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Say Good Bye to Flickr Set Limit and Welcome HD Videos!

After being a free member at Flickr (again), I noticed that my photostream displays more than three sets. It seems that Flickr has lifted its set limit — for free account. Right now, I can see lots of photo sets. So, what’s the exact number? Flickr writes:

We’ve lifted that limit and you’re now free to organize your most recent 200 photos into as many sets as you like.

Thank you Flickr! In short, it means that — for example — if your last 200 photos are organized into 10 sets, you will have 10 visible sets.
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Another news is about HD videos support Flickr Pro members. Here are some points to notice:

  • Pro members can upload as many HD videos as they want. I hope I read it right.
  • Free members can only upload 2 videos per month. They can upload HD videos, BUT it will not be displayed in HD quality. If they upgrade to Pro account, the HD version will be available.
  • Video limits still apply: less than 90 seconds and 150MB in size.
  • Check out the new Desktop Uploadr. We can upload photos and videos easier.

I think I want to renew my Pro account membership sooner. :)

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