How Do You Save a Facebook Video to Your Camera Roll?

Have you ever come across a video on Facebook that you wanted to save to your camera roll? Maybe it’s a video of a beautiful landscape or an adorable pet that you want to keep forever.

Whatever the reason, it’s actually quite easy to save Facebook videos to your camera roll. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the simple steps to do so.

Step 1: Find the Facebook Video You Want to Save

The first step is obviously finding the video you want to save. Scroll through your newsfeed until you come across the video you want. Alternatively, you can search for specific videos using Facebook’s search bar.

Step 2: Click on the Video

Once you have found the video, click on it to open it up in full screen mode. This will allow you to see all the options available for that particular video.

Step 3: Click on the three dots

In the bottom right corner of the video player, there are three dots that indicate additional options. Click on these dots and a menu will appear with several options.

Step 4: Select “Save Video”

Amongst these options is “Save Video”. Clicking on this option will initiate downloading of the Facebook video onto your device.

Step 5: Go to Your Camera Roll

Once the download is complete, head over to your camera roll where you’ll find the saved Facebook video. It should be located amongst other photos and videos in your camera roll.


  • If clicking and holding on “Save Video” does not work, try refreshing your page before attempting again.
  • If “Save Video” is not an option when clicking on three dots, then that means that particular person has disabled downloads for their videos.


Saving Facebook videos to your camera roll is an incredibly easy process. Just follow the simple steps mentioned above and you can save any Facebook video you want with ease.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that downloading videos without the consent of the creator or owner may violate copyright laws. So, use this feature responsibly and only download videos that you have permission to use.