Twitter introduces Music on Vine: Better audio controls and music discovery on Vine app

Last night, Vine announced that it’s bringing higher music controls to its popular video-looping app on iOS. While users have constantly had the capability to include audio of any kind in their Vines, this new update makes it far more accurate. The biggest update is a feature called ‘‘ Snap to Beat’ which enables users to more quickly create a smooth loop, or perfect loop where you can’t inform the beginning of the audio from the end.

To obtain Snap to Beat working for you, pick a song by tapping on the music note in the ‘‘ Details’ screen. Snap to Beat automatically identifies how much of the tune to utilize to make a smooth loop, then cuts the video to fit that music clip.


If you do not desire it happening auto-magically, you can turn off Snap to Beat and modify the audio by hand yourself. This offers the user total control over just how much noise to include in the Vine, and which part of the video it need to repeat.

As a part of Vine’s new-found concentrate on music, there’s likewise a new audio discovery tool within the app. First off is a new ‘‘ Included Tracks’ section which you can explore when you produce a new Vine and tap on the music note to add a song. What’s more, you can make use of Vine to identify what you’re listening to while watching other Vines. If a musical note icon appears below a Vine, tap on it, and it’ll show you the name of the track, and the name of the artist carrying out.

The Music on Vine updates will be rolling out to iOS users from today and will be readily available to download from the App Store for free.

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