Announcing Vine: A new way to share video. blog.twitter.com/2013/01/vine-n…— Twitter (@twitter) January 24, 2013
Hmm, I've already got YouTube, Tout, and Lightt.
I guess I'll try it.
How To Find Vine in the Apple App Store
Good luck finding it on the iPhone App store! There are one million games in there with the name 'vine."
Better idea: Go here http://www.vine.co from your browser and click to get the the App Store.
I wonder why it's not just part of the twitter app.
After you get the app, when you open it, you see the top editor's pick video.
Right now it's a staring contest.
Vine: Welcome Screen (for now) Staring contest. twitter.com/stevegarfield/…— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 24, 2013
This will get old, fast.
Here's my first Vine video.
Hallway. First Vine Video. In camera assemble edit. vine.co/v/b5HeTZg9dDm— Steve Garfield (@stevegarfield) January 24, 2013
Embed code needs an option to turn off auto play, although at 6 seconds long, with the default of muted audio, it's not that bad.
The ability to easily record multiple clips, one after another, is smart and is going to lead to a lot of creative videos being produced.
It seems like you can only use the back camera on iPhone.
I can't figure out how to tweet a vine, from vine.
Seems like this feature has been removed temporarily to fix it.
I've been sharing video moments since 2004 on a blog.
Now they get shared immediately via Twitter and FB.
Powerful. Easy. Universal.
Check this from Chris Brogan: 11 Things A Business Could Do With the New Vine App
Looking forward to his book, Vine for Business. ;-)