If you watch one of a friend’s videos, Facebook will now try to get you to watch more with a new carousel of suggested videos that appears after you view one in the mobile News Feed. Reminiscent of YouTube’s Related Videos, Facebook confirms the existence of this fresh laidback experience in Facebook for iOS that I spotted over the weekend.
I know this phone can take great video. Problem is, I share a lot of them on Facebook. I see people uploading videos with an old iPhone 4s or even some of the cheap Android handsets that looks better than my 1020. Even my old 920 videos looked better on Facebook. Any ideas of how to improve the situation. Even with HD turned on in Facebook, the videos still look grainy and bad.
I am having problem with video download from Facebook since it's last update. Before when I'd click a video I'd open prompt pop-up to select the application to play video with or to download, but since Facebook's last updated videos get played automatically when I click on it.
FB could look a lot more like TV soon. While Vine and Instagram Video are booming, you don’t see many people natively uploading videos to Facebook. But now Facebook is bringing auto-play for native videos to all users after testing the feature in September.
I've got a classmate who recently purchased a GS3.She's not that much into phones and by that I mean that she didn't update any single app.She asked for my help today but I couldn't get it working.
I can watch videos on the YouTube app with no problem but the problem is on the Facebook part.I can play videos on the Facebook app but there is no image;only sound.It does the same if I try to d
Hi, I am new here, hopefully I have posted this in an acceptable place. Does anyone have a NOTE 3/or android and have problems viewing videos in HD on Facebook? If it's a video that I've taken it looks fine, but the second I upload it to Facebook it looks HORRIBLE. Also, I uploaded an HD video from my computer to Facebook and it looks amazing on my computer. It looks horrible on the NOTE 3.
Facebook seems to think Google+ is onto something with news feeds full of moving stuff instead of a static presentation and is now preparing to go down that path with advertisements. According to Facebook, they have been testing a new system for the display of videos so that they start playing automatically in a user’s News Feed without any action by a user.
The News Feed is about to get a lot more lively. Just days after pushing its auto-play feature for videos to all mobile users, today we spotted auto-playing videos on Facebook.com, and the company confirms to me “we’re continuing a wider rollout of in-line video on web”.