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Twitter Now Supports Slow-Mo Videos From iOS


iPhoneForums.net News Team
Jun 15, 2010
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In 2013, the release of the iPhone 5S brought many folks the joy of 120 frames-per-second video and its slow-motion feature. Then came the release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, adding the 240 frames-per-second video, and making slow-mo look even better.

The only caveat with the whole situation was that services would need to update their apps to support the high-FPS video. On Thursday it looks Twitter finally caved in to allow slow-mo videos from the various iPhone models to be posted on the social network.

There is no need to update the Twitter app, as the update comes through back-end tweaks to the service. Users can now upload 30 seconds of slow-mo video as they would with any media content. If the video happens to be longer than 30 seconds, Twitter will prompt the user to cut it down.

Twitter can be found in the iTunes App Store for free.

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