According to TechCrunch, one anonymous Twitter user came across the video.twitter.com website, & only a verified Twitter account is authorized to access to public video content.
The reason behind this is, Twitter has been making an extensive push toward giving promoters certain additional flexibility for making their intended message spread across the world, and its video play would appear to be the next vital and beneficial step in this procedure. Twitter has previously included cards that allows people to stream the audio using its mobile application, for instance—in the last year April, it experienced with cards that advertised app downloads greatly.
For the moment, it looks that the video feature can be adapted by advertisers and brands, so one won’t be able to upload their cat videos until now. If demand from active users is sufficiently high, then however, it isn’t difficult to think that the rest of the people will also get these innovative video tools finally.