5 golden rules to upload best quality videos on Instagram

Instagram is one of the fastest-growing networks in the world. The platform’s content displaying quality is superior to any other platform. With the ban on Tik-Tok in India and the simultaneous introduction of Reels feature on Instagram. This feature allows users to make 15 to 30-second snippets and upload. Such snippets are mostly for entertainment and may not be very highly scripted. But one thing is for sure either you upload a Reel or IGTV video, people are more likely to follow your content if the video quality is good. Today we are about to discuss some great ways to upload the best quality videos on Instagram.

Lack of experience in capturing and editing can cause poor quality uploads. You try to use the editing features of Instagram only which allows very little flexibility. Influencers, vloggers, and businesses must know how to upload as content quality in today’s time to reciprocate the brand quality.


Best Audio and Video Formats for Instagram

The most preferred format for uploading any video on Instagram is Mpeg-4 or MP4. It gives the best resolution quality to your video than any other format. It also reduces failures in aspect ratio.

When we speak about audio formats, people generally go for MP3. But we suggest an AAC format. You must browse specific audio files with this extension.


Best Aspect ratios for Instagram

Aspect ratios are not file sizes but the dimensional ratios of any video. Like your movies are adjusted to 16:9 ratio which is horizontal, Instagram mostly favors 9:16 which is the vertical way of presentation.

Video dimensions must be 864 pixels in width and 1080 pixels in length to create. This maintains a roughly 4:5 aspect ratio. The stellar quality of video in horizontal ratios might be good on Facebook or youtube, but since Instagram users prefer mobile devices, vertical ratios work best.

IGTV now allows 1080x1920 format, but to post the same on a story might need a rotation of the camera. Filming from a pro camera like DSLR’s and capturing 4K videos, you should crop it to a 9:16 ratio. This can be done with little to no decrease in quality.