Facebook cover photos are 820 pixels wide and 312 pixels tall for desktop, and 640 pixels wide by 360 pixels tall for mobile. If your uploaded image is smaller than these dimensions, Facebook will stretch it to fit, making it look blurry.
How do I upload a Facebook cover photo in high quality?
- Resize your image to 2048px on its longest edge.
- Use the “Save for Web” function, and select 70% JPEG quality.
- Make sure the file is converted to the sRGB colour profile.
- Upload it to Facebook, and make sure you tick “high quality” if you are given the option (usually only for uploading albums).
Why is Facebook cover low quality?
Sometimes quality when sharing on Facebook can become pixelated or playback with low quality. We render out mashes using Apple’s H. 264 codec at 1080p. … To ensure your upload is of the highest quality make sure in the settings of Facebook, under Video Settings, “Upload HD” is selected.
Why does Facebook destroy video quality?
There’s a reason for that: Facebook saves space on its servers by compressing the photos you upload, which will affect a picture’s overall quality. This is a particularly bad problem for photos you’ve downloaded from elsewhere on the web that have likely already gone through at least one compression so far.
How do I stop Facebook from ruining video quality?
To change your video quality setting:
- Tap in the bottom right of Facebook.
- Scroll down and tap Settings & Privacy then tap Settings.
- Scroll down to Media and Contacts and tap Videos and Photos.
- Below VIDEO SETTINGS, tap next to Upload HD to turn your HD video setting on (example: ).
Can I upload 1080p to Facebook?
When you post an HD video on Facebook from your mobile browser, it will automatically upload in HD. Tap Photo at the top of your News Feed. Record a video or select an HD video from your camera roll, then tap Done.