Further, the process will become more and more fascinating as we proceed to the selection of photos or videos for your slideshow. But before that, you need to define some technical aspects. The first is the video size or, to be more exact, the length of each side. Based on the height-to-width ratio, your video might be rectangle, vertical, or square.
The rectangle format is suitable if most of your photos or videos were shot with the camera in the horizontal position. Accordingly, the vertical option would be appropriate for vertical-shot files. A slideshow with the same size of the sides will allow you to combine both types of images.
Remember that Facebook allows choosing only up to 10 photos or videos. Unfortunately, you can make your slideshow only this long. Nevertheless, most social media marketing specialists consider this to be a plus. Reasonably, no one wants to waste their time watching long sets of photos regardless of how exciting they are. Therefore, by carefully selecting images, you have a nice opportunity to make an eye-catchy video and gain as many likes as possible.
In addition, you need to decide on how many seconds each slide will be shown, that is, the speed at which the pictures will replace each other. We do not recommend setting a high speed for your subscribers to be able to get a good look at the photos. However, if each slide is shown for 5 seconds, this can become boring.