Twitter Allows Paid Users to Upload 2-Hour Videos – Twitter raises the video upload limit for paid users to two hours. Twitter has announced that the video upload limit for paying users would be increased from 60 minutes to two hours. In addition, the social media site has raised the video file size restriction for paying users from 2GB to 8GB.
Longer video uploads were previously only possible via the web, but are now also possible via the iOS app. Despite these adjustments, the maximum upload quality remains at 1080p. According to CEO Elon Musk, the move is part of Twitter’s ambitions to compete with platforms like YouTube and construct an “everything app” out of Twitter.
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Musk has released a number of creator-focused capabilities, including increasing the character limit for paying users to 10,000, adding text formatting support, and relaunching Super Follows as Subscriptions. Twitter has also introduced new web playback speed options and made improvements to its Twitter Blue page. The adjustments follow the company’s December rollout of the lengthy video upload capability.
Shows like the All In Podcast have begun uploading their episodes on Twitter, taking use of the extended video upload feature. In addition, after being dismissed from Fox News, Tucker Carlson announced plans to launch a new show on the social media network.
However, Twitter is being challenged by alternative social networks such as Mastodon, Bluesky, and Post.News. According to a recent Pew Research Center research, 60% of Twitter users in the United States took a break from the network for several weeks in the previous year.
Despite these obstacles, Twitter continues to be a popular tool for businesses and people to communicate with their target audiences. Creators may now publish lengthier movies and engage with their fans in new and exciting ways thanks to the increased video upload limit.
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