How to Download Vine Videos to your Desktop

How to Download Vine Videos to your Desktop

How to Download Vine Videos to your Desktop

Vine is a mobile app from Twitter that enables users to create and post short video clips. The videos created by Vine are of only 6 seconds, and in these 6 seconds, users need to show their creativity or convey their message. The video can then be posted on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Vine was initially made for iOS, and then later on an Android version was also released. But now it has been reported that Vine for Windows Phone is coming soon.

Let’s say you’re using Vine and have created some awesome videos using the app, but now you want to download those videos to your desktop. You might want to download the Vine video just for storage purpose or for that time when you’re not connected to the Internet and can’t live without your videos. The question that comes to the mind is how would you do that as Vine doesn’t offers any such option.

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Way To Download The Vine Video From The Web Browser

Fortunately, there’s a way to download the Vine video from the web browser. Simply right-click on the video and then select the “Save video as” option. You might want to change the name of the video and then save it to your desktop or any other location.


The video will be downloaded in MP4 format. This method is tested and works on Chrome and Firefox. Do try it out!

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