Posting A Video On Facebook

Posting A Video On Facebook, One of the more annoying things about Facebook has got to be the diminished quality of images and videos you upload to the service, be it through iOS's Facebook combination integration or through the official mobile app for the iPhone and iPad, a totally free download in the App Store.


Posting A Video On Facebook


For whatever factor, Facebook's mobile app defaults to low-resolution image and video uploads, likely in an effort to reduce bandwidth usage in this digital age of capped cellular information.

Fortunately, there is a simple yet not right away apparent method to set up Facebook for iPhone and iPad to tape and submit videos and photos in glorious high-definition.

Ways to allow HD uploads for video through iOS

Action 1: Release Settings on your gadget and tap on Facebook in the section with Twitter, Flickr and Vimeo integration.

Action 2: On the next screen, hit the Settings button below the Facebook logo and just above your account name.



Tip: If the Setting choice is not present there, you need to download the official mobile app, launch it and log in to Facebook within the app.

Action 3: Toggle the Upload HD button in the Video area to the ON position. Both iOS and the mobile app will now default to publishing high-definition video. Once again, that toggle won't be noticeable if you count on iOS's built-in Facebook integration however don't use the official app.



Unfortunately, iOS's Facebook integration does not permit you to make it possible for high-definition photo uploads through the Settings app For that, you should use Facebook's official mobile app, as described further listed below.

Ways to make it possible for HD uploads for video and photos through mobile app.

Action 1: Release Facebook for iPhone and iPad.

Action 2: Tap the More button in the bottom ideal corner of the interface.

Action 3: Scroll all the way down and tap on Settings.



Action 4: A sheet pops up asking if you 'd like to access your Account Settings, News Feed Preferences or Activity Log. Tap on Account Settings to continue.



Action 5: Tap on Videos and Pictures on the next screen.

Action 6: Flip the Upload HD button in both the Video Settings and Image Settings sections to the ON position.



That's it. You have actually now ensured that posting photos/videos through the mobile app occurs in high-definition so your snaps and videos will look sharp to others on Facebook.

Tip: If you disable the Upload HD alternative for video in iOS's Settings app, its equivalent in the mobile app gets flipped to the OFF position, too, and vice versa.

HD uploads and bandwidth issues.

Needless to state, HD videos produce larger file sizes so you'll wait longer for the transfer to complete. More significantly, HD upload may be especially worrying for individuals who are on a metered cellular strategy.

To prevent undesirable charges on your month-to-month wireless expense, ensure that you're on Wi-Fi prior to publishing high-resolution video on Facebook.

Likewise, think about temporarily disabling iOS 9's new feature called Wi-Fi Assist that immediately changes to your provider's information network if your Wi-Fi connection is poor, even if cellular data is handicapped in Setting.

Suggested video settings.

If you're intending on exporting your video from editing software application such as Final Cut Pro X or iMovie, Facebook advises the following custom settings for best outcomes:.

  • H. 264 video with AAC audio in MOV or MP4 format.

  • An aspect ratio no bigger than 1280px large and divisible by 16px.

  • A frame rate at, or below, 30fps.

  • Stereo audio with a sample rate of 44,100 hz.


Videos shared on Facebook should be less than 45 minutes long and smaller sized than 1.75 gigabytes. The longer your video is, the larger its file size will be and this "may impact the quality of the video," according to Facebook.

Go here for the complete list of supported video formats on Facebook.

And as discussed previously, iOS's Facebook combination does not have the option to turn on high-resolution photo publishes so best thing you allow HD uploads for both photos and video directly in the mobile Facebook app.

Publishing photos and videos to Facebook through mobile app.

To upload an image or video to Facebook, open the mobile app and tap Photo at the top of your News Feed, or Share Photo at the top of your Timeline.

Select the videos and photos you want to publish and tap Done.

Optionally select who can see your post, tag pals, add a location and write a custom-made message.

Hit the Post button to publish your media on Facebook.



Your video must be processed on Facebook's servers before others can see it on the service. When it's all set to see, you'll get an alert.

If a video has been shared as Public, the variety of views will be shown listed below the video, but just on videos posted after September 8, 2014. When you publish a video on Facebook as a Page you manage, you can see other metrics about video viewing behavior from a desktop.

Posting images and videos on Facebook through iOS.

iOS's integrated Facebook integration lets you upload pictures or videos to the service from any app, consisting of Apple's stock Photos app, via the multi-purpose Share menu.



As revealed on the screenshot above, publishing pictures and videos in my Cam roll to Facebook is a cinch. I just select wanted images and/or videos in the Photos app and select the Facebook alternative in the Share menu.

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