Vine gets update for iOS adds way to imports existing videos and more

By | August 21, 2014

Vine app gets updated to version 2.5.0  for iPhone as well as iPad which runs on iOS, Now this update is allowing the user to import their existing videos in the application. By using this app not only edit the interface even you can choose existing videos, though you will have to edit them down to six seconds and slow motion videos are also supported. With this update you can able to string together multiple videos as long as you can edit them down.

What’s New in this Update

  • New Capture Tools :  Which includes Undo last recording, Grid now has a level, Focus lock in front-facing camera, Flashlight for recording in low light
  • Uploading Existing Videos : In the capture screen, you’ll find a new button on the bottom right to access your Videos which are in your camera roll, You can Preview videos of any length, and trim them to 6 seconds or less. It is possible to upload a Single video or mix
  • New Tools in edit screen : You can duplicate a clip or trim a video

Editing is not a big task, By tapping the scissors icon on the Preview screen will take you to editing there are some new tools to edit your clips including duplicate and mute buttons. You can also preview your Vine right from the capture screen. There is also a new layer of camera tools, such as a grid, a new level, and an updated focus lock that now works with the Face Time camera on the front of the iPhone. If you are interested you can get this application through App store or even you can download from Here.

Author: Micheal Edward Tansey

Micheal, is a loyal Apple Fan. A graduate in computer science, Micheal loves to experiment with iOS and Mac. Here at The Tech Bulletin, he covers information about Apple Products.+Micheal