by: Vine Labs, Inc. • 90.7K
Vine means that Twitter has already its own app/service for creating and sharing video clips. Twitter was born as a microblogging social network were the premise was sharing short text messages with the community. Vine is set in the same parameters but, instead of text, what's created and shared is video content.
Thus, Vine provides a layout that allows users to easily create and share 6-seconds (max.) clips. Signing up is mandatory (by e-mail or using Twitter "Connect"). Facebook Connect isn't available since Twitter bought Vine (competence issues). After a few seconds any user will be directed where some featured videos are shown. Navigation is really intuitive: only four tabs, Home, Explore (for searching people or tags, view what's Popular Now or Editor's Pick), Activity log and Profile.
Video creating process is extremely simple: from Home users just need to tap "camera" icon. Then, aim the target and hold to record. Releasing stops it to record a new scene. The final result, if the user has recorded some scenes, is a video clip that looks like a GIF. Actually, that's what makes it such interesting. Since there aren't video editing options and only videos created with the app can be uploaded, being creative becomes a challenge.
Layout is as simple as well-crafted. Intuitive, smooth... sweet.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Jan 30, 2013
The Vine Camera is for making 6 second looping videos.
You can post the videos directly to Twitter or save them to your phone. Videos that are posted From the Vine Camera to Twitter will loop.
Create 6 second looping videos with multiple cuts
Edit your video to create a perfect loop
Includes standard Vine creation tools: multi-clip trimming, grid overlay, AF focus, ghost tool, flash and front-facing camera
Save drafts for later while you create
The Vine Camera supports iPhone 4s and up, running iOS9+.