Since debuting in early 2013, Vine has been a social network all about capturing moments in the actual moment, but starting today the Twitter-owned app is finally letting users upload old videos, opening the floodgates for the inevitable #latervine craze.
The Vine update now lets users import videos from their iPhone’s camera roll, six glorious seconds at a time, and you can even upload multiple videos at once, as long as they’re short enough.
Checkout the video a video preview of the new features:
Along with importing old videos, the update also brings a number of new video editing features that will let you duplicate clips, a mute switch for creating silent Vines, and an option to delete you most recent shot.
Rule of Thirds followers were be delighted to see the addition of an optional grid and level. There’s also a focus lock for the front and rear cameras, ghost mode for overlaying the last frame of your previous shot on your viewfinder, and a new ‘torch’ mode for shooting in really dark locations.
The huge update is rolling out to iOS users today with an Android release expected to follow soon after.