Apple does not make uploading and sharing videos on the iPhone as simple as it does for photos, using Photo Stream, but thanks to several third-party applications, there are simple ways to upload and share your videos without having to make a wired connection to your computer. Thanks to cloud services like Dropbox, YouTube, and apps like Photo Sync, you can upload selected videos and share links to them in a matter of seconds.
At its core Vine is a simple way for anyone and everyone to record a video fit for consumption on social media sites. However, Vine has the capacity to be so much more. All it requires is some lateral thinking on the part of those making the videos. What follows are eight creative ways to use those six seconds you’re afforded on each Vine video.
I own a Nokia Lumia 920 smartphone, running Windows Phone 8. It features a rear-facing 8.7-megapixel camera equipped with a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens and is capable of 1080p HD video capture, with PureView technology. The front-facing camera, meanwhile, is 1.3 megapixel with video capture in 720p resolution. It’s all very nice, and the results are stunning when played back on a big screen TV, PC, tablet or on the phone itself.
Vine is to YouTube as Twitter is to a blog. On Vine, you’re able to submit six-second video clips on the fly. What can you do in six seconds? You’d be surprised. We’ve covered Vine already and showed you some of the best Vine videos to date, but not all Vine videos are worth watching. In this post, I’d like to show you how to get a constant stream of quality Vines to enjoy in a number of different ways. Bookmark or subscribe to the following sites and stay updated with only the best Vine content.