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Vinyet App Pimps Your Vines With 22 Filters, Stop-Motion, Time Lapse And More

Vinyet App Pimps Your Vines With 22 Filters, Stop-Motion, Time Lapse And More

Charlottesville, VA-based research and product development company Arqball just released a new iOS app called Vinyet, a fun and sleek mobile video app that lets you post your pimped-out videos directly to Vine.

Vinyet includes 22 cinematic-quality filters, stop-motion, animation, time lapse effects and a host of additional features that claim to “open up the world of video” as apps like VSCO Cam, and Camera+ do for still imagery.

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Vine Unveils Biggest Update Yet: New Camera Tools, Revining, Protected Posts, More

Just in time for the long holiday weekend, Vine rolled out its most significant update yet.

Read on for a look at all the new Vine features.

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Vine App Update Allows Front-Facing Videos, To Delight Of Wiseasses Everywhere

Online is playground for wiseasses. Twitter knows this (how could it not?) and now, by extension or osmosis or what have you, so does Vine.

And the six-second video maker just released an update that demonstrates its complete ninja-like mastery of this knowledge. Yep, this feature is going to make you stop and try Vine right this second, if you haven’t already. Even savvy businesses will love this new ability because it just makes too much sense: The ability to shoot front-facing videos.

Can you hear the people practicing in front of their phones right now? Because they are.

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