WhatsApp: how to make perfect cuts to long videos that I want to post in my status

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WhatsApp It is an instant messaging platform that belongs to the Meta company, and like its other group partners such as: Messenger and Instagram, this application also allows you to publish “States”, the negative point is that the stories only last up to 30 seconds , so when you want to share a long video you have to cut it manually so that there is a good continuity. Every time you make these cuts there may be human errors, so at Mag we will teach you how to execute perfect cuts that will give your videos impeccable synchronization.

Surely on more than one occasion you have shared videos or music that last more than 30 seconds (time limit for a state of WhatsApp), but when you see the results of the publication some parts are repeated again or you skip the most important moment of the content, which makes you uncomfortable and you end up deleting the story.

SO YOU CAN CUT A LONG WHATSAPP VIDEO FOR YOUR STATUS WITHOUT ERROR

  • First, check that WhatsApp have no pending updates in the Android Google Play Store.
  • Now, from the same application store, download the app called “Video Uploader and Status Downloader”.
  • Open it and click on “Netxt” > “Allow”, here it will ask you for the permissions of your gallery, grant it so that it can operate without problems.
  • The next step is to click on the section that says “Status Uploader”.
  • The gallery of your mobile device will open, where you must choose a video that lasts more than 30 seconds.
  • Click on the arrow that points up, which is in the lower right corner.
  • “Video Uploader” will open WhatsApp.
  • Finally, you have to tap on “My Status” and post the video.
  • Done, that would be it. As you can see, the video will have been posted to your status with a perfect cut.

WHAT TO DO WHEN WHATSAPP COMES TO THE NOTICE “WAITING FOR A MESSAGE, THIS CAN TAKE TIME”

Failure “Waiting for message, this may take time”, usually appears when you change your cell phone, why? because all devices have a private and different key that is used to decrypt messages, this is where the origin of this error starts.

  • Enter the messaging application and make a backup, to do this go to “Settings” > “Chats”.
  • Scroll down and click on “Backup”.
  • Finally, tap on the green button that says “Save”.

Done, so all your conversations will appear again and WhatsApp it will no longer show you that annoying message. Other possible solutions could be to restart the cell phone; withdraw from the beta tester program; turn airplane mode on and off; or remove the cache of the application.


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