Since last some time Facebook is trying to get on command line in its video service. YouTube a fair and clear winner in video playing portal is far more ahead of Facebook. So Facebook got a new strategy Auto-play Video once the video comes in the center of user’s view port. Poor Facebook as usually it does, following twitter and the famous content sharing service 9gag played it a little late. Although this can be taken as a black hat decision to get itself ahead, but its giving good results for Facebook.
As far as users like to watch the videos the feature is good, but what if user don’t want to watch every video on her/his timeline to be played?? If you are also get irritated with playing every next video while you scroll through Stop Auto-play Video in Facebook . Here is the simple configurations to do so.
How To Disable Auto-Play on Website
Steps to Disable Video Auto-play in Facebook:
- Login to our Facebook account.
- Go to settings page and then Video Tab, or click on this link: https://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=videos
- There is an option to control Default Video Quality Facebook, chose a quality from available options
- The other setting option under the video setting tab is the one you want to control mainly. Here you can set whether you want to autoplay facebook videos or not. set it:
How To Disable Auto-Play on iPhone & Android
Operating systems for provide a little different approach enable or disable Auto-Play settings. As the prices for data usage with your phone carrier are not that cheap, iPhone/ Android/ and Windows basically provide the option to set Auto-Play when on Wi-Fi. And Lets have some info-graphics now to do so:
Till now we can not fully control the auto-play videos on phones (iPhone and Android), But there is an option that says auto-play on Wi-Fi only auto-play the video only on Wi-Fi. Now this can save a bit of your cellular data.
Peace of mind.