Twitter had announced last week that it will discontinue the services of Vine app in Mobile platforms. The web platform will remain to exist so that the users can come back always and have a look at their old Vines. Now, if you are looking for a new app where you transfer all your Vine videos, there’s good news for you. Giphy, another popular media sharing platform is now providing a tool which will allow the users to save their Vines by transferring them. This is the best alternate for Vine at present. Here in this post, we are going to share on how to transfer videos from Vine to Giphy.
How to transfer your videos from Vine to Giphy?
Giphy has made the new conversion tool available in the website. You can find it by clicking here. According to the company, the newly transferred videos will be available to users as GIFs although the file will be saved as video (with visuals and sound) in the source data. To transfer your Vines to Giphy, you will require an account in Giphy.
For those of you who have been disappointed by the Twitter’s decision to shut down the Vine Services, this must bring some relief to you. The competition between the video platforms is going to be tough, because, the co-founders of the Vine have announced HYPE, their next app which is expected to compete with the live video service of Facebook. It has been launched in beta version and is available for download in App Store, with the support for Android coming sooon. HYPE will let the users to add sounds and animations to their videos and therefore might pose a tough competition for other video platforms.
Would you transfer your videos to Giphy? Let us know your decision by commenting in the comments section below. We’d love to hear about it from you.
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