Every month more than 100 million people watch Vine videos across the web, Twitter and Facebook, and there are now more than one billion Vine loops every day. Accordingly, Vine keeps adding new features to appease this ever-growing audience, and this week the platform has unveiled a brand new camera that offers powerful new ways to film and edit your content.
Vine iOS Engineer Richard Plom writes about the update on the official blog.
It’s now easier to get your Vine just the way you want it. Whether you’ve imported a past video or shot a new one within the Vine app, you can edit your Vines faster and with more precision. Simply tap the scissors from the preview screen to edit your Vine and try out new tools such as the duplicate button and mute button. My favorite new tool is the preview and undo button — with one tap, you can preview your last clip right from the capture screen, and if you don’t want to use it, you just tap the same button again to undo it.
Users can now also import existing videos from their phones straight into Vine – select one or mix several together – and slow-motion videos are now supported. Additional camera tools include focus lock, ghost mode and a torch feature.
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