Telegram has added another significant tweak that allows video calls to accept more than 1,000 viewers. Lately, Telegram has focused on increasing its video capabilities — an increased number of users that will participate in Telegram’s video chat.
The quick message app recently enabled up to 30 users to join an ongoing group video chat. More than 1,000 users can join an active broadcast at the moment — this is the maximum number of users allowed to join a Telegram video chat broadcast for now.
Telegram intends to continuously increase the default limit of users to tune in to an ongoing video Chat broadcast. It is a no-brainer the quick messenger app will be able to add all humans on the earth to be live in a video chat via Telegram.
Aside from creating an avenue for a potential virtual stampede which seems accurately possible because Telegram has made its quick message platform more interesting with mind-blowing tweaks, includes producing a video and playing audio simultaneously while your content is recorded.
Other features include, capturing a video on Telegram with a higher resolution, and you can also expand the conversation thread while video chat is active — simply click on the video message icon to activate the playback conversation thread.
For contrast, a video message initially functions as a navigation tool, whereby clicking this button pauses the video message. Now, it can also back-track and fast-forward a video message when you activate the conversation thread on Telegram.
TL;DR: check Telegram’s blog post for detailed information about this significant app update Telegram rolled out — available for all OS platforms. You can either download it from the Apple App Store, or Google’s Play Store for free.
As usual, tl;dr Telegram’s blog post is expected after reading this article, here is a summary of Telegram’s bumper improvements on its quick messaging app — Telegram’s media editor now has illuminating effects such as stickers, drawings, and text to illustrates images and videos.
It is worth noting the new media player now push-support your inbuilt camera to access different zoom levels per your camera capability, as well as an improved video playback speed at multiple levels.