What does VVS stand for?

Vertical video syndrome

When you hear the term ‘VVS’, it’s an acronym for vertical video syndrome. This is a common issue among many smartphone users who record videos vertically rather than in the much preferred horizontal format.

Why is this a problem, you might ask? Well, vertical videos can seriously reduce the quality of the viewing experience when you play them back. That’s because they don’t allow for a widescreen view of whatever it is you’re trying to show.

The issue is becoming more noticeable on platforms like YouTube, where a lot of users upload videos straight from their phones. So if you’re showing signs of VVS, you might want to think twice before posting. Chances are your vertical video will come under heavy criticism from other users.

Example for using ‘VVS’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see that new video on YouTube? πŸ“Ί

Yeah, I watched it. But it was recorded vertically. πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

Ugh, VVS strikes again! 😩

I know, right? It’s so annoying when people don’t record horizontally. πŸ“±