Here's the easiest way to download your Vine videos
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Twitter announced in October last year that it would close its 6-second video service down. It later clarified that it would keep Vine on as a simplified Vine Camera. This still allows people to shoot short, looping footage, but they'll only be able to post it to Twitter rather than to a standalone Vine feed. The evolution effectively downgrades Vine from an independent community to an extension of Twitter.
Twitter's encouraging Vine users to download their archives before the app becomes Vine Camera. Here's the easiest way to do it through the app.
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