How to Make Vine Edits With Gifs and Music

Making a vine edit is a process that can be done with a few simple steps. With the right tools and a little bit of creativity, anyone can make a great vine edit.

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If you want to make an aesthetic video for Vine, you’re going to need to put in a little bit of extra effort. Luckily, there are a few key things you can do to make your Vine edits stand out from the rest. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to make Vine edits with gifs and music.

What you need:

-Your favorite video editing app (I use Inshot)
-A video clip or gif that’sLooped for easy editing (optional but recommended)
-A song that you think would fit the vibe of your video or gif (You can find royalty free music on YouTube or other websites)

The first step is to find a video clip or gif that you want to use. If you’re using a video clip, make sure it’s a short one because you’re going to be looping it. I like to find GIFs that are already looped because it makes the editing process a lot easier and quicker.

Once you have your video or GIF, open up your editing app and import the file. I like to start by adding some text at the beginning so people know what they’re watching. You can add text at the end too if you want.

After you’ve added your text, it’s time to start adding some music! Find a song that you think would fit well with the vibe of your video or GIF. If you can’t find anything that you like, there are plenty of websites where you can find royalty free music.

Once you have your song, import it into your editing app and line it up with your video or GIF. I like to keep the music playing for the whole duration of the video or GIF so that it feels more like one cohesive unit. However, feel free to experiment and see what works best for you!

And that’s it! You now know how to make Vine edits with GIFs and music. Have fun and be creative!

Setting up your workspace:

Vine is a great platform for short, creative videos. But if you want to take your Vine edits to the next level, you need to add gifs and music.

Here’s how to set up your workspace so you can make amazing Vine edits with gifs and music:

1. First, you need to download a video editing app. We recommend using iMovie or Splice.

2. Next, find some gifs that you want to use in your edit. We recommend using Giphy or Imgur.

3. Once you have your gifs, open up the video editing app and import them into the app.

4. Now it’s time to add some music! Find a song that you want to use in your edit, and import it into the video editing app.
5. Lastly, start putting everything together! Arrange your gifs and music how you want them, and then start recording your Vine edit.

Editing your video:

If you’re like most people, you probably take a lot of video on your phone. And if you’re like most people, you probably never do anything with it. But there’s a new trend on Vine that’s changing all that, and it’s called “Gif editing.”

Gif editing is basically taking a video and adding gifs and music to it to make it more interesting. And the best part is, it’s really easy to do! Here’s how:

1. Choose a video you want to edit. It can be anything!
2. Choose the gifs you want to add. You can find these online or make your own.
3. Add the gifs to your video using an editing app like Splice or iMovie.
4. Add music to your video using an app like Splice or iMovie.
5. Export your video and share it with your friends!

Adding music:

You can add music to your vine edits by using a video editing app like Splice or iMovie. Once you’ve imported your vine videos into the app, find the audio track that you want to use and drag it over the section of the video that you want to have music. You can trim the audio track to fit the length of your video, and adjust the volume so that it’s not too loud or too soft.

Adding gifs:

To add a gif to your Vine, first find the gif you want to use. You can search for gifs on websites like Giphy or Tumblr. Once you have found the gif you want to use, tap and hold the gif. Then, press “copy.”

Next, open the Vine app and create a new vine. To do this, tap the “+” sign in the bottom center of the screen.

Once you have created a new vine, tap on the screen where it says “tap to add caption.” A menu will pop up with different options for adding captions, stickers, and effects to your vine. Tap on the “gif” option.

Paste the url of the gif you copied earlier into the search bar that appears at the top of the screen and press enter. You should now see the gif appear in your video!

Exporting your video:

Now that you have your video edited and are happy with the result, it’s time to export it. This is the process of saving your work so that you can share it with the world. In Giphy Cam, exporting is super easy: just tap the share button in the bottom left corner of the screen.

You’ll be given a few different options for how to share your video. If you want to share it on Vine, tap the Vine icon. You’ll be taken to the Vine app where you can enter a caption and then post your video.

If you want to share your video on another platform like Twitter or Facebook, tap the social media icon of your choice. A link to your video will be generated that you can then post on your chosen platform.

You can also save your video to your camera roll by tapping the save button. This will allow you to access your video at any time from any device.

Tips and tricks:

Creating Vine edits with gifs and music can be a great way to make your videos more engaging and fun. Here are some tips and tricks to help you get started:

-Start by finding a gif that you want to use. You can search for gifs on Google or use a site like Giphy.
-Once you have found a gif, open it in an editing program like Photoshop or GIMP.
-Resize the gif so that it is the same size as your Vine video.
-Export the gif as a .mp4 file.
-Open your Vine video in an editing program like iMovie or Windows Movie Maker.
-Import the .mp4 file into your video timeline.
-Place the gif over the part of the video that you want to edit.
-Export your edited Vine video as a .mp4 file.
-Upload the video to Vine and share it with your friends!


In conclusion, we hope this guide helped you understand the basics of editing vines with gifs and music. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us on social media or leave a comment below.

Further reading/resources:

-If you want to learn more about making videos with Giphy, check out this tutorial:

-To explore more about using music in your videos, this guide from Hubspot is a great starting point:

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