- Can't get Instagram landscape videos to work! - Help please
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Much like working with the R Download Shortcut, getting your video to display in 16:9 mode on Instagram and YouTube can be a bit tricky. The 16:9 button during setup doesn't always do the job, and many people lock their phone's tilt, which means they might not see your landscape video correctly.
Consider rotating your video during editing and uploading it as a portrait, but still, keep it in landscape format to ensure a smoother experience for your viewers. Just like with technology, finding the right solution sometimes involves a bit of experimentation to make sure things work as intended.
Hey johan2345 many thanks for a response here.
I'd just about given up hope someone would reply! (;->
Ok, just a quick reply and hopefully you might expand on this. Totally understand the 'people lock their phones' scenario. That was pointed out to me recently by a heavy Instagram user. And the 16:9 button not always doing it's job... hmm... that's an odd one and good to know as I couldn't understand why my attempts didn't work, but that explains a lot.
As far as you said... 'Consider rotating your video during editing and uploading it as a portrait, but still, keep it in landscape format to ensure a smoother experience for your viewers. Just like with technology, finding the right solution sometimes involves a bit of experimentation to make sure things work as intended.'...
Yep, have already decided to do this with some clips that look or deserve to be in landscape mode, but I just didn't quite understand you saying... 'but still keep it in landscape mode'...?
Do you mean the original/master, or do you mean something else? Just didn't quite get the full meaning here of that comment.
Also, I'd be interested in your thoughts re publishing in landscape mode with a clip. Again, a heavy user said that they would normally not bother to stop on a clip like that as they always only view in portrait mode (in their hand) and would scroll past a clip in landscape mode!
Now I've seen a number of clips presented in landscape mode. Is the attitude changing, and would you feel it worth it to publish in this mode if the vision was worth it?
I'd be interested and grateful for some outside thinking here.
Many thanks again.