Facebook seems to want to compete with YouTube. Not only provides social networking services, Facebook is now interested as a provider of video platform.
If previous Facebook let users share the YouTube video link, the company is now led by Mark Zuckerberg was giving a warning to the user.
Facebook directly encourage users to upload videos directly into their platform. Thus, Facebook users can keep track of how many other users watch videos uploaded by users.
The social networking giant also claims, many users prefer if the video is directly uploaded to Facebook, is not uploaded to YouTube. However, the choice remains in the hands of users, if you want to upload the video to YouTube or Facebook.
The information circulated previously revealed, Facebook is predicted to threaten YouTube if they managed to establish cooperation with the largest record label company. If so, YouTube could lose the access of the most popular content segments.
Earlier this year, Facebook announced that they provide a video upload feature ’embed’ to other websites. The company also saw the development of video content for augmented reality technology.
The data also revealed that streaming video is growing significantly in the mobile platform. Approximately 65 percent accessed the Facebook video comes from mobile devices, while 50 percent of the access to watch YouTube videos on mobile platforms.