Facebook has added video optimization to its video tools, a feature that is expected to improve video views.
The feature, which allows video creators to set a default video size for their videos, will debut in the coming weeks.
It will be available in video tools for video editors, but Facebook has not yet released a link to the tool.
The Facebook video tool is available in three major video formats: Facebook Live, Facebook Live Video and Facebook Live Web.
Facebook is offering video viewers two options to make their videos look better: make a video in Facebook’s default video format and use the video’s audio for audio effect, or use an external audio track.
The third option is to use an audio track to add audio effects to the video.
The video optimization tool can be found under the “Video” tab in the video editor.
Users can choose from two video formats to upload: Facebook Video or Facebook LiveVideo.
Facebook Video is optimized for mobile devices and has a fixed video size of 500 x 300 pixels.
The other video format is Facebook Live.
Facebook Live is optimized to play in high-definition, and it supports 1080p video.
Facebook is not providing an option for users to make videos in a different format.
Facebook says the video optimization tools will also help you “get a better user experience when creating videos.”
The Facebook Video option allows video viewers to upload a video with the same audio track and audio effects as their Facebook video.
If you choose to upload an audio file, you can set the audio to the same level as the video, or set it to be a different level.
Facebook will then add an audio effect to the videos.
Facebook has been working with video creators on video optimization for a while.
The company launched a video optimizer called “YouTube for Video” last year, and the company added video playback controls for users in 2016.
The social network launched a “Video Optimizer for Facebook Videos” in 2016 that uses a video player to show a video’s play time and audio tracks.