Twitter is expanding its video upload capabilities for premium subscribers, allowing them to upload videos up to two hours in length and as large as 8GB. This new limit, reported by Tech Crunch, marks a doubling of the previous limit of one hour and 2GB files. Despite the increased length and size, the video quality will remain at 1080p.
The motivation behind this move by Twitter is to make its Blue subscription more attractive to content creators such as podcasters and filmmakers. Additionally, iOS users will now be able to upload longer videos directly from the mobile app, while Android users will still need to utilize a browser for this feature.
Twitter has taken steps to ensure that all users, regardless of their subscription status, can view the uploaded videos. Even those who are not subscribed to the premium membership will be able to access the content.
Elon Musk, a prominent figure in the tech industry, has expressed his ambition to transform Twitter into an “everything app” and compete with other social platforms like YouTube. As part of this vision, Musk previously extended the video upload limit to one hour in December, along with increasing the character limit to 10,000 for Twitter Blue subscribers. Furthermore, he relaunched Super Follows as Subscriptions, offering users new ways to monetize their content on the platform.
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