Now videos longer than 15 seconds will not be uploaded in WhatsApp Status, know the reason

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Due to Coronavirus Lockdown, people are locked in their homes. The only support they have to connect with the outside world is online platforms. Due to increase in the number of users, various steps are being taken to control the increasing pressure on the network. YouTube, Netflix and other sites have taken several steps. These include decisions like lower bitrate and reducing resolution by default. WhatsApp has also taken a similar step regarding its ‘Status’ section. Instant messaging app WhatsApp will no longer allow users in India to share videos longer than 15 seconds as statuses.

WABetaInfo The first information about this change was given by. We’ve tested the latest beta (v2.20.107) and stable builds (v2.20.89) of WhatsApp for Android, and can now independently confirm that users can no longer share videos longer than 15 seconds on their WhatsApp status. Can do. Now if you try to share a video longer than 15 seconds on your status, you will see it written on the app “Videos sent for my status will be trimmed to the first 15 seconds.”

However, this message is a bit confusing. Because the first 15 seconds of the video is not trimmed, rather you can select any 15 second portion of this video and post it in My Status. All you have to do is select any 15 second portion from the entire video frame and then upload it. For now, this change will happen only in India.

According to reports, this 15 second status video step has been taken to reduce traffic on the server infrastructure. However, no official statement has been given by WhatsApp regarding this change. We have contacted WhatsApp in this regard. We will definitely update you as soon as we get the answer. However, many people are not happy with this change in 15 second status video. Let us tell you that the WhatsApp status set by you is visible to your contacts only for 24 hours. After this it gets automatically deleted. However, it will be interesting to see whether this move of WhatsApp reduces the load on server infrastructure or not.

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