There are various infographics on social media image sizes. But as Mark Zuckerberg has officially ushered in the age of
Not only are more and more videos published on Facebook and Instagram, you can lose track of the different networks and requirements. There are different formats, different lengths and other factors that make moving images look different depending on the social network.
Just as you didn't just post a TV spot on YouTube (at least 99% of TV spots), you shouldn't post a Facebook video one-to-one on Instagram and Twitter nowadays. And not on Snapchat anyway.
In the infographic of
What is true for photos is at least as important for videos. Each social network has its own video formats and requirements. Instead of grappling with the help pages and documentation, you can find all social media video formats at a glance in the infographic and can prepare and format your moving image content for the individual channels correctly.
All current social media video formats in one infographic
In the infographic you can find the video formats for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Snapchat and if you still need it, also for Google +.