Twitter users will soon be able to upload over 3-hour long videos


Twitter users will soon be able to upload over 3-hour long videos

Twitter, the micro-blogging platform, is preparing to introduce a feature that will allow users to post videos lasting over three hours. This development came to light when Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, responded to a tweet from comedian and podcaster Theo Von. Von’s tweet stated, “Comedy is legal on this platform!” Lex Fridman, host of the renowned Lex Fridman Podcast, who recently shared a video of himself practicing jiu-jitsu with Musk, commented on the exchange, saying, “Nice. It would be great to be able to upload 3+ hour podcast videos, with timestamps/chapters. PS: Theo is awesome.” Musk replied, “Coming.” Von also expressed his willingness to help bring podcasts to Twitter.

The announcement garnered reactions from several users on Twitter. One user requested Musk to provide a meme editor, while another asked for faster uploading times, citing the delay experienced when attempting to upload a 5-minute video.

Earlier in May, Musk had announced the capability for Twitter Blue Verified subscribers to upload 2-hour videos, with a file size limit of 8GB. The platform had also updated its Twitter Blue page, revealing that the video file size limit for paid users had been increased from 2GB to 8GB. Despite these changes, the maximum upload quality remains at 1080p.

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