Using Adobe Spark as an explainer video maker allows you to create online presentations that stand out from the competition. Thanks to a selection of customization options, your explainer videos will be as unique as they are engaging. Easily add photos, video clips, icons, or voice to your own explainer videos. Make as many changes as you wish to text, layout, images, and music until you’re satisfied.
Choosing the plus button in the Adobe Spark app will open a slide-based editor. We suggest storyboarding out your video story within the app by selecting one of the preloaded story structures or creating your own by adding notes to slides.
Now it’s time to add media to your slides. Choose between images, video clips, icons, or text. You can search for free photos or icons within the tool or use your own images or video clips. Add up to 30 seconds of video at a time to each slide. We recommend using short video clips or images to visually represent your message.
Present your media in a variety of layouts by selecting one of the preloaded placements labeled “layouts.”
Text on screen makes sure those watching your video without the sound turned on get your full message. If you’d like to speak directly to your audience, simply record your voice by hitting the red button and speaking into your device.
Adobe Spark Video comes pre-loaded with themes that control the overall look and feel of your video. Themes power transitions between slides and the motion of elements. Select the “Themes” category and choose from unique themes. You can also add music by uploading your own track or selecting one of the free tracks in Adobe Spark Video.
Once you’ve finished the video, share it directly to social media, email the link, or save the video to your iPhone or Android camera roll as an mp4.
Adobe Spark walks you through the process of making a great explainer video. Get the production process started by selecting the “Video” option in the main menu. Next, give your project a name. You can then choose from a large selection of ready-made video templates provided by Adobe Spark. Alternatively, you can start your video from scratch.
Adobe Spark is completely free and delivers results. Additionally, Adobe Spark allows you to remain in charge throughout the design process. And you can do all this without any prior video production knowledge.