Social networking service, Twitter has announced that new videos uploaded on its platform will appear less pixelated and have better quality.
Twitter revealed on its official account that the website made the update to fix its platform’s poor video quality which has been a problem for its users since the beginning.
According to a report, Twitter has removed a pre-processing step that apparently splits the video clip when trying to upload into smaller chunks for easier processing, and that could reduce video quality.
The company stated that the changes aren't live on Twitter Media Studio, a tool that gives you access to all the media you've ever uploaded, yet. Also, while the improved video quality is expected to be available to everyone, it will only apply to new video uploads and won't be retroactively applied to old ones.
Twitter also made changes to the way it uploads JPEGs to prevent lowering their quality upon being posted.
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