Great news for bloggers, writers and web editors! Now you can embed Facebook videos anytime on your blogs and websites (Just like YouTube) / Digital Information World


Facebook recently updated its video integration settings whereby users can share already uploaded Facebook videos anytime, on other websites and blogs. A new option has been introduced in its video posting settings whereby creators can select a time of their choice to post a video for playback.

In the video embed setting, an option will be provided where people can select a start time for their playing video. Along with updating the time, users can choose a particular piece of video to play rather than the entire video clip. This will help the viewer to stay focused on the selected part.

Besides, YouTube had the same idea a long time ago. However, coding experts can use their abilities to accomplish the same functionality on Facebook by inserting t =[chosen frame start]”operand. However, the majority of people don’t know the parameters of the code and some people are too busy to research how to get this functionality. It will be a useful choice for this approach allowing viewers to watch only the essential sections of the video Facebook.

For YouTube, this feature is easy to activate and people are used to it. What it will do is only allow people to watch a specific piece of a playback video. Likewise, on Facebook, users can cut a particular part of the video that they like to show to viewers and add it to their Facebook video. Additionally, users can now choose what time they want to download a video to upload. This makes it easier for users to set the time and organize their Facebook page or group smoothly.

People who are good at coding and know how to do it right will easily go for this particular option to take advantage of this update. Otherwise, just go to the video embed settings and click embed to select the time. Set the desired time and the video or its selected part will be downloaded at that particular time.

Downloading a single selective track instead of an entire playback video will increase user interaction and keep the video relevant to the topic they are interested in.

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