Facebook Metrics

2-second continuous video views

Definition: 2-second continuous video views is a measure of how many times a video was played for two continous seconds or longer. It is currently in development. The majority of 2-second continuous video views have at least 50% of the video pixels in view. Sometimes less than 50% of a video’s pixels will be in view if part of the screen is obscured by a system or app overlay which will mean it is not counted as view.

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