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Ariella
Ariella
1/9/2017 2:04:00 PM
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@vnewman really? I find autoplay such a turnoff that I tend to just shut it down, no matter what it is. In gneral, though, I only want to watch a video that I'm looking to watch -- not something that some search algorithm thinks I want to watch.

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dlr5288
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12/31/2016 4:45:12 PM
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I'm the same way. It takes a lot to grab my attention but if it does I watch the whole thing until the end.

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vnewman
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12/30/2016 2:49:35 PM
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@Michelle - I have found that unless the video starts auto-playing to catch my attention, I won't go out of my way to watch it.  If it grabs me in the first few seconds, I'll click it to get the sound and watch until the end, but I don't think I've ever watched a video without "screening" it first!

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Michelle
Michelle
12/30/2016 2:33:34 PM
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@Ariella I guess data didn't reflect my usage of video on facebook. I have only bothered to watch recorded versions of a few events (very short videos both times). Have you noticed auto-play video on mobile? You can turn it off, but it's pretty awful until you do.

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dlr5288
dlr5288
12/30/2016 2:09:51 PM
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I completely agree! I don't mind going on Facebook and seeing pictures, but I couldn't imagine going on and just seeing all video...I'd never go on again!

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Ariella
Ariella
12/5/2016 8:24:03 AM
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@Michelle I'm one of those people who doesn't care to watch videos for every headline, though everyone seems to get data that suggests my preferences are the exception rather than the rule. I recall one CDO said that after discovering that FB favored videos made specifically for its platform over links to YouTube that they adjusted their social media strategy accordingly and put up a lot more FB videos. 

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batye
batye
12/4/2016 11:17:24 PM
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@Ariella - not GoPro they keep changing camera option adding some new features but removing other... almost like an Apple - game... sad... now many people stop buying GoPro and buy knockoffs from China with all features and options all in one Sport Waterproof/schockproof Camera with Car evidence DVR build in by design under $99... it GoPro loss.... 

I could tell you my fight with GoPro :) over missing accessory adapter out of the new box.. if you interested to listen :) 

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Michelle
Michelle
12/4/2016 5:45:12 PM
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@dcawrey Ugh. I liked it when few people posted video online. I have been seeing a surprising number of people using Facebook live recently. I have only watched one or two of those videos. I find I'm not that interested in the stuff people film. Perhaps they're doing it for far off loved ones who do care...

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Ariella
Ariella
12/4/2016 4:33:54 PM
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@batye I see. So each has its own function. That does suggest that some should come up with GoPros that could combine all the functions in one without costing as much as 3 different ones. 

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batye
batye
12/4/2016 4:13:44 PM
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@Ariella from what I seen they use GoPro as need it basic one for basic day to use GoPro Session 5 they use for scuba diving GoPro Hero 4+ other they they travel in rainy/dusty area and want to controll it via phone or remote... 

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