As of today, it’s now possible to share slow-motion videos using Twitter’s iPhone and iPad app, the micro-blogging service announced in a tweet. The feature has been enabled via a silent backend update so there’s no need to update Twitter’s iOS app.
The ability to upload and share slow-motion videos entails both footage captured in 120 frames per second on your iPhone 5s and higher frame-rate videos at 240 frames per second recorded on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
As shown above, you just attach a video like you normally would via the compose sheet in Twitter’s iOS app. If the slow-motion video being attached is longer than 30 seconds, you’ll be prompted to choose a 30-second segment to share on Twitter.
This will store a trimmed version of the original video in your iOS Camera roll so you may want to manually delete it afterwards.
— Christian Zibreg (@dujkan) April 9, 2015
Earlier this week, Twitter rolled out a redesigned ‘Quote Tweet’ feature with comments and refreshed TweetDeck for Mac with group direct messaging feature, inline video, support for animated GIFs and more.
Twitter is available at no cost in the App Store and Mac App Store.