Instagram recently switched their aspect ratio on their videos from 60 frames to 1080p and changed the screen’s size from 800 pixels wide by 576 pixels tall. So how will Instagram users know if they have enough space to upload their photos or videos to their page? The short answer is, Instagram has an Instagram IGI measurement, which stands for Instagram Global Imagery Day measurement. The long answer is that you need to measure your Instagram IGTV dimension against the official Instagram apps’ dimensions. Then use your screen size as a ratio of those two numbers to make sure you have enough space to upload your images videos onto your page.
Instagram profile photo
Instagram profile photo dimensions are used to determine how large the images you upload will be for Instagram to make the most of them. The visible size on Instagram is 110 x 110 pixels on mobile and 180x 180 pixels on the internet. That’s the standard size of the image as displayed in your profile. In the instream feed, it is scaled down even further, to only 40 x 40 pixels. When uploading a photo from Instagram to your friends on Facebook, they can see the full image size as displayed on Instagram. You must keep this aspect in mind, especially when uploading images to your friends on Facebook.
Read more: How to use your Profile and Bio Link to Drive More Clicks and Sales.
The new size of the Instagram Reels is an improvement over its predecessors and provides users with a unique flexibility level. Unlike before, users had limits to uploading only their introductory videos and images onto the new Instagram accounts. However, to make use of the new size, users will need to have at least one video that is a specific size, at the very least, in their profile. Reel videos can be up to 30 seconds, and the best ratio for them are 9:16.
Read more: The Ultimate Guide to Instagram Reels for Business Growth.
One of the most important things to remember when marketing on Instagram is: choosing suitable Instagram image sizes for different uses. When designing your Instagram page, keep these three things in mind: image size, number of users viewing your page, and how much time users spend viewing images. Each of these factors has a different impact on your ability to gain brand visibility on the social network. Many small Instagram businesses struggle because they use large images but do not have enough followers to make any money off the resulting traffic. It is essential to know how many users view your page at any given time to ensure you take advantage of the best opportunities available on Instagram.