From your iOS mobile or web app, click the plus button in Adobe Spark, then select video to launch a new project in the video editor. Title your video to get started—don’t worry, it’s easy to change the title later—then dive into the video editing fun. You can watch the brief tutorial on how to edit videos or skip straight to adding your own content to slides.
By using animated text, live photos, and sticker animations, you can turn static graphic posts into short social videos that offer major wow-factor with minimal work. One-tap social videos are easy to make in Adobe Spark Post. From the mobile app (available on Android and iOS), pick from the templates crafted by our professional designers to begin making the content your own. You can also start from scratch by tapping the plus button. From there, add animations under “effects” to easily transform a graphic into a video.
Screencast.com is TechSmith's private image and video hosting service. A person can store their content on the servers for personal or commercial usage at no charge. The free site offers control over privacy levels, links for content URL's and embed code, content view numbers and allows other users to comment on videos. Free accounts receive 2 GB storage and 2 GB bandwidth, but they may purchase more.
What story are you ready to tell? Whatever it is, Spark’s free editing video software allows you and your brand story to shine. Your followers just may think you’ve got a film editing crew on staff. The beauty of this video editor is the simple, intuitive interface and the fact that anyone can use it. It’s the best software for video editing made easy. And, it’s free. There’s no need for complicated timelines or an investment in learning complex (and pricey) video editing software. Just download the web or iOS app, upload your media, tweak the themes and text, and you have a gorgeous video in minutes. The pre-formatted story templates are perfect for slideshows, teaser videos, explainer videos, lesson plan videos, campaign videos, recap videos (from your wedding or corporate event), promo videos, as a music video editor, and so much more. The only thing missing are your images and message. The professionals at Adobe did all the heavy lifting and built in the design elements and motion...all that’s left for you is the fun part: storytelling.
TechSmith launched a web show in August 2010. Common topics of conversation include screen capture, screencasting, various tools and techniques. There are normally guests either over Skype or in person. The first guest was Jon Udell, a Microsoft Evangelist and long-time screencaster who helped come up with the term screencasting. The Forge is hosted on YouTube as well as TechSmith's Visual Lounge (blog site). Matt Pierce hosts the show. The format normally consists of interviews, promotions, and product reviews. Videos created from other users are sometimes featured on the show as well.
Finishing tools: Once you have your screen capture recording the way you want it, you can utilize the various tools included in the program to make your video complete. These include multiple Transition Options, Voice Narration, a Zoom and Pan effect, Cursor Effects, Captions, Quizzing, and more. You can also use built-in tools to enhance and improve the audio quality of your voice recording.