How to post more than 30 seconds WhatsApp status videos. The feature allows users to share text, pictures, and videos with their friends who also use the application but unfortunately for videos, they cannot be longer than 30 seconds.
When instant messaging application Whatsapp introduced its status update feature in 2017, although it was met with a lot of criticism, users learnt with terrible agony that the status feature has certain restrictions after they finally embraced it. Although the status updates disappear in 24 hours some users, just like you, would want to know how to bypass the 30-second limit.
If you are one of those users who are keen on learning how to post longer videos on your WhatsApp status then you are on the right platform, you may have a look at two simple tricks on how you can go about it below.
Cut the Longer Video into multiple 30 Second Clips
This trick is actually used by a lot of people, you can either do it manually or use an app. Doing it manually is also not tough because unlike other platforms, WhatsApp allows you to choose your 30 seconds from the longer video. You can simply post the first 30 seconds, then post the 30 to 60-second clip as a 2nd status and so on.
Alternatively, If you don’t want to spend the time to precisely cut the video, you can use an app called WhatsCut Pro+. It will save your time and let you easily cut your longer video into 30-second pieces. In that way, you will be able to then post them on your WhatsApp as one longer video.
Convert the video to a GIF
The 30-second limit applies to only the videos, not on photos and GIFs.While most of the GIFs you will find on the internet will be less than 30 seconds in length, but they are in fact, videos converted into moving pictures. So you can very well convert a longer video into a GIF as one single file.
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Source – iHarare
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