Facebook’s new Live video graph could help you find the interesting bits


Facebook Live video is quickly becoming more popular, but sifting through video to find the interesting bits can be a pain. According to TechCrunch, a new ‘engagement graph’ feature could soon make that way easier. It’s a simple concept. Facebook records when an ongoing stream is being most commented on or reacted to, and then visualizes that data on the video’s seek bar. The more interesting bits will form peaks, the duller sections troughs. It’s fairly reminiscent to SoundCloud’s waveforms, which visualize the music’s volume along with a stream of comments corresponding to your current progress. That’s a feature I…

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