Last week, Instagram added the ability to upload an existing video to Instagram — a video you have saved on your phone, versus one shot in the moment using the app. Vine, most likely by design, lacks this feature. There is no way to upload a Vine that wasn’t composed, shot and edited in the app. That is, unless you’re willing hack your way in.
Step inside, and we’ll show you how to break Vine. Why would you ever want to do this?
If you upload your own custom vines, you add a wide array of special effects to your arsenal: You can add fades, wipes, and sound effects not recorded with your phone’s onboard mic. Also, you can use cameras that record in much higher fidelity than a phone.
Some Viners are already using this technique, adding reverse motion , scenes from video games, and even trailers for movies .Perhaps […]
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