Vine update lets you save drafts and edit your six-second videos
Lauren Crabbe | Published: Oct 24, 2013 at 19:19 UTC0
Vine has given its app the biggest update since its launch. Both iOS and Android users can now edit their six-second videos and save unfinished videos as drafts.
The update gives Vine users the creative freedom that Instagram video has had for a while. Until now, users would have to go through great lengths to make a flawless Vine and if you messed up once, you would have to start over.
Vine explained the details on its blog:
Sessions: Save any post and come back to it later –– work on up to ten posts at once. Simply tap the new icon in the bottom right corner of your camera to save a new session or open an existing one.
Time Travel: Now you can remove, reorganize or replace any shot within a post at any time. Tap the green bar from the camera while you’re shooting, or tap ‘Edit’ when you’re previewing a post.
To further explain the new features, Vine made (of course!) a Vine to show how the tools work. Click to watch the six-second instructional video.