Have you got the Vine account? You must download all your memorable videos before they get disappeared. The sad news is that the Twitter-owned app is going to shut down very soon.
“Vine” had been a good video hosting site. When it was at the top of its popularity, Twitter bought it for a reported $30 million in October 2012. Unfortunately, video hosting app didn’t stand up to the expectation of Twitter and the micro-blogging site has decided to completely shut it down (most possibly on 17th January 2017). Follow these quick steps to download your all your Vine videos before it's too late.
How to Download All the Vine Videos
Step #1. First off, head over to http://vine.co on your computer.
Step #2. Next, you need to log into your Vine account.
Step #3. Now, you have to click on “Download Your Vines” button at the top right corner of the screen.
(You can also directly go to settings page at https://vine.co/settings to download videos.)
Step #4. Now, you need to click on “Request Your Archive” which is on the far right of Download Your Vines.
Check out the email address associated with your account. Make sure to update it in case it's invalid.
How to Download Vine Videos on iPhone, Mac, and Windows PC Using AnyTrans
You have downloaded all of your videos from Vine. That's great! But, what about those which you like most? If you wish to download all those videos you like on this site, use AnyTrans. As it supports several formats of video such as MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV etc, you won't have any problem in downloading your favorite video. It can also let you download videos from more than 900 sites including Instagram and YouTube.
Step #2. Now, launch AnyTrans on your computer.
Step #3. Connect your iPhone to your computer. Once your iOS device has been recognized, click on the download button at the top left menu (looks like a downward arrow).
Step #4. Now, copy the URL of the video. (Assuming you have opened Vine on your computer. Simply right click on the video you want to download and select copy video address.)
Step #5. Next, paste the video URL right before the download button.
Step #6. Now, select the destination where you want to save the video. In this test, I’m going to select iPhone.
Step #7. Finally, click on the Download button to start the proceeding.
Your videos will be downloaded in the stock Videos app on your iOS device.
Though Vine was very impressive, it failed to attract users. Personally, I enjoyed using this app and have got a lot of fond memories of it.
Twitter has, reportedly, been going through a tough time due mainly to huge financial loss or stagnant growth. Faced with huge competition from Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, it hasn't been able to break the shackles and become more user-friendly to users.
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