June 21, 2013 0 comments

Facebook introduced its own’ Video on Instagram’, service that rivals the popular Vine on platforms like Android and iOS. ‘Video on Instagram’ is a short-video sharing product created by Facebook and Instagram.

The Facebook event on 20 June was the platform for the announcement, where Kevin Systrom, founder, Instagram spoke about the latest product which unlike Vine (six seconds record only), will let users record a video up to 15 seconds, which according to him is the right video size.

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Instagram is a popular with iOS and Android users and currently has 130 million with over 16 million photos already shared via the service. With demand for Vine and video-sharing service taking pace, it was more than obvious that Instagram added its own video feature.
Interestingly, users do not need to install an app for Video on Instagram, instead the features will be integrated to the Instagram app itself, which will be available on iOS, Android and the web also.

Instagram has given the video service some goodies that will keep things interesting for its users. The video on Instagram gets 13 new filters for video. Also enabled is the feature on app that lets user select thumbnail for the video. The recorded video is uploaded instantly and can be shared via the social networks. To keep things interesting for the users,

Instagram lets you delete specific portions of the video recorded which ensures the experience of sharing the video is worthwhile.
And in order to negate camera shakes, which in turn plays spoil sport the service gets cinema stabilization technology, the removes all camera shake moments.
Video on Instagram should be available on Google Play and Apple Store very soon.

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