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Adobe Spark Tutorials

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General

Invite Collaborators to a Spark Project

This tutorial will show you how to invite a collaborator to a new or existing Spark project.To start, first log into Adobe Spark at spark.adobe.com (for help with signing in see our tutorial here). Once you are signed in you will see a row of your Spark projects....

Using Adobe Spark with a Penn State Adobe Account

This tutorial will show you how to log into Adobe Spark with your Penn State Adobe Creative Cloud Account.Logging into Spark Access Adobe Spark on any web browser by going to spark.adobe.com in order to log in. Once there, click on Log in in the top-right corner of...

Using Adobe Stock Images

Before you start searching for Adobe Stock Images, you will need to fill out the  Adobe Stock request form. Please note that Premium Stock items are not available with your Penn State Adobe account and are mostly limited to Images.This tutorial shows you how to...

Video

Adding Text and Icons to an Adobe Spark Video Project

This tutorial will show you how to add text and icons to a Spark Video project.Adding Text to a Spark Video SlideSelect the slide that you want to add text or an icon to.Click the "+" button where you want to add text. The number of text options and the location of...

Downloading or Sharing a Spark Video Project

This tutorial will show you how to share and/or download your Spark Video project.Once you have finished working on your video, you can share and/or download it. The buttons for each of these are located above the video preview area.  Downloading a Spark VideoIf you...

Adding Still Images to an Adobe Spark Video Project

This tutorial will show you how to add still images to a Spark Video project.To add a still image to your Spark Video project, start by clicking the New Slide button in the lower-left corner of the interface. The new slide will be added. Your choices for the slide...

Recording Narration in Spark Video

This tutorial will show you how to add narration to your Spark Video project. It is simple to record your narration in Adobe Spark Video. Along the bottom of the slide, in the preview/editing area, there is a microphone button.     To record narration, click...

How to add a video to Adobe Spark Video

This tutorial will show you how to add video clips to your Adobe Spark project. It is easy to add videos to your Adobe Spark Video project. To start you will want to make sure the video you would like to bring into the Spark Video editor is saved to the desktop of...

Selecting Music in Spark Video

This tutorial will show you how to select music for your Spark Video project.To add music to your video project select the Music option from the menu in the top right corner of the screen.  This will open the Adobe Spark Video music library. This music is all...

Selecting a Theme in Spark Video

This tutorial will show you how to select a theme for your Spark Video project.The theme option in Spark Video dictates the color scheme, the transition style, the font/text style, and the music for the entire video project. Note: you can change the theme mid-project...

Selecting a Layout in Spark Video

This tutorial will show you how to select a layout for your Spark Video project.Each slide within your Spark Video project will need a layout. To select the layout you would like to use for a slide, first select the slide and then click on Layout on the top right of...

Starting a Spark Video Project and the Spark Video Interface

This tutorial will show you how to select a Spark Video project, name the project, and around the editor interface. To start, first log into Adobe Spark at spark.adobe.com, for help with signing in see our tutorial here. Once you are signed in you will see a plus...

Extending Longer Clips in Adobe Spark Video

Extending Longer Clips in Adobe Spark Video After uploading your video clip to an Adobe Spark Video project, trim to the maximum length starting from wherever you would like the clip to begin. You will be presented with a Keep it going dialogue box. Click OK Got...

Allowing Microphone Access (Particularly, Snowball Mics)

Allowing Microphone Access (Particularly, Snowball Mics) When recording audio in GarageBand, Adobe Rush or Spark Video and other apps that make use of an external microphone like the Blue Snowball attached to Media Commons editing stations, you will be prompted to...

Pages

Creating Spark Page for Research Fair Poster with Video Intro

Penn State students, faculty and staff have access to all of Adobe's software, like Adobe Spark, free of charge. Please start here to sign up for your own account today.  In addition to Adobe Spark, Penn State community members can also download professional tools...

Creating a Web Page

This tutorial will show you how to create a new Web Page in Adobe Spark. To create a new Page - from your "Projects" homepage in Spark, click on the blue "+" icon at the top of your screen. In the window that appears, Spark will show you some pre-built templates that...

Creating a Post Using the Glideshow Feature

This tutorial will show you how to use the Glideshow feature of Spark in order to create a blog post. When you are ready to create your first blog post, scroll down in your page and click on the last "+" icon that you see to add more content. To create a new post, you...

Adding Pictures into Your Posts (Glideshow)

Before you add a picture, make sure to create a post first! To add a photo into your post, you can do this by clicking on any of the + icons within your Glideshow, and then selecting Photo. This will give you the standard options for adding photos, either by uploading...

Adding Videos Into Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to add videos directly into your post. If you are adding a video to a post (as a Glideshow), make sure you create a post first! Spark makes it really easy to add YouTube, Vimeo.com, and Adobe Spark videos into your page. All you need is...

Adding Content Into Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to add various forms of content into your Page. You can add as much content into your page as you see fit. Spark will always present you with a "+" button for the areas where you can add this content. Once you click on the +, it will...

Publishing Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to publish your page in Adobe Spark. Once you've created a page and are ready for people to view it, you can publish your page. In order to do so, look up at the top of the page, and you will see a button that says Share. Once you click...

Using Buttons to Link to Other Pages

This tutorial will show you how to create the page, and then add it to your main blog using Buttons. To create a new page that you would like to link to, please follow the previous tutorials for Creating a Page and Publishing a Page. Once you've published your new...

Updating Your Spark Page After Making a Change

Each time you make a change to your Spark Page you will need to update your page's link so viewers can see the changes you've made. Your page's URL will always stay the same once you've published it, and you can update that URL to reflect your changes. If you've...

Spark Page: Preview Mode and Present Mode

This tutorial will show you how to preview your page so you can see how it looks to those viewing your page! Please note the distinction between Preview and Present below. Preview Mode Once you've worked on your Page a bit, you may want to preview what it will look...

Nutrition 360 

Using Adobe Spark with a Penn State Adobe Account

This tutorial will show you how to log into Adobe Spark with your Penn State Adobe Creative Cloud Account.Logging into Spark Access Adobe Spark on any web browser by going to spark.adobe.com in order to log in. Once there, click on Log in in the top-right corner of...

Creating a Web Page

This tutorial will show you how to create a new Web Page in Adobe Spark. To create a new Page - from your "Projects" homepage in Spark, click on the blue "+" icon at the top of your screen. In the window that appears, Spark will show you some pre-built templates that...

Creating a Post Using the Glideshow Feature

This tutorial will show you how to use the Glideshow feature of Spark in order to create a blog post. When you are ready to create your first blog post, scroll down in your page and click on the last "+" icon that you see to add more content. To create a new post, you...

Adding Pictures into Your Posts (Glideshow)

Before you add a picture, make sure to create a post first! To add a photo into your post, you can do this by clicking on any of the + icons within your Glideshow, and then selecting Photo. This will give you the standard options for adding photos, either by uploading...

Adding Videos Into Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to add videos directly into your post. If you are adding a video to a post (as a Glideshow), make sure you create a post first! Spark makes it really easy to add YouTube, Vimeo.com, and Adobe Spark videos into your page. All you need is...

Adding Content Into Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to add various forms of content into your Page. You can add as much content into your page as you see fit. Spark will always present you with a "+" button for the areas where you can add this content. Once you click on the +, it will...

Publishing Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to publish your page in Adobe Spark. Once you've created a page and are ready for people to view it, you can publish your page. In order to do so, look up at the top of the page, and you will see a button that says Share. Once you click...

Updating Your Spark Page After Making a Change

Each time you make a change to your Spark Page you will need to update your page's link so viewers can see the changes you've made. Your page's URL will always stay the same once you've published it, and you can update that URL to reflect your changes. If you've...

Spark Page: Preview Mode and Present Mode

This tutorial will show you how to preview your page so you can see how it looks to those viewing your page! Please note the distinction between Preview and Present below. Preview Mode Once you've worked on your Page a bit, you may want to preview what it will look...

NUTR 360: Adding an Introductory Paragraph to Your Page

This tutorial will show you how to add an introductory paragraph to your page. Once you've created your page, the next step is to add an introductory paragraph so viewers know who you are and what your blog is about. To do this, we are going to...