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Twitter Blue allows video uploads up to 2 GB in size, 60 minutes in length

Twitter Blue allows video uploads up to 2 GB in size, 60 minutes in length

Twitter Blue allows video uploads up to 2 GB in size, and 60 minutes in length. And, Twitter has made some exciting news shares for the platform’s many video creators. With the release of Twitter Blue, the microblogging site updated several features to improve the user experience, including the ability to upload longer videos. Now you can share more content with your followers.” Twitter Blue users can upload videos up to 60 minutes long with a file size of 2GB (1080p) (web only),” according to a message on the official Twitter Blue page.

Leading up to the update, customers of the service can only upload videos up to 512 MB in size and 10 minutes in length at 1080p resolution on the microblogging platform, according to a report by US-based tech portal TechCrunch. The limit remains in effect if users access Twitter via iOS or Android. Twitter previously started rolling out a view count for tweets, a feature that shows how many people have viewed a specific tweet.

Twitter stated that it will consider modifying the video’s quality for distribution.

“We are committed to maintaining the highest possible video quality for all videos uploaded to our Platform. However, we may not modify or adapt your original video for distribution, syndication, publication, or broadcast by us and our partners. And/or you can make changes to optimize for different media, including changing the resolution and bitrate of the original video during streaming. Depending on the viewer’s Internet connection speed and stability,” the company said on a support page.

Twitter will face the challenge of combating piracy by allowing longer videos to be uploaded. Users can post movies or entire episodes of TV shows, and moderators and automated social media systems must ensure that they are removed as soon as possible. When Twitter’s copyright protection went down briefly last month. Then users can download entire movies in short clips. The new video limit of 60 minutes makes it easier for criminals to post someone else’s work.

There are also questions about the monetization of these videos. YouTube is showing a few ads in longer videos. But it’s not clear at this point if Twitter is planning to do something similar.

Along with the increase in the video upload limit, subscribers will also receive priority in responses. The company stated that users “will see a slight preference for responses from verified Blue accounts over other responses.” This means you’ll see paid account responses before other responses. Twitter hasn’t gone into great detail about how it can treat people who pay to troll or spam other users by getting preference in responses.

Musk-led Twitter relaunched Twitter Blue earlier this month after a disastrous first launch in November. The company now charges $11 a month from iOS users to offset App Store fees and $8 a month from people who sign up online. Earlier this week, Twitter also launched the Blue for Business program, which allows businesses to identify their affiliate brands and employees with an additional square badge.

Notably, longer video downloads and priority in replies are the first features to be made available to paying users besides the blue confirmation badge.

Tim R
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