Live video and download capabilities will revolutionize X thanks to Elon Musk’s “X revolution

Elon Musk-led X transformed the platform for authenticated users by introducing live video streaming and downloads.

Elon Musk

Ever Twitter has undergone significant changes since entrepreneur Elon Musk took it, including rebranding and getting rid of blue checkmarks. The microblogging service is now introducing a new function that lets users make live video broadcasts.

Recently, the multibillionaire said on Twitter that he will test the X broadcast and speedrun Diablo’s Tier 99 Nightmare dungeon (without malignant hearts).

Previously, Elon had posted a picture of a camera icon with the caption, “Live video now functions fairly well. When posting, simply press the button that resembles a camera.

Recently, the multibillionaire said on Twitter that he will test the X broadcast and speedrun Diablo’s Tier 99 Nightmare dungeon (without malignant hearts).

In a previous post, Elon included a picture of a camera icon along with the statement, “Live video now functions quite well. When posting, simply tap the camera-shaped icon.

Elon also used his @ElonMusk account to broadcast a live webcast of X. He made a lighthearted comment about whether the live broadcast was going smoothly during the webcast. Later, he displayed his teammates and performed bicep curls with a 45-pound weight. Impressive 12.1 million people watched the live feed after it ended.

But unlike other new additions on the platform, Elon and his team have not said when this feature would be made available to the general public on X or if it will be restricted to X Blue users.

Elon also disclosed that individuals who have been verified will be the only ones who may download videos from X going forward. In order to prevent people from downloading videos without the creators’ permission, the video’s owner must also authorize authorization for downloading.

Elon Musk and X

Twitter will provide a distinctive stream-saving choice. Users can display the stream as a tweet on their home page after posting the broadcast. If you want to share the broadcast online or as a conventional video, it can also be kept on the device.

However, minor adjustments to the stream or broadcast can be performed using the Twitter mobile app.

The ability to save videos from Twitter has long been requested by users, and now that it is officially available, many users will find it easier to save films without the help of outside bots.

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