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Vine is making it easier to loop and add music to your 6-second video clips
Vine has just introduced a notable update to its Android and iOS applications that lets you both discover and add music to your video clips. The headline feature of this update is called Snap to Beat, and it allows you to create near-perfect looping video clips with music. Here’s how it works: once you’ve chosen a song from the Details screen, Snap to Beat will be able to identify how much of that song is used to make a seamless loop. The feature will then trim your video to fit that clip perfectly.
If you don’t want music to play throughout your entire video, though, Vine has thought of that, too. To edit your audio separately, simply turn off the Snap to Beat feature. This will allow you to have more control over how much sound you include in your video and which specific part the audio should play over.
You can also discover music from within Vine, as well. By using the new Featured Tracks section, you can explore new and popular songs and add them to your Vine if you so choose. What’s more, you can even find out what song you’re listening to as you watch other users’ Vines. To do this, simply tap the music note on a video to reveal the track information.
The new update should be live in the Google Play Store, so head to the link below if you’re interested.