Instagram has doubled the video recording time for users to 30 seconds. Previously, it was 15 seconds. Users can also extend the timer to 10 seconds while recording. The timer gives users buffer time before they start recording a Reel. Moreover, Instagram will let users trim and delete any clip while editing in the app. Users will have more granular control over the clips they record.
"We continue to improve Reels based on people’s feedback, and these updates make it easier to create and edit. While it’s still early, we’re seeing a lot of entertaining, creative content," said Instagram Reels Director, Tessa Lyons-Laing. While the Head of Instagram, Adam Moserri tweeted, "You’ve been asking for more options to create and edit reels and we hope this give you more ways to have fun with them. We’ll keep listening to feedback and updating the experience as we go."
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