Monday, 28 January 2013

Vine By Twitter Is A Network For Sharing Short, Looped Video Clips, Download Here

Twitter started out as a text-only activity, with persons sharing their thoughts on distinct topics, considering events reside as they happened, and distributing interesting connections to online items, photographs and videos. For a good allowance of time, Twitter didn’t do any thing about the last mentioned content-type, but in latest months, Twitter has introduced characteristics like Cards, which exhibitions connected item summaries inline with tweets, they revised their iOS and Android apps with the proficiency to edit photos in a kind similar to Instagram before sharing them, and today, the business has gone even farther by declaring an all-new app/service called Vine, which permits you share videos online. It’s an intriguing mix of services like Instagram, Cinemagram, YouTube and Twitter itself. 

Vine for iOS Vine Explore
So what’s different between Vine and the hundreds of other video-sharing services in the world today? Well, the app limits your videos’ length to a very short 6 seconds, and constantly loops them like an animated GIF when viewed inside the app. This brevity is in place in order to “inspire creativity”, according to VP of Product, Michael Sippey.
Vine iOS menu Vine-Profile-page
Despite being owned by Twitter, it does not require a Twitter account for signing in (although it does recommend doing so); you can use the service on its own. Once you’re signed in, you can view clips from your friends, explore popular clips on the network, and also search clips by #hashtags.
Recording clips is very simple. You tap on the camera icon on the top-right of the navigation bar, and once the viewfinder comes up, record scenes by tapping and holding. The app records for as long as you hold down on the screen. This way you can have the video quickly cut to several scenes, or use the same technique to create pseudo-stop motion videos. When you’re done, the app allows you to share the result on Vine’s own network, Twitter and/or Facebook.
Creating a Vine Vine created Sharing Vine

“Vine – make a scene” is available for free for iPhone and iPod touch. Twitter says they are working on bringing it to other platforms.

Download Vine For iOS



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