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Video Making Apps: Adobe Spark Video

Tools recommended by the Coast Mountain College Centre of Learning Transformation

Adobe Spark Video

Spark Video lets you turn your story into a captivating animated narrated video in just minutes. Presenting a report, explaining a concept in class, or telling a personal story has never been easier. Starting with a blank slate, or using gentle prompts as a guide, teachers and students use Spark to talk through their story one line at a time. Pick from thousands of beautiful, iconic images (or use your own) to illustrate yourideas. Select a design theme and supporting music. Spark automatically incorporates cinema-quality animation; just tap play and view it on any device or browser. Then, share with friends, family, and the world.

Cost

The Starter Plan is free. Premium features are available with paid monthly subscriptions.

Logins

Adobe Spark requires that the user be logged in. Users may sign in with a Google account, Facebook account, Apple account, Adobe ID (created for free), or sign up with email. The same login may be used on multiple devices and browsers.

Platforms

The Adobe Spark web application runs on Windows 7 or newer, and Mac OS X. Supported web browsers are Chrome 36 or newer, Firefox 31 or newer, Safari 7 or newer, Internet Explorer 11 or newer, and Microsoft Edge. Chromebooks are supported by Adobe Spark.

The iOS apps will run on any iPhone or iPad running iOS 8 or newer.

Hosting

Your Adobe Spark creations are hosted on the Adobe cloud. Content is automatically saved so that nothing will get lost and so that content may be synced between devices. Links to your content can be shared as desired.

Downloading

Spark Video movies may be downloaded locally (on iOS these will be saved to the Camera Roll).

Getting started

To get started with Adobe Spark, visit spark.adobe.com, signin and you can start creating and sharing.

iOS apps

If you are using an iPhone or iPad, you can also visit spark.adobe.com for links to the iOS apps, or just look for Adobe Spark in the App Store.