According to the new update of Facebook the Lip-Sync are added to the Facebook live feature which is the solution for undesirable use of the music on its platform. Lip-Sync are something which are very popular among teens so Facebook introduced the Lip-Sync live feature to its user where you can pretend to sing the song on Facebook live.
Applications like Musical.ly , Dubsmash etc. allow the user to sing song these all songs were recorded offline, but Facebook Lip-Sync is with a little twist that people can go live with Lip-Sync which would be the same feature as the popular application for Lip-Sync but with a live. This means you can sing the popular songs form the popular artists, for this Facebook has been working with the music industry. So the deal has come through and you can now add the songs from different artist like Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello, and other pop artists for you videos.
The another feature for this Lip-sync is that you can also invite your friends/family to join you and sing with you. In this feature you can also challenge your friends for live singing competitions. A survey says that the usage of the Facebook is declining among 13 to 17-years-olds to approx. 50% as the whole teen are attracted towards application like Musical.ly, Dubsmash etc,so this feature will allow the teen to come back to Facebook and try this cool feature.
The company is working on giving more features to make it creative for the user such as making these video to the story and more.For using lip sync you just have to do simple steps:
- Choose the Lip Sync Live option when starting your Live video.
- After selecting a song from the song list, you can also add a description and customize your video with masks or a background.
There is an other feature that while this lip live sync your friends can see the artist and song name highlighted in the video can actually follow them by just taping on that.
Facebook’s blog post which was posted on June 5,2018 announcing the new feature noted that songs like “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses, “Havana” by Camila Cabello, “Happier” by Ed Sheeran, and “God’s Plan” by Drake will be available for users for singing.