Video sharing on Facebook is much easier than other video sharing sites. But on Facebook when we scroll our timeline page and see some shared video, then the video play automatically. Many people ignore this. But Auto Video play problem is bad for those people, who don’t have unlimited INTERNET Plan. And if they are on 3G or 4G LTE with 1GB or 2GB plan, Then they’ll not know when the data finished. So if you are also facing such as problem and not familiar with how to change Videos quality and disable Auto videos play settings on Facebook. Follow the process below to solve this problem.
Change Video Play quality and disable Auto-Play Videos:
By default on Facebook Video play quality set to Default. With Default Facebook will automatically select best Video quality between SD or HD according to your Internet Speed. But if you are using 3G & 4G LTE, then Facebook will be played HD Video (If it available in HD). It is because you are using High Speed Wireless data.
Secondly if you don’t like Auto-Play Videos feature, then you can disable this auto play and can save your limited Internet data plan. To changing video quality and disabling Auto-Play Videos option. You will need to go in Video Settings on Facebook. Click here to Go to Facebook Video Settings.
If above link is not working then click on ∇ dropdown menu icon at the top right bar. And choose Settings from the menu. Now Click on Videos option available in left pane.
Change Video Playing Quality:
To change Video Quality click on Video Default Quality dropdown Default ∇ menu and select SD Only if you don’t want to play videos in HD quality.
Alternatively you can directly change Default Video quality by clicking on Gear icon available below the video playback.
Change Auto-Play Videos:
To disable Auto Videos playback, click on Auto-Play Videos Default ∇ drop down menu icon. And choose Off option from the menu.
Thats it, now you have been successfully changed Video quality settings and disabled Auto Video Playback. Now you will be able to save more data with these Video settings while browsing on Facebook.