A while back I showed you how to upload your premade, custom videos to Vine using your video editing software, Handbrake and iExplorer. Now, there’s an App for that, and it’s called Vinyet.
Vinyet is an iOS app that lets you upload custom videos to Vine and Instagram. But it’s also much more than that. Vinyet is all about helping you create better social videos by offering unique video editing features not found on any other app.
I want to accomplish two things here. First, I want to show you how easy it is to upload your custom, premade videos to Vine and Instagram using Vinyet.
Then I’ll follow that up with a broader review of the Vinyet app that highlights it’s many awesome features.
[Also check out: How To Upload Custom Videos To Vine With VineClient Chrome Extension]
Upload Video To Vine and Instagram
Vinyet makes uploading your premade videos to Vine and Instagram extremely easy. No more messing with Handbrake and .mp4 encoding settings. Vinyet does the processing for you.
Vinyet has direct access to the Camera Roll on your iPhone. So if you have a custom 6 or 15 second video clip saved on your computer, all you have to do is transfer it to your iPhone.
When I tested the app, I just emailed one of my videos to my iPhone, and then saved it to the camera roll.
Next I launched Vinyet, selected my video and choose which social network I wanted to upload my video to.
I tested Vinyet by uploading the same custom video to Vine and Instagram, and it worked perfectly in both cases.
So just like that, after two simple steps, my video was posted. The ease and simplicity that Vinyet offers for uploading videos to Vine and Instagram makes it well worth the $1.99 in my opinion.
Please note that Vinyet still respects the time and size constraints of each network: Vine videos are ensured to be no shorter than 2s and no longer than 6s in length and 480×480 in size and Instagram videos are between 2s and 15s and 640×640 in size.
If all you want to do is upload your custom videos to Vine and Instagram, by all means download Vinyet today.
However, if you’re interested in making the best social videos possible, keep reading.