Create and Upload a Vine Using Microsoft Lumia 535
Edited by Thor, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
Welcome to VisiHow! In this video, we are going to show you how to create and upload a Vine when using the Vine application on the Microsoft Lumia 535.
Turn the phone on by pressing the power button located on the right-hand side of the phone.
Once the phone is activated, the lock screen will become visible.
Swipe the lock screen up to get to the home screen.
Find the Vine tile on the home screen.
In this tutorial, it is pinned to the home screen at the bottom. The tile has an image that flips over to reveal a cyan tile that says "Vine" at the bottom. The Vine tile is different for everyone, as it shows images from vines that have been looked at recently. If the Vine tile is not pinned to the home screen, swipe left to find it in the application menu.
Tap on the Vines tile once it is located to get into the application.
To create a vine, tap on the camera-like icon at the bottom of the phone.
The icon is a white square next to a white triangle. After the icon is tapped, the creation of a Vine will be activated. A Vine is an interesting montage film that consists of short videos shot in a sequence.
Before a Vine is created, remember that tapping and holding the big square at the upper section of the screen makes a film until the square is released or about six seconds pass.
The back camera will be used to produce the video on the phone, so make sure that the object is behind the phone.
It is also possible to move the camera around while the big square is tapped and held.
For example, tap and hold the big square for a millisecond or for half a second, release the square and move on to the next scene, tap and hold to take another video, release the square, and so on.
It will produce a quick montage. For the demonstration, a very simple video with a pencil is going to be produced. It will be a good idea not to speak during that, as a video in a video might be confusing with several speech sources being played back at the same time. A cyan bar will be visible at the top of the screen. It will start at the far left, and finish at the far right by going across the screen. At the point where the bar reaches the rightmost position, the video is completed, and the phone prepares and uploads the Vine. It is also possible to play back the Vine before it is uploaded or shared.
Start shooting the first part of the video by tapping and holding the big square for a second and moving an object behind the phone so that the camera picks it up.
A pencil is used in this example.
Shoot the second part of the video by tapping and holding the big square for a short period by moving an object behind the phone.
Note that the bar at the top is filling from left to right every time the screen is tapped and held.
Continue shooting the rest parts of the video by holding the big square for a short period and moving an object behind the phone.
Repeat it again until the cyan bar at the top is filled.
Wait until the Vine is prepared.
Watch the processed Vine.
The montage creates a stock animation. A lot of little shots may create an interesting motion picture.
Tap the icon in the corner of the big square to edit the short Vine.
The icon says "Edit" and has white scissors in a black box.
Tap the icon with the white tick inside of the circle to initiate uploading.
Tap the "add a caption" area to create a caption with information about the current Vine.
Tap "Add to a channel" to add the Vine to a channel.
There are multiple channels, including comedy, animation, satire, etc., that can be selected for the direct video upload.
Keep the "Post to Vine" option set to "On" if the video should be uploaded to the Vine server.
There are also "Twitter" and "Facebook". If Twitter or Facebook are connected to the Vine account, then it is possible to post the video there. Here, posting only to Vine will be selected, so "Twitter" and "Facebook" are set to "Off".
Swipe a switch left to turn an option off.
"Off" will appear next to it.
Swipe a switch right to turn an option on.
"On" will appear next to it.
To share the post with the Vine, tap the big rectangle button at the bottom that reads "Share post".
As it can be seen, the recently created Vine is being uploaded.
The progress bar for uploading is on top of the screen. Once the video is uploaded, it will be added to the Vine account. Other people will be able to view the Vine, and it will be possible to show it to others as well.
This concludes the tutorial on how to create an upload a Vine when using the Vine application on the Microsoft Lumia 535. If you have any questions or comments about this video, or about the application itself, then please leave them in the comment section below, as we shall answer them for you. Thank you for watching VisiHow!
Video: Create and Upload a Vine Using Microsoft Lumia 535
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Thor