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Telegram Updates: Added Video Calls With Up To 1000 Viewers, Video Playback Speed, Video Messages 2.0, And More

Good news for Telegram users. Now, they can invite up and add up to 1000 viewers for video calls. Additionally, it allows video messages record in higher quality which can be expanded while regular video watched at 0.5 or 2 x speeds which includes 1-on-1 calls and much more. 

Source: entrepreneur

Group video calls allowed up to 30 users from both their camera and screen, whereas 1000 people can watch anything from online lectures to live rap battles. Moreover, Telegram announced that the count will keep increasing. The company said that “until all humans on Earth can join one group call and watch yodel in celebration (coming soon).”

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In order to start a Group Video Call, firstly, you may need to create a Voice Chat from the Info page (in the ? menu on Android) of any group where you are an admin. After this, turn your video on. 

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Video messages records are generally the fastest way to share or check-in your surroundings without saving video to your gallery. Now, Telegram offers a high-resolution video messages record and you can expand video messages to take those extra pixels.

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As per the Blogpost, tapping on an expanded video message will pause it and permits you to rewind or fast forward the message. In case, if you want to record a video message, simply tap on the screen sharing and includes the sound from your device when broadcasting in any video call.

The Company said, “When switching on video during any call, you can swipe to choose a camera or share your screen instead — and use the video preview to make sure that everything is perfect before going live.

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