con el botón derecho en cualquier punto de la página y selecciona «Inspeccionar», es la ultima opción del menú, para abrir las opciones de desarrollador del navegador (también puedes hacerlo con el atajo Command+Alt+I, si usas Mac; o Ctrl+Mayús+I, en Windows).

Opciones de desarrollador. Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu PC

3. Entra a la vista móvil del sitio

Podemos cambiar a la versión móvil de Instagram muy fácilmente. Solo hay que hacer clic en el símbolo con dos cuadrados azules a la izquierda de la barra superior de opciones (atajo de teclado Command+Mayús+M para Mac, Ctrl+Mayús+M para PC). Así, estarán disponibles también las opciones móviles:

Accede a la vista móvil. Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu PC

 

4. Presiona F5 para que te salga el icono de más (+) y selecciónalo

Una vez que tengas la versión móvil, presiona F5 para actualizar la pagina en tu PC y aparezca el signo de más, con el cual podremos subir fotos

F5 para ver signo +. Cómo subir fotos a Instagram desde tu PC

Consejos sobre el tamaño

Recuerda que es mejor tener preparada tu fotografía en el pc antes de subirla para que instagram no te la recorte y así evitar sorpresas.

Lo que debes saber es que aunque sus imágenes se vean a un tamaño de 600 x 600 px se recomienda subirlas a 1080 x 1080 px.

  • Foto de perfil: 180×180
  • Imagen cuadrada: 1080×1080
  • Imagen horizontal: 1080×566
  • Imagen vertical: 1080×1350
  • Story: 1080×1920
  • Vídeo cuadrado: 1080×1080
  • Vídeo vertical (ideal para IGTV): 1080×1920

Si tu foto está en horizontal puedes subirla a 1080 x 566 px, aunque Instagram la mostrará a 600 x 400 px. Y si está en vertical la podrás subir a 1080 x 1350 px, y se mostrará a 600 x 749 px.



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