Media Studio FAQs
Currently, access to Media Studio is given on an invite-only basis.
If you have been invited into the beta, go to studio.twitter.com and log in using your Twitter username. If you are logging in for your first time, you will see a welcome message explaining how to use the tool.
Enabling content restrictions on a video allows the viewing of the video to be limited to viewers in specified countries. Restrictions are set by either Including a list of countries allowed to view, or Excluding a list of countries not allowed to view the video. Keep in mind that there may be a delay when updating restrictions on a video that has already been Tweeted (approximately one to two minutes).
You can upload images, GIFs, and videos into your media library. Additionally, all media that has been uploaded or attached to Tweets created via the desktop or mobile Twitter apps will appear in your library.
For full specifications, learn more about how to use Media Studio.
Yes. When selecting media to upload from your computer, you can highlight multiple files to upload. Studio also has a drag-and-drop functionality, allowing you to upload files just by dragging the icons from your desktop or file manager to your Media Studio library.
Click on the Schedule button within the top navigation bar. In this view, all of your scheduled Tweets will appear. Click the delete icon next to any scheduled Tweets you would like to delete.
For Tweets that have already been posted to Twitter, you must delete these via Twitter on desktop or via the Twitter for iOS or Android app.
Yes. Click on a video within your library to see the Select thumbnail button. You can either select a frame from the video itself, or upload an image file from your local computer.
If uploading a custom thumbnail file from your computer, please ensure its aspect ratio is the same as your video content. Using a custom thumbnail that is a different size can cause issues with playback on Twitter.
Yes, Media Studio supports the creation of multiple Tweets to various usernames at once. First ensure that you have access to Tweet on behalf of other usernames.
In the Tweet compose window, look for the
icon next to your username listed at the top-left. Within the dropdown will be a list of all @usernames with which you can create Tweets. Select as many usernames as needed, and click the Tweet button