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Videos longer than two hours are now available for Twitter Blue subscribers

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Now, Twitter will permit its premium users to submit films up to two hours long and 8GB in size.

According to Tech Crunch, the old restriction of one hour and two gigabyte files has been increased, but the video quality is still 1080p.

Twitter’s decision aims to increase the appeal of its Blue membership to individuals like podcasters and filmmakers. iOS users will now be able to submit lengthier movies via the mobile app thanks to the latest update, but Android users will still have to do this using a browser. All videos on Twitter are accessible to all users, even those who do not have a paid subscription.

Elon Musk has stated his intention to use Twitter to create a “everything app” that would rival other social media sites like YouTube. In December of last year, he first raised the hourly video upload restriction to 10,000 characters for Twitter Blue members.

Last but not least, Musk named Linda Yaccarino as the CEO, claiming to take on the role of “CTO, overseeing product, software & sysops.”

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