Depending on the platform you're posting to, different rules may apply when trying to upload video. 

Facebook

The only restrictions that applies to Facebook videos is file size - generally speaking you'll be able to upload any file format. Try and keep your videos under 400MB (so they upload faster and you don't hit your storage limit)

Twitter

Twitter make things a little more complicated. As Twitter supports animated GIFs as well as videos, there are different restrictions on both.

Uploading an animated GIF

A GIF may fail during Tweet creation even if it is within the file size limit. Adhere to the following constraints to improve success rates.

  • Resolution should be under 1280x1080 pixels (width x height)
  • Number of frames should be below 350
  • File size should be under 15 MB

Uploading and posting videos

Here are the recommended settings from Twitter: 

  • Recommended Video Codec: H264 High Profile
  • Recommended Frame Rates: 30 FPS, 60 FPS
  • Recommended Video Resolution: 1280x720 (landscape), 720x1280 (portrait), 720x720 (square)
  • Recommended Minimum Video Bitrate: 5,000 kbps
  • Recommended Minimum Audio Bitrate: 128 kbps
  • Recommended Audio Codec: AAC LC
  • Recommended Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (landscape or portrait), 1:1 (square)

LinkedIn 

We don't currently supporting posting video to LinkedIn but you can always post natively via your LinkedIn account

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