Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) has the ability to understand the emotions and expression of other people to identify obstacles, one of which is to recognize the emotional signal. This study attempted to capture the basic emotion feeling in the Video-Based Advertising (VBA) video scene and Stop-Motion Video with Advertising (SMV). Then, it were adopting the Multiple Baseline Across Behaviors Design, focusing on a wide range of nonverbal social hints to promote cognitive attitudes and cognition in children with autism. We designed an auto emotional menu (AEM) to help children with ASD improve their emotional identification ability and make it easier for them to operate answered correctly mood. A speech-generating device (SGD) with AEM designs was intervened on twelve children with ASD, and their improvements were assessed to compare the effects of the AEM intervention strategy. A multiple baseline design and reversal design were used. We studied the effects of two types of advertising videos: Video-Based Advertising (VBA) and SMV, from all developing children (n = 38) and those with ASD (n = 12). Evaluating the differences in their manipulation of AEM judgments to match different facial expression data with the paired mood response. to communicate with others and their accuracy rate, improved their involvement in moods expressed by AEM, and identified facial cues from two different kinds of graphic emoticons.