Instagram Supported Video format

Instagram Supported Video format: When utilizing Schedugram to post your videos, it is essential that they are formatted correctly. We have actually provided basic guidance listed below regarding just how ideal to format your videos.


Instagram Supported Video format


Firstly, don't attempt and publish substantial videos, whatever is downscaled to an optimum size of 1080 pixels (height can be anything, square or not), so publishing ultra-HD videos (or videos with an extremely high bitrate) is meaningless.

We transcode the video after you upload it, so it will take a bit longer for you to post a video documents than it provides for a picture file. That lets you see a preview of exactly what the video that we will certainly publish will resemble by clicking the video symbol/ thumbnail on the post.

Expect videos to take a long time much longer compared to photos to actually upload at your scheduled time as well as day. This is as a result of their relative filesize when we upload it to Instagram.

How long can your videos be?

Instagram limits videos to One Minute, so make sure your video is 60 seconds or less or it will be chopped automatically (see Instagram help paper).

Exactly how brief can your videos be?

videos need to go to the very least 3 secs long or Instagram will not let us publish them (see Instagram help document).

Comprehensive video requirements

Videos don't need to be to the listed below requirements: nonetheless we advise that if you're outputting video documents particularly for the function, maintain them close!

-Composition Dimension: maximum width 1080 pixels (elevation anything, although within the same ratios as photos).
-Framework Price 29.96 frames per secondly (max 30fps, however ought to be dealt with, not variable).
-H. 264 codec/ MP4.
-5,500 kbps video bitrate (although Instagram could decrease this to 3,500 kbps when we publish it).
-AAC audio codec at 44.1 kHz mono (as much as 128kbps).

File dimension isn't especially restricted by Instagram, however we recommend maintaining your videos under 50MB. Schedugram has a 150MB documents dimension restriction when you are posting data. For reference, the majority of 60 second videos published to Schedugram are around 30MB.