Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has been working hard to make Twitter a platform that’s more appealing to video creators. Recently, the company announced an update to its subscription service, Twitter Blue, enabling users to upload videos up to 60 minutes in length and with a higher resolution, 1080p quality. This is great news for content creators who want their work seen by a wider audience!
Twitter Blue subscribers can now upload videos up to 1080p at 2GB in file size—a big improvement on the previous limit of 10-minute videos at 512MB. Despite this upgrade, those on mobile devices will still be restricted when it comes to uploading long-form video content; iOS and Android users are still limited by the old 10-minute rule.
The new option gives users more freedom when it comes to creating high-quality content for their social networks. It also provides an incentive for people who already use Twitter as their primary platform for sharing video content with others. Additionally, this could potentially open up new avenues for monetization opportunities as well due to longer-form videos being uploaded on the platform.
Twitter has said that they will consider modifying the quality of uploaded videos if necessary in order to provide better viewing experiences across multiple devices and browsers - but only if absolutely necessary since this could result in lower quality visuals than originally intended by each user's uploads.
The expansion of Twitter Blue’s capabilities is certainly exciting news - both for current subscribers looking to get more out of their experience on the platform as well as potential newcomers who are interested in exploring what else is possible with access given through subscription options like these! With longer-form video uploading now available through its services, there's an even greater opportunity now available via one of today's most popular social media networks - one which continues to expand its offerings day after day!