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How to test the new data-saving video settings of Chrome 86?

If there's one issue with the upcoming Chrome 86 update, it seems to be efficiency. Users expect a new data-saving feature data), the “LiteVideo”. This function "forces" the videos to be played in standard resolution (SD) "pretending" that the connection Your device's network is slow, so sites will change to SD playback resolution rather than HD. This will reduce the amount of data used, helping with data-saving in the stream, while also helping video load faster and play more smoothly on "bad" connections.


Like many of the upcoming ones functions of Chrome 86, the "LiteVideo" feature is currently in beta. You can try it by downloading it Chrome Canary and activating the two test flags that control the setting. This is available in Chrome versions, Android, Windows, Poppy and Chrome OS. Chrome Canary is separate from regular Chrome application, so it can be installed and used without replacing the firmware version of Chrome. You can also easily exchange Chrome or someone else browser, if you experience errors or stability issues with Canary.

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How can you try out Chrome's LiteVideo feature earlier?

  • Download, install and start it Chrome Canary on your device.
  • Open a new tab and go to chrome: // flags.
  • Use the search box to find Enable LiteVideos and use the drop-down box to set the flag to "Enabled".
  • search it “Force LiteVideos decision” and set it to "Enabled".
  • Restart Chrome Canary for the changes to take effect.
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Activation of the flags is only necessary during the function test. It is difficult to say how users will activate LiteVideo in its final form, but it is probably much easier than it is now. The trials characteristics "Go back" or canceled completely. For now, however, the use of "LiteVideo" in Chrome Canary allows you to save some data and reduce the loading time of videos.

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