If you love taking pictures more than filming videos, then you probably came across the fact that it is very difficult to convey the whole atmosphere of a moment or event with one selection of photos. With a iPhone app called Spark Video, you can turn your photos into a real video story with music, voice and text comments and transitions …
We start, as is the case with all Adobe Spark applications, from the Inspiration tab: here you will find works created by other users using this application. You can get ideas on how best to design your video, or jump straight to the creation. First, you are asked to choose a template from several types of stories. Thanks to them, you can not waste time thinking over the structure of the video and start filling it right away. If nothing works, then you can always start with a blank sheet.
If you choose a template, then on each video fragment, in addition to the layout (you can change it), there is also a tip on what is better to place here. For example, in the Tell What Happened template, fragment 1 asks you to tell what the story will be about, in the second – when it happened, and so on. You can also add a voice note to each fragment in case you don't want to overload the frame with text. It's also great for creating vlogs.
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The Themes tab contains several design styles – and about half of them need to be downloaded to use. This is more of a plus: precious space on your phone is not clogged with unnecessary filters. Themes are responsible for frame colors, fonts, and transitions.
In the “Music” section, you can add audio accompaniment to the video – you can choose both from templates and from the music on your iPhone. Then
the created video can be exported to social networks, iMessage, sent by e-mail or saved video to Camera Roll (MPEG-4 AVC format). The project is automatically added to Creative Cloud.
Spark Video is a simple and intuitive program for creating videos from photos. If you remember that this is not a video editor, but, in fact, a tool for creating high-quality slideshows, then installation is more than justified – especially if you remember that the program is free.