You put time and effort into creating your videos, so it makes sense to finish the job by adding an intro. A video intro tells your target audience who you are and fixes your brand identity in their awareness. These little snippets are quick and easy to make because they’re so short; under five seconds is the optimum recommended length. Even though video intros go by quickly, skipping them is like trying to publish a book with no title page.
What is an intro video? Your total video experience may consist of pressing the “record” button on your smartphone, but Adobe Spark is in the business of partnering with you to give your project a sophisticated flair. Each step is presented to you one at a time, so you can try out options and only move forward when you’re ready. Best of all, you can always back up and change anything you do, so your creativity can range freely with no worries about ruining your work.
Clicking the big plus button on web or in the iOS app will open a slide-based editor. No complicated timelines here with Spark video's intro maker! 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, which will guide your creation. Each slide should represent just one point or thought.
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 in the top left corner 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 phone or computer.
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. Simply tap the “Themes” category and choose from tk unique themes. You can also add music by uploading your own track or selecting one of the free songs in 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.
Spark’s free video intro maker is one of the most flexible video tools ever created. You set the number of seconds you want your intro to run, use the slider and decide the order in which each image or video clip will play. The free intro templates allow you to make an animated intro video using a series of still images, and these can be plugged into various arrangements on the screen. You can also upload videos from your mobile device. Each step shows you what’s possible and shows you all the benefits of intro videos.
Spark's free intro maker tools lets you use your own brand logo, font, and colors that work as a reminder of who you are, so that you can alert new viewers to what you’re presenting. Meanwhile, the short length keeps regular followers from becoming impatient and clicking away. Putting together a few seconds' worth of intro video is a powerful, proven way to increase your viewing numbers and gain a reputation for delivering satisfying, polished content. And even better, you can use Spark's video editing software for your outro videos too
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