Along with its financial results, Twitter announced Thursday it will shut down its video-sharing app Vine in the "coming months." And while some online services have stepped in to help users save their Vines before the service is stopped, at least one company has gone one step further.

The app, which lets users share 6-second videos, has received interest for a potential buyout from Pornhub.

CNET shared a letter from Pornhub vice president Corey Price to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, which said: "We figure since Twitter has dropped (Vine) and is having significant layoffs, that you and your stakeholders could benefit from a cash infusion from the sale of Vine. Not to mention we would be saving Vine gems like 'Damn Daniel,' 'Awkward Puppets' and many more."

The report further added that Pornhub promised to "restore the app to its former NSFW glory" and stated that "Clips of porn in 6 seconds is more than enough time for people to enjoy themselves."

However, whether the Pornhub-Vine deal goes through or not, there is still a way to save your Vines for perpetuity.

Giphy, the online photo and video database has stepped up to help Vine users save their videos before the app shuts down. The company posted on its website Friday that Giphy users could save their Vines by transferring all their existing ones to their Giphy accounts, using its loop tool.

The Vines would be then be shareable on Giphy as GIFs. But these won't be regular GIFs; they will have both video and audio, using the source data directly from Vines.