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Since May 2017, Users have had the option to turn their cover photo into a cover video. Facebook is focussing on video content, since this is the way that people today prefer to consume content. Videos immediately get attention and your cover photo can help represent your brand and portray your story in just a few seconds.
Users can upload a cover video in the same way they upload a cover photo now. Facebook requires that cover videos dimensions are at least 820 x 312 pixels, while the recommended size is 820 x 462 pixels. Cover videos can be anywhere from 20-90 seconds long and can loop in any way you want. Cover videos preset to have the sound muted, so if a user wishes to hear the video they must manually turn the sound on.
Uploading a video as your Facebook cover image is as simple as uploading a new photo. Hover your mouse over the cover image on your Facebook page and you’ll see a camera icon pop up. Click the Change Cover icon and upload your video.
Do not have resources to shoot a video?
No problem. Just put together a series of images of size 820 x 312 pixels that tell your story. Import into Windows movie maker. Add any animations you desire, edit the duration of each image, and then save as video. It is as easy as that.
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Anand Rao

Anand Rao is the founder of Ananya SEO Services (http://www.ananya-seo-services.com ), a Search engine Optimization Agency offering both website development, SEO and PPC management.He is an MBA from Indian Institute of management, Ahmedabad, and has 20 years of marketing experience in IT services companies. His area of expertise is internet marketing, software projects outsourcing.Anand is deeply interested in writing. His book, "The Healer of Minds", a biography of a psychiatrist was published as part of Wonderful Mind Volume II. He sporadically writes short stories, one of which was published in Mirror magazine (India).He trained in Bharatnatyam (Indian classical dance) and has given performances. He loves cooking, photography, yoga and travel