Adobe Spark Video can help you create engaging YouTube intros without any prior design or editing experience. Easily add photos, video clips, icons, or voiceover to your YouTube video intros.
Start by creating a new Adobe Spark Video project.
Selecting the plus button in the web or iOS app will open a slide-based editor. We suggest storyboarding your video story within the app by selecting one of the preloaded story structures or creating your own.
Add media to the slides.
Choose between images, video clips, icons, or text. You can search for free images within Adobe Spark Video or use your own. 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.
Select pre-designed layouts.
Present your media in a variety of layouts by selecting one of the pre-loaded placements from the “Layouts” tab.
Use text to communicate key information or calls to action.
Adding on-screen text to your intro video enhances your messaging. You can also add voiceover to your video by hitting the red button and speaking into your phone or computer.
Add music with a theme and soundtrack.
Adobe Spark Video comes preloaded with themes that control the overall look and feel of your intro video. Themes power transitions between slides and the motion of elements. Select the “Themes” category to choose from unique themes. You can also add music by uploading your own track or selecting one of the free audio tracks in Adobe Spark Video.
Publish and share.
Sharing your completed video is a great way to boost visibility and viewership. Save your intro video directly to your device or copy the link to share it online. Post the video on your social media platforms, YouTube channels, blog, or send it by text or email. Adobe Spark Video makes it easy to showcase your creations through whatever channels you desire.
Using standard video software can leave your intro video looking like countless others on YouTube. Adobe Spark Video’s selection of customization options allows you to create something that stands out. Play around with the various design features; make changes on the fly. Adobe Spark Video’s YouTube intro creator makes video production easier than ever.