These days, copying is a common practice. But, no! I’m not talking about copying homework or quizzes, so don’t get too excited. I am talking about the competition’s good features. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in; you’re doing this to stay competitive and relevant.
This technique is the most common in the IT industry due to its highly volatile nature, which makes it a very popular one. For example, Snapchat’s Stories and Tiktok’s short videos were copied by every other social media platform.
WhatsApp has been working on a feature that Telegram has had for years! Yes, it has been many years. In WhatsApp version 126.96.36.199, users may now send videos in high quality.
Send Original Quality Photos, Videos on WhatsApp
Three options will be available, as shown in the screenshot obtained by WABetaInfo.
Image Source: WABetaInfo
- Auto (recommended): WhatsApp will automatically detect which compression method is best for a given video. It will then use that algorithm.
- Best quality: In every case, WhatsApp will send videos in the highest possible quality.
- Data saver: WhatsApp compresses videos before sending them when Data Saver is activated in your Android settings.
Trick to Send High-Quality Videos over WhatsApp
It might take a few more weeks for WhatsApp to add a feature that allows users to send videos. However, you can send high-quality videos through WhatsApp right now if you are not a beta user. One method is to share the video as a document file, which has a limit of 100MB.
There is now a way to share original quality images and videos on WhatsApp in the app’s data and storage settings. For WhatsApp calls, we already have a feature similar to this in place. On unlimited plans, users are allowed to send high-quality videos or to share them over Wifi. Just as now, they can share a compressed version of videos to save data and storage space if they’re on a limited plan.
Now that the feature is under development, it could soon be added to the beta version of WhatsApp and then to the stable version if all goes well. Until we can use it, it will take a few weeks to complete the process. In July 2020, Telegram users will be able to send files up to 2GB in size.