Facebook has today announced the beta release of their new video chatting application "Social Video". Users of Facebook who are using the Windows operating system must now upgrade their software in order to take advantage of the new feature. This latest Facebook application is similar to the popular social networking site's popular status and chat applications, but now allows users to make interactive videos that other Facebook members can view. The Facebook Video Call plug-in installer should automatically install the required plug-ins for your system, after which you should be able to start making videos and uploading them to the social network by clicking the "Create" link at the bottom of any video posted on Facebook. The Facebook Video Call plug-in installation should not take a long time, as it should only take a few minutes of your time.
The Facebook Video Call plug-in installer installs into your system through the control panel if you already have a Facebook profile, or if you simply choose to install it, after which you'll need to go the" Apps" section and select Facebook Video Call. Once you're there, you'll find the Facebook Video Call icon along with the Facebook Video Call plug-ins that you need, which are the Facebook Video Chatty Plugin and the Facebook Video View Plugin. Click on one of the buttons to download and install the corresponding Facebook plug-in. You'll see a progress bar displaying the download and installation process, and a progress message letting you know that the plug-ins have been successfully installed. You can test this out on a Facebook test page in order to ensure that everything was installed properly.
Once you've successfully installed the Facebook Video Call plug-in, you will need to grant access to your computer to the software. This can be done by clicking on" Apps" from the main menu, then scrolling down to" permissions" and clicking "ongaually grant access." It's a good idea to take advantage of this feature before actually getting started in video calling because it simplifies the whole process of setting up your Facebook account as well as verifying your email address. After you do this, you're ready to begin using the Facebook Video Call software.