Once you have created an animated Post video you can use it as part of a Spark Video.
- [Presenter] Once you've created an animated Post video,…you can use that mp4 file as part of a Spark video.…This adds drama to your static images.…Here's an example.…My video starts with an image moving behind the text.…It pauses and then there's a move-in on the text.…Now I couldn't do that with just Spark Video.…I need the effects from Spark Post.…
I'm going to start by clicking the plus sign…and then clicking the red plus sign for video.…I can type in a title, and then, click Start from Scratch.…When my slide appears, I've got the option for video.…I'm going to click it.…And then, I've already exported the mp4 file…from a Spark Post project.…Click Open.…
Now Spark doesn't like videos…that are longer than four seconds,…and it's cropped this one at three seconds.…I'm going to drag that slider over…so that the video is the full four seconds.…And then click the little Play icon to see the effect.…Now the video stops at the three second mark…and has a one second pause,…but I'd like that to be a little longer.…
So what I'm going to do is click Save…
- What is Adobe Spark?
- Finding images and icons
- Using themes
- Creating a base Post project
- Adding and formatting text
- Working with images
- Creating a post of multiple images
- Animating text and backgrounds
- Adding narration and music
- Inserting videos with transitions
- Creating a webpage
- Adding buttons, links, and videos to pages
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1. Getting Started with Adobe Spark
2. Spark Post
3. Spark Video
4. Spark Page
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