Amanda Connolly is a reporter for The Next Web, currently based in London. Originally from Ireland, Amanda previously worked in press and ed Amanda Connolly is a reporter for The Next Web, currently based in London. Originally from Ireland, Amanda previously worked in press and editorial at the Web Summit. She’s interested in all things tech, with a particular fondness for lifestyle and creative tech and the spaces where these intersect. Twitter
Twitter has just made sharing slow-mo videos from your iPhone a lot easier.
Announced in a tweet, Twitter confirmed that you can now upload your 60fps and 120fps videos as normal with your posts, and they will play back at the right speed.
Slow-mo tea? My favourite :) pic.twitter.com/zQe4twQRua
— Amanda Connolly (@tweets_amanda) April 9, 2015
When the iPhone 5s came out, the 120 fps slow-motion video recording was a great feature, but sharing those videos was tricky. A lot of apps and online services didn’t recognize the videos at their correct speed, and instead played them at full speed.
There’s no need to change settings or anything like that, just upload your video as normal with your tweet, and Twitter will recognize that it is in slow-mo.
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