WhatsApp HD Quality Media
WhatsApp HD Quality Media
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WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature called the Media upload quality feature. This feature allows users to manage the media quality to HD and others before sharing it on WhatsApp.

Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s Manage Media upload quality. You have to read this post till the end to learn more about WhatsApp’s managed media quality feature for photos and videos.

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WhatsApp HD Quality Media feature

The new feature has been discovered on the Android beta version 2.24.7.17. Users can now get a new setting to choose which quality to use when sharing photos and videos. There are two options “Standard quality” and “HD quality” to upload media.

When users choose the standard quality, images and videos are shared faster and smaller in file size. When they choose the HD quality, images and videos are shared slower, can be 6 times larger, and ensure that photos and videos are shared with clarity and fidelity, preserving important details.

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One of the important things to note is that the HD quality option doesn’t allow users to share original quality media directly. They need to rely on the Document option, sharing photos and videos as documents to maintain the original quality of the content.

It will eliminate the need for manually adjusting settings for individual images and videos, adding a layer of convenience to the users’ experience. If users opt to adjust media quality within the drawing editor manually, the meta-owned messaging app will remember their last choice, automatically applying it for future sharing instances.

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The manage media upload quality feature is rolling out for some beta testers on Android. It is available on the Android beta version 2.24.7.17.

The meta-owned messaging app introduced a feature that allows users to send photos in higher quality – the full resolution of the image back in August. Users have to pick the good resolution manually and individually for each image that is compressed a little bit in size.

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