60-minute video period on Twitter! Users with blue ticks…

On Twitter, one of the world’s leading social platforms, the changes after Elon Musk are incessant. For Twitter, which lost great value after its acquisition, Musk aims to restore its value by offering innovations.

After announcing that the number of views of the shares on the social media platform was made available to all users, another new feature was announced. Users with a ‘blue tick’ on the social media platform will now be able to upload 60 minutes of video.

After taking over Twitter, Elon Musk made long-term promises that the company is working to make the platform more appealing to video creators. Today, Twitter updated its Twitter Blue page, announcing that subscribers can now upload 60-minute videos from the web in 1080p resolution and 2GB file size.

THERE ARE LIMITS ON iOS AND ANDROID!

Prior to the change, Twitter Blue subscribers could upload 10-minute videos to the platform at 1080p resolution with a file size limit of 512MB. Unfortunately, this limit still applies if you’re installing from iOS or Android.

VIDEO QUALITY CAN VARY

Twitter issued a statement regarding changing the quality of the video for distribution: “We strive to maintain the highest possible video quality for all videos uploaded to our platform. However, we may modify or adapt your original video for distribution, broadcast or broadcast by us and our partners, and/or the viewer’s internet connection. Depending on the speed and stability of the connection, we may make changes to adapt it to different environments, including changing the resolution and bitrate of the original video while streaming.”

IT WILL ALSO GET PRIORITY IN ANSWERS

In addition to increasing the video upload limit, subscribers will also get priority in replies. The company said users will “see a slight preference for replies from blue verified accounts over other replies.” This means that you will see responses from paid accounts before other responses.