Get started with Vine Video
Get started with Vine Video Transcript
As a social network that likes to keep things short and sweet it's not surprising that Twitter released a new app that lets you upload a 62 video. Jobs called -- it's available for IOS devices and is already being -- begins program for video. Let's take -- so when you want stopped for the first time you'll be asked to log in by connecting with Twitter or by using your email address. Once you're all set up you'll see a feed of videos uploaded by people you follow -- gets about a minute and some editors' picks. Right now it's a lot -- baby is dog's food and stop motion video. -- is -- pretty cool actually as you scroll through videos in the feed they'll auto play with that sound. And if you want to you can tap on a video at any point deposit. Some of these videos do move really fast so you'll -- it -- -- about feature. -- -- below each video you'll see people who liked it and comments and buttons for liking and commenting on the video yourself. Okay let's check out the other tabs tap on the icon in this corner and you can navigate to explore -- Which lets you browse by topic like how to nature or food. You can and -- -- username in the search field up here are. Or you can dig around his curator of collections like editors' picks or popular now. There is also an activity many real -- news about who's following you and -- liking or commenting on your videos. Okay and last of all is the profile -- Here you'll see all of your -- videos your likes and if you tap the icon in the corner you can add people eyes searching for them -- actress bug Twitter. FaceBook or by name. Also back in the profile tab is your settings. Here take me to fill in things like your bio location and -- behind your social networks down here so that -- can share videos seamlessly. Now that I have all of that filled out I think it's time to upload my very first survive so I have -- lunch salad that I need to assemble. -- thing that might make for a good buying video. -- take my components just. And only -- Let me show you how to record of mine from the home menu also liked the video icon here in the corner and the camera alliance. -- -- shooting video -- a vine is a little different from wire used him. To record hold down on answer puzzle like go you can keep doing this as many times as you want until you hit six seconds. So since I can't make this out and shoot the video at the same time -- isn't gonna help me shoot the video while I have some Wallace Allen. Are so first to go down as powerlessness. -- do a couple seconds and -- us. Next we'll do a little on -- -- go. -- -- -- -- -- Sprinkle some nuts did. And it finally I'll hit it with a little -- thing. Do -- it's another word and shooting -- I can preview the video and in the next -- now I can -- caption if you want to do include some hash -- -- -- -- here is so hopefully anyone searching for food or -- will come across my buying video. Finally I'll choose my sharing settings -- tap done and my video will be posted and there is right at the top of my stream. All right now it's your return if you're just uploading your first -- -- -- -- me and and free users it just sit tight. Twitter does say it's option be -- -- you various and -- cnet.com. I'm Sharon vaknin. -- -- -- --
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Vine (iOS) Review
The good: Vine makes it easy to create short videos you can share with friends and on social networks. The sparse interface doesn't get in the way of making cool-looking short videos out of separate clips.
The bad: Once you post a video, there is no way to share it again after the fact.
The bottom line: There are certainly other apps in the App Store that let you take short video loops, and even offer a similar layout, but Vine keeps the controls extremely easy and painless, making it a great way to capture short scenes.
Vine (iOS) Specs
Manufacturer: Vine Labs, Inc.
Part number: id592447445
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