Twitter is now letting Twitter Blue subscribers upload videos that are two hours long, and I’ve already seen someone try to share what appeared to be the full version of Shrek the third in the comments of owner Elon Musk’s announcement tweet. (The video has since been removed.)
Videos have a resolution of 1080p and must have a file size of 8 GB or smaller. The longer two-hour video uploads are also only available if you’re uploading from the web or iOS, according to a support document. If you’re on Android, you’re currently limited to posting videos of up to 10 minutes. Despite those limits, I can imagine that Shrek the third won’t be the only full-length movie to hit Twitter; many people have recently watched the whole thing The Super Mario Bros. movie finally on the platform. Non-blue subscribers will still only be able to post videos that are up to 140 seconds long.