TikTok, the famous short video app, has announced that the video duration restriction would be increased from 60 seconds to 3 minutes. TikTok makers, also known as TikTokers, will be able to make more detailed films using it. Furthermore, TikTok has become a more formidable rival to other short and lengthy video-sharing sites, such as YouTube, Instagram, and others, as a result of this shift.
New 3-minute TikTok video support
The adjustment was recently revealed on the company’s official blog. According to TikTok, the video limit was increased after several TikTokers requested it. As a result, the firm has begun rolling out the new 3-minute video restriction to the general public after months of testing the lengthier video format.
If you used TikTok before it was banned in India, you may recall that, like Vine, the site previously only allowed users to make short 15-second video snippets. TikTok has increased the video length restriction to 60 seconds in the future to allow producers to include more material in their films.
The 60-second video restriction, on the other hand, was insufficient for many artists. Those who wished to offer beauty tips, comedy skits, or educational resources on the network faced difficulty. This frequently prompted them to produce a series of films in which they would broadcast their complete material and urge viewers to return to see the rest of a prior video.
With the addition of capability for up to 3-minute videos, TikTok hopes to address this issue and assist producers in delivering their thoughts in a single video rather than numerous segments. In terms of availability, TikTok will begin rolling out the longer video length to all users worldwide in the coming days. When it is accessible to users, the app will alert them of the change so that they may start using TikTok’s lengthier video format straight immediately.