It probably still won’t convince you to sign up, but Twitter Blue subscribers can now upload videos up to 2 hours long!
We are really far from the humble beginnings of the “micro-blogging” platform.
As announced by Elon Musk himself, Twitter will now let Twitter Blue subscribers upload videos that are up to 2 hours long. As an immediate reaction, somebody already successfully shared the full version of the move Shrek the Third, before it was promptly taken down.
Twitter Blue Verified subscribers can now upload 2 hour videos (8GB)!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 18, 2023
Videos will be uploaded at a 1080p resolution and will need to be 8GB or less. To upload a 2-hour video, you will have to do so from the web or iOS, according to a support document. Android users will continue to be limited to posting videos that are 10 minutes long maximum. If you aren’t a Twitter Blue subscriber, you can still upload videos up to 140 seconds long on any platform (gee, thanks!)
The new feature is not likely to boost subscriptions to Twitter Blue, which already includes a blue verified checkmark, encrypted messages, a 10,000 character limit for tweets and the ability to edit tweets. The latter still remains the only attractive feature for most users.
Now, you may ask, what could one possibly want to share in a 2-hour video? Well….
Like this 2 hour video! pic.twitter.com/2fAC1jboeu
— MAGS (@TAftermath2020) May 18, 2023
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