Facebook Video Post

Facebook Video Post, One of the more irritating things about Facebook has actually got to be the diminished quality of images and videos you submit to the service, be it via iOS's Facebook integration combination or through the main mobile app for the iPhone and iPad, a totally free download in the App Shop.

Facebook Video Post

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

Fortunately, there is an easy yet not immediately obvious way to configure Facebook for iPhone and iPad to tape-record and upload videos and pictures in marvelous high-definition.

Ways to make it possible for 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 combination.

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

Tip: If the Setting alternative 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 section to the ON position. Both iOS and the mobile app will now default to uploading high-definition video. Once again, that toggle won't show up if you depend on iOS's built-in Facebook integration but do not utilize the main app.

Sadly, iOS's Facebook combination does not enable you to enable high-definition picture uploads through the Settings app For that, you must utilize Facebook's official mobile app, as described further below.

How to enable HD uploads for video and photos through mobile app.

Action 1: Launch Facebook for iPhone and iPad.

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

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

Action 4: A sheet pops up asking if you wish 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: Turn the Upload HD button in both the Video Settings and Picture Settings sections to the ON position.

That's it. You've now made sure that publishing photos/videos through the mobile app happens in high-definition so your snaps and videos will look sharp to others on Facebook.

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

HD uploads and bandwidth issues.

Needless to say, HD videos produce bigger file sizes so you'll wait longer for the transfer to complete. More notably, HD upload may be especially concerning for people who are on a metered cellular strategy.

To prevent unwanted charges on your regular monthly wireless bill, ensure that you're on Wi-Fi prior to posting high-resolution video on Facebook.

Likewise, think about temporarily disabling iOS 9's brand-new function called Wi-Fi Assist that automatically changes to your carrier's information network if your Wi-Fi connection is poor, even if cellular data is disabled in Setting.

Suggested video settings.

If you're planning on exporting your video from modifying software such as Last Cut Pro X or iMovie, Facebook recommends the following custom-made settings for finest results:.

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

  • An element ratio no larger than 1280px broad 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 needs to be less than 45 minutes long and smaller than 1.75 gigabytes. The longer your video is, the bigger its file size will be and this "might impact the quality of the video," inning accordance with Facebook.

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

And as discussed previously, iOS's Facebook integration lacks the option to turn on high-resolution image uploads so best thing you enable HD uploads for both images and video straight in the mobile Facebook app.

Posting images and videos to Facebook through mobile app.

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

Select the videos and photos you wish to upload and tap Done.

Additionally choose who can see your post, tag friends, include a location and write a custom message.

Strike the Post button to release your media on Facebook.

Your video must be processed on Facebook's servers prior to others can see it on the service. When it's ready to view, you'll get a notification.

If a video has actually been shared as Public, the number of views will be displayed below the video, but just on videos posted after September 8, 2014. When you post a video on Facebook as a Page you handle, you can see other metrics about video viewing habits from a desktop.

Publishing pictures and videos on Facebook through iOS.

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

As revealed on the screenshot above, publishing images and videos in my Video camera roll to Facebook is a cinch. I just select preferred photos and/or videos in the Photos app and choose the Facebook option in the Share menu.

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