Now if you paste a YouTube link into Facebook they'll suggest you just upload the video directly to Facebook. ugh. I think their player is weak in comparison. If I see something I'm interested in I'll almost always just try to find it out YouTube.
In addition to just finding it's player to be the weaker contender unlike YouTube, Facebook doesn’t provide a copyright identification tool to automatically detect stolen videos — owners must find and flag them manually, which is a huge issue for content creators. They're basically taking money from content creators, people to steal videos from other services and upload them as their own. Uploading proven viral videos is a popular way to growth hack a page to success, since Facebook prioritizes native video in News Feed. But because of their setup the ACTUAL content creator doesn't get credit or cash. Stay classy Facebook… stay classy.