Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Transcript of Vine
like comment share
Rylee has it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
like comment share
Content Boundaries and Use of Vine
In order to provide the Vine service and the ability to communicate and stay connected with others, there are some limitations on the type of content that can be published with Vine. These limitations comply with legal requirements and make Vine a better experience for all. We may need to change these rules from time to time and reserve the right to do so. Please check back here to see the latest.
•Impersonation: You may not impersonate others through the Vine service in a manner that does or is intended to mislead, confuse, or deceive others.
•Trademark: We reserve the right to restrict the use of certain user names and profile URLs on behalf of businesses or individuals that hold legal claim or trademark on those user names or profile URLs. Accounts using business names and/or logos to mislead others will be permanently suspended.
•Privacy: You may not publish or post other people's private and confidential information, such as credit card numbers, street address or Social Security/National Identity numbers, without their express authorization and permission.
•Violence and Threats: You may not publish or post direct, specific threats of violence against others.
•Copyright: We will respond to clear and complete notices of alleged copyright infringement. Our copyright procedures are set forth in the Terms of Service.
•Unlawful Use: You may not use our service for any unlawful purposes or in furtherance of illegal activities. International users agree to comply with all local laws regarding online conduct and acceptable content.
•Pornography and Sexually Explicit Content: You may not post content that is pornographic or sexually explicit—even if it is of yourself or marked as sensitive. For more information on this policy and its application, please see this help center article.
•Misuse of Vine Badges: You may not use a Verified Account badge unless it is provided by Vine. Accounts using these badges as part of profile photos or in a way that falsely implies affiliation with Vine will be suspended.
Spam and Abuse
Vine strives to protect its users from spam and abuse. Technical abuse and user abuse are not tolerated on Vine and may result in permanent suspension.
•Serial Accounts: You may not create serial accounts for disruptive or abusive purposes, or with overlapping use cases. Mass account creation may result in suspension of all related accounts.
•Profile URL Squatting: You may not engage in profile URL squatting. Accounts that are inactive for more than six months may also have their profile URLs removed or reclaimed without further notice. Some of the factors that we take into account when determining what conduct is considered to be profile URL squatting are: ◦the number of profile URLs created;
◦creating profile URLs for the purpose of preventing others from using those profile URL names;
◦creating profile URLs for the purpose of selling those profile URLs.
•Invitation spam: You may not use any of the “Find People” (address book contact importer, Twitter contact importer, invite via email, and invite via text) or “Share” features to send repeat, mass invitations.
•Selling accounts: You may not purchase or sell Vine accounts.
•Malware/Phishing: You may not publish or link to malicious content intended to damage or disrupt another user’s browser or computer, or to compromise a user’s privacy or login information.
•Spam: You may not use the Vine service for the purpose of spamming anyone. Some of the factors that we take into account when determining what conduct is considered to be spamming are: ◦Vine posts: ◾If you post Vine videos with the sole purpose of directing users to an external site or service, particularly if the service advertised is in the business of buying/selling account interactions (followers, “Likes”, etc);
◾If you post Vine videos with deliberately misleading tags or channels;
◾If you post multiple unrelated Vine videos to a hashtag, particularly hashtags surfaced in the Explore tab;
◾If you post duplicate Vine videos over multiple accounts or multiple duplicate Vines on one account;
◾If you purchase “Likes” or re-Vines in an attempt to increase the popularity of your content, through automated or other means;
◾If you use serial accounts to auto re-Vine your content to increase its popularity.
◦Post interactions: ◾If a disproportionate number of users flag your content;
◾If a disproportionate number of your comments have been deleted;
◾If a disproportionate number of users are blocking your profile;
◾If a disproportionate number of users are reporting your profile for spam;
◾If you post large numbers of duplicate comments;
◾If you post large numbers of unsolicited comments in an attempt to advertise a service or link;
◾If you “Like” a large number of Vine videos in an attempt to attract attention to a profile;
◾If you re-Vine a large number of Vine videos in an attempt to attract attention to a profile;
◾If you trade “Likes” for re-Vines with other users;
◾If you repeatedly re-Vine and un-re-Vine in an attempt to attract attention to a profile.
◦Following behaviors: ◾If you have followed a large number of users in a short time period;
◾If you have followed and un-followed the same users in a short time period, particularly by automated means (aggressive follower churn);
◾If you repeatedly follow and un-follow users;
◾If you have a small number of followers compared to the amount of people you are following;
◾Creating or purchasing accounts in order to gain followers;
◾Using or promoting third-party sites or services that claim to get you more followers (such as follower trains, sites promising "more followers fast," or any other site or service that offers to automatically add followers to your profile).
•Profile Images: You may not use obscene or pornographic images in your profile photo.
Accounts engaging in any of the activities specified above may be subject to permanent suspension.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reception And Use
A BBC review described aggregations of Vine (collections of Vine videos) as "mesmerising", and noted that advertising agencies have been quick to seize on Vine's potential, and that stop motion animation is "alive and well".
The app has been used for journalism: on February 1, 2013, a Turkish journalist used it to document the aftermath of a suicide bombing outside the U.S. embassy in Turkey, for which he found that 6 seconds of video covered all the important details.
Pornographic video clips started appearing on the service. Pornography is not forbidden by Twitter's guidelines. One sexually explicit clip was featured as an "Editor's Pick" in the Vine app, which Twitter had blamed on "human error". Because pornographic content violates Apple's terms of service, on February 5, 2013 Twitter raised the minimum age limit to "17+" following a request by Apple. Despite this, many allegations of underage pornography on Vine, as well as Snapchat and other services, remain.
During the Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair happening March 7-10, 2013, the first ever Vine art was sold in the #VeryShortFilmFest launched by Marina Galperina, art editor at news site Animal. New York-based Artist Angela Washko created a Vine titled "Tits on Tits on Ikea", which sold for $200 to Dutch art advisor, curator and collector Myriam Vanneschi.
The app was used by Columbia Records to promote Big Time Rush's album 24/Seven by showing the track names of the album.
Vine was listed among TIME's 50 Best Android Applications for 2013.
On September 9, 2013, Dunkin Donuts became the first company to use a single Vine as an entire television advertisement.
Vine was founded by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll in June 2012. The company was acquired by Twitter in October 2012 for a reported $30 million.
Vine debuted on January 24, 2013 as a free iOS app on the app store. On June 2, 2013, Vine for Android was made available as a free app on Google Play.
In a couple of months, Vine became the most used video-sharing application in the market, even with low adoption of the app. On April 9, 2013, Vine became the most-downloaded free app within the iOS App Store and on January 5, 2014 Vine launched the web version of the service to allow full web profiles.
I Repeat Above
Shared a Photo
like comment share
Rylee has it !!!!!!!
Vine enables users to record short video clips up to (at introduction) six seconds long while recording through its in-app camera. The camera records only while the screen is being touched, enabling users to edit on the fly or create stop motion effects.
That is All!!!!