Spark Page and Spark Video on iOS

Adobe Spark Page and Adobe Spark Video are iOS apps that you can use to create slideshows, websites, and videos.

Spark Page

Use Spark Page on iOS to create single-page web pages which can be hosted and shared publicly. It is ideal for portfolios, resumes, presentations, blog posts, and photo galleries. You can also use these web pages to showcase a product catalog, advertise a special offer, or act as a weekly or monthly newsletter for businesses.

Spark Video

Use Spark Video on iOS to create short videos loaded with fonts, transitions, and color themes.

Supported iOS versions:

iPad or iPhone running iOS 14 or newer.

Using Spark Page

  1. Tap the + sign.
  2. Start from an existing template or from scratch.
  3. Add a title and subtitle.
  4. To add additional content or change the layout, tap the + sign under each section. You can choose to add photos, embed YouTube videos, create buttons, and more.
  5. To preview your page, tap Play.
  6. To share your page and generate a public view-only sharable link, tap Share

Using Spark Video

  1. Tap the + icon.
  2. Start from an existing template or from scratch.
  3. To add videos, text, photos, or icons, tap the + icon.
  4. To record your audio or voiceover, tap Record.
  5. To add extra content to your video, tap the + icon near the slide list.
  6. Change the duration of a slide in your video by setting the timer at the bottom of the slide.
  7. Change the slide's layout, size, or theme using the respective options available.
  8. To preview your video, tap Play.
  9.  To share your video and generate a public view-only sharable link, tap Share.

Sharing and Hosting

Sharing your Spark creations with the world is easy. Just select Publish and you can publish and post your content on Twitter or Facebook, send it via email or text message, or embed it on your website, without thinking about file types.

If you are creating a Spark Video, you can also save your creation locally (on your device Camera Roll) to view offline, upload to other websites, or remix with other apps.

Spark Pages cannot be taken offline but can be linked from other websites, or embedded if your website supports iframes.

Hosting is built-in so you can focus on your story. Each Page and Video you publish appears on its own webpage with a unique URL. This way anyone can watch it from wherever they are, on a phone, tablet, or computer.

 

Frequently asked questions

Spark Page

There are two kinds of photos in Adobe Spark Page: those that crop and those that don’t.

The fill screen and window image types crop the photos depending on the photo and your viewer’s screen size. The inline and full-width photo types will never crop the photo.

  • Use the fill screen photo type to create an immersive experience on screen, but remember to use photos where it is ok that some of it will get cropped.
  • Remember that the cropping of fill screen images will be different on different devices and screen sizes, so check your output looks ok in various situations. You can quickly check this on the desktop by resizing your browser window to explore different aspect ratios.
  • Make sure you set the Focal Point in each fill screen photo. This gives Spark Page a hint as to what the most important part of the photo is to try to keep that point on screen when it crops.
  • If the framing of your photo is important or there are details on the edges that should not be cropped, then use inline or full-width images.

No, you cannot publish Page projects that include a shared brand. To work around this issue:

  1. Ask the owner of the brand to publish the Page project.
    1. Invite the owner of the brand to edit the Page by clicking the invitation button at the top of your Spark Page.
    2. Ask the owner of the brand to duplicate the Page by selecting the page and tapping Duplicate on the home page
    3. Ask the owner of the brand to publish their duplicated version of the Page
  2. Alternatively, switch the brand associated with the Page to a brand that you own.
    1. Tap Themes at the top right of your Spark Page.
    2. Click on the brand switcher at the top of your themes.
    3. Select a brand that you own to switch the brand associated with the Page.
    4. Choose a new theme for your Page. 
    5. Publish your Page.

You can insert videos into your Spark Pages. However, you cannot add videos directly from your computer or device. You must first upload the video to a video hosting service such as:

  • YouTube
  • Vimeo
  • Adobe Spark Video

Once you have uploaded a video, copy its URL. You can then edit your Page and type (or paste) that video URL when prompted for it.

Adobe Spark Pages are hosted on Adobe servers. You can embed hosted content (or links to hosted content) in your own site, but Spark does not support the hosting of content on your own server.

Spark Video

Each Spark Video slide can be up to 30 seconds long. If you'd like to use a video clip longer than 30 seconds, please use the "continue from here" feature to create subsequent slides.

Yes, you have the option of selecting your favorite song from your own music collection. We've also provided a selection of professionally composed, instrumental music tracks for you to use for free. Find one you like that best fits your story. By using one of our custom tracks, we can ensure that you have a high-quality recording that sets the right mood and sounds great behind your own voice.

Spark Video supports the H.264 video codec.

Notice that nifty vertical toolbar on the upper right of the slide containing video? Look for the button with a picture of an arrow facing to the right? Tap this button, and you’ll be able to pick up your video clip on a new slide right where you left off. Once your video is spread out along multiple slides, you can choose which text or icons will appear over the video for the length of that slide. This lets you create professional-looking videos where text changes as the video plays continuously in the background.

Three things might make a sound in your project: video clips, music, and narration.

  • To adjust the volume of a video clip, first tap on your video clip. Then, tap on the volume button. Finally, choose either muted - so that the audio of your video clip is silent, soft - so that the audio of your video clip plays as ambient background or loud - so that the audio of your video clip is front and center.
  • To adjust the music volume, tap the music button in the top right corner of the screen. Then, change the volume using the slider.
  • To adjust the volume of your narration, speak louder or softer as you record.
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