Thursday, Twitter has revealed its newest project it has referred as Vine. This is a video sharing service in Twitter that lets its users post a single six-seconder movie or a montage of equal length of time.
For now, the video sharing will work closely together with Facebook and Twitter which will deliver snippets of video that perform like an animated GIF file with matching sound. The videos are limited to be as short as six seconds in order to shorten and simplify the creative process, as well as accelerate and smoothen sharing. However, some of the tricks prevent such limitations from becoming too overstated.
To record a video, you just need to touch the screen of the application to record and just let go to stop the video instead of using the usual “record” and “stop” buttons. A progress bar will be shown at the top that fills up up to the six-second mark while you are capturing or recording a video. No video editing is necessary once you finish the recording.
This iPhone app is firm and it has an easy-to-use interface that makes it for people to pick up easily.
On the other hand, it does not appear to be a probable visionary solution in fitting video creation into our lives compared to what Instagram did. It’s more of a condenscending effort to look at on whatever stays.
If you are one of those who are strictly following updates on technology and the worldwide web, then you’ve definitely heard about what is referred as “Instagram of video” such as Socialcam and Viddy that attempted to claim the title.