For Twitter Blue subscribers, the ability to upload videos up to 60 minutes long is currently being rolled out. Through its Twitter Blue page, the microblogging platform announced the update. According to the business, customers can now upload videos that are 60 minutes long. There is a catch, though, as the feature is currently only accessible via the web and not through the iOS or Android apps. Twitter recently launched a new View Count for tweets that allows users to view the actual view count on a tweet in a manner similar to how it appears on videos.
Twitter Blue subscribers will be able to share up to a 60-minute video at 1080p resolution on the web, according to information shared on the Twitter Community Page. However, the video should not be larger than 2GB. The Twitter apps for iOS and Android do not support this feature.
Prior to now, only 1080p videos with a file size cap of 512MB could be uploaded to the platform by Twitter Blue subscribers. But now, this has gotten worse. The quality of the video for distribution will also change with the new capability.
This month, Elon Musk, the new CEO, relaunched the Twitter Blue subscription service. Users of iOS devices who choose to use it can subscribe to Twitter Blue for $11 (INR 910) per month, compared to $8 (INR 660) for Web users. Early access to some features, like Edit Tweet, and other new features are provided by the Twitter Blue subscription before they are made public.
In the meantime, starting on December 22, Twitter will start rolling out a View Count feature for tweets. Elon Musk tweeted about the feature’s introduction. According to Elon Musk’s tweet, users will be able to see how many times a tweet has been seen by using the View Count feature. The function is currently accessible via the web, iOS, and Android apps.
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