In an announcement from his Twitter official account with the note of ‘some good news’, he announced that the videos uploaded to Twitter will now appear less pixelated and of higher quality.
Twitter, which has been constantly improving itself since its establishment in 2006 and is one of the most important platforms of social media, continues to update and improve its features. Recently, he announced improvements such as the communities feature, fixing the problems with the order of tweets in the stream, the hashtag feature in the Space section, and said that he would release an update to fix them.
Twitter, together with a video it shared from its official account the other day, stated that it will fix the quality problem in the videos and that they are working on updates on this issue. Twitter, which has not provided a good experience for users for a long time, aims to satisfy its users by eliminating the problem of low quality videos.
“From today on, videos you upload to Twitter will look less pixelated for a better viewing experience.” statements were included. While the promised experience excites Twitter users, it is certainly hopeful to see efforts being made in this regard.
App researcher Jane Manchun Wong uploaded a video to Twitter to test out these improvements. Although the video looks better, it cannot be said that the improvements are fully understood. After Wong posted this video, it was stated that the announced improvements are still not supported in Twitter Media Studio. Jane Manchun Wong, known for announcing the features that Twitter is developing, revealed that Twitter is working on a new update that will allow video speed adjustment.