It’s no secret that Twitter has less than great video quality, but that’s finally starting to change. The company has announced a new adjustment to its video tech that reduces how pixelated videos look, improving the experience for people who use the platform to catch the latest movie trailers, video game teasers, and more.
Though some videos looked decent enough on Twitter, others suffered particularly harsh pixelation depending on the nature of the content. This made Twitter a less than desirable platform for sharing videos of projects, trailers, and more. In a new tweet, the company’s Twitter Support account said some changes have been made. Some good news: we’ve made updates to improve video quality. Starting today, videos you upload to Twitter will appear less pixelated for a better watching experience. pic.twitter.com/lJPI14PVRV — Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) September 24, 2021
Starting today, videos you upload to Twitter will appear less pixelated for a better watching experience. pic.twitter.com/lJPI14PVRV