Here is a good news for all Vine users! The short term video sharing service has announced the introduction of several new tools to help you easily shoot as well as edit videos from your phone. Now you can import existing videos on your phone and convert them into vines. In addition to the video import feature, it also lets you edit the imported video.
You can now even duplicate some portion of the video as well as mute the audio. Vine has also introduced the option of letting you preview your last addition on the capture screen and delete that portion of your vine from the same screen. There is no need for you to preview the entire video before editing. Along with this you can also undo the last clip that you filmed.
Existing features including the focus lock which now works with the front facing camera as well and the ghost which lets you see a transparent view of the last clip shot, all of these can be found under the wrench feature grid.
Vine has also added a grid to help you compose your shot and a level to make sure that the horizon isn't tilted. A new torch feature has also been introduced to help you shoot well in low light settings.
People not only use Vines within their mobile apps but also they use it across the web through embedded vines as well as on social media networks including Facebook and Twitter. Every day there are over one billion loops and every moth more than 100 million people watch Vines across the web.
The new tools are for now available on iOS. Android version is yet to be released.Vine Introduces New Tools, Lets you Import Videos from your Phone!,