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January 10, 2014

Twitter releases Vine app update

Users of the video app will now be able to lock focus and exposure.

By Joe Curtis

Twitter has updated Vine to ensure users can lock focus and exposure while shooting their videos.

The latest version, only available on iOS at the moment, is meant to eliminate problems of over- and underexposure by setting the level of exposure automatically.

Much like how smartphone cameras operate, if there is an object users want to focus on, they can now tap on its location on their screen, and the exposure will be adjusted to bring it into focus.

The update is expected to be rolled out to Android soon.

Vine’s six-second videos have become a hit with people who wish to share quick clips across their social networks.

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