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This article was published on March 27, 2015


Vine now supports 720p HD video, update rolling out to iOS first with Android to follow

Vine now supports 720p HD video, update rolling out to iOS first with Android to follow
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Vine today released an update to support higher quality videos. Previously, Vine videos published at 420p – with the new update, users can now upload at 720p.

Vine provided an example photo below, which shows crisper images in screen captures. This update is more apparent in video as well.

vine compare
Left: 420p Right: 720p

Both Android and iOS users can view HD Vines with today’s update. The ability to upload in 720p will roll out “in the coming days” to iOS users, with Android support coming soon.

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