If the photos and videos you uploaded on Facebook appeared to be pixelated or the playback is low quality, this post will help you enhance it. Here’s a quick guide on how to edit and manage Facebook video settings to ensure that your uploads are of the highest quality.
Many people would prefer to view photos and video uploads that are high definition. Considering the galaxy s20‘s built-in camera specs, rendering high quality or high-definition photos and videos shouldn’t be a problem. All you have to do is make necessary adjustments to some settings in order to produce the desired quality for videos and images. Read on for more detailed instructions.
Easy steps to edit or manage Facebook Video Settings on Galaxy S20
Time Needed : 5 minutes
The following steps will help you configure photo and video settings on your Galaxy S20 Facebook app. Feel free to refer to this walkthrough if you need help on how to update high-definition photos and videos on Facebook for Android app.
- To get started, open the Facebook app.
You can find the Facebook app among other app shortcuts on the Apps viewer. To access the viewer, swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen.
- From the Facebook main screen, tap the Menu icon.
Just look for the three horizontal lines on the upper-rightmost corner of the screen.
A list of menu options will then populate.
- Scroll down and tap Settings & Privacy.
The main settings for your Facebook account will be displayed.
- Tap Settings to continue.
On the next screen you will see additional settings for your account information, security, privacy and more.
- Scroll down to the Media and Contacts section then tap Media and Contacts.
Doing so will show up a new screen wherein you can manage photo, video and sound controls.
- To set Facebook video updates in high quality, tap to turn on the switch next to Upload Videos in HD.
Videos that you upload on Facebook will then be set to a high-definition format.
You can also set Facebook photo uploads in high quality. To do this, just tap to turn on the switch next to Update Photos in HD.
With this setting, all photos uploaded on your Facebook account are in high-definition format.
- Android 10
- One UI 2.0 and later
- Galaxy S20
Having trouble with Facebook video uploads?
If by any chance, you will encounter problems when adding or uploading a video, verify and ensure that the video is in a supported file format. As recommended, use MOV or MP4. You can use a video software like iMovie to change the image or video formats.
Other factors that you need to consider are the length and size of the video file you’re uploading. The maximum file size is 4GB and the maximum length is 120 minutes.
Aside from MOV and MP4 videos, you can also upload other file types including wmv (Windows Media Video),gif (Graphics Interchange Format), flv (Flash Video), and more. You can view a complete list of supported videos on the Facebook support page.
High speed internet connection is also one of the requisites. Note that the actual quality of images and videos viewed on Facebook may also depreciate if the connection is not stable or sluggish. This means that your Facebook photo and video uploads can appear hideos even if they’re originally uploaded in HD format.
There are also third-party apps you can use to fix pixelated videos, if needed. Among these apps include Video Enhancer, VirtualDub, Fix Player as well as plug-ins for widely-used video editing programs like Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro.
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