Vine Update Allows Website Embedding for Videos: What This Potentially Means for Filmmakers. By V Renée | Film & Cinema | Scoop.it

Posted by V Renée on March 30, 2013 • 

 

"Maybe all of you Vine users noticed an alert on your respective mobile devices, but for those of you who haven’t (or don’t have the app yet), Vine released an update that allows you to embed your videos on the web. Before the update, users were only given the option to share their videos on Twitter and Facebook, but now you can post your videos virtually anywhere, which can only mean that we’ll be seeing a lot more of Vine in the near future.

 

If you don’t know what Vine is, it’s a mobile app that allows you to create and post 6-second long video clips. It has been described as the “Instagram of video,” and its length restriction is reminiscent of Twitter’s 140 character limit — which seems appropriate since it was acquired by Twitter last October. Here’s an example of the types of videos you can make on Vine:"

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