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Step 3:Click “Download Album” from the drop-down menu.
Step 1:Find the video you want to download,right-click any place on the video window.Then click “Show video URL” on the pop-up window.
Facebook is a treasure trove of photos and videos of you and your friends. So here’s how to download Facebook photos and videos to your computer or phone.
Facebook will take some time to get the .zip file ready, depending on how many photos and videos you have on Facebook. This can be several gigabytes too. Once it’s done, you will get a notification to download it from Available Files. Download and unzip it to see all of your images, with albums as sub-folders.
- Downland and install the PhotoLive Chrome extension. It should be available for other browsers (and other social networks, for that matter) sometime soon, but for now, it’s Chrome or nothing.
- Navigate to a Facebook album you’ve got permission to view and click the big blue “Download Album” button on the top left. Step 2: Download Facebook album.
- This takes you to the PhotoLive site. It takes a moment to prepare and download the ZIP file, but it should happen in the background.
- Open up the ZIP file and extract the files wherever you like.
There are zillions of ways to share photos online, but Facebook is incredibly popular. If you want to save pics for offline use or to share them using other services, it’s possible to tackle them one at a time , but if you want to take an entire album at once, you need to set things up first. Here’s how to get those albums:
Thanks for the guide – odrive worked fantastic, even organized my tagged photos by the year! PicknZip didn’t work for me… logged in and didn’t show anything in the main screen. Not sure if it’s broken now or not.
Thanks for checking out the post. I haven’t faced that problem personally. I am afraid that you’ll have to download the tagged photos manually (which could be the last thing you wanna do). Next time you can set up IFTTT, as it has a function to automatically sync newly tagged Facebook pics to the cloud (e.g. your Google Drive, Dropbox, etc). Unfortunately it doesn’t work with existing tagged photos.