Adobe Voice Video Creation App Launches on iPhone

By Brandy Shaul Comment

Adobe Voice

Following its release on iPad in 2014, Adobe has launched its Adobe Voice app on iPhone. The app allows users to create animated videos by recording their own voice clips and combining their audio with icons, photos and text.

With Adobe Voice, users can browse a variety of video templates, or start a project from scratch. When creating a video, users tap and hold to record a line of narration, and can listen to, or re-record each line before moving on.

After recording each statement, users can search for an image or icon relating to the phrase, which will be displayed in the final video while the voice clip plays. Users can import their own photos from Dropbox, Facebook, Creative Cloud, Lightroom or their camera roll, and can also take new photos within the app. The app also allows users to search for photos tagged with a Creative Commons license, and includes a separate library of icons to search or browse. In addition to images and icons, users can also add text to their videos.

Users can preview their videos before sharing them, and can also change the background music for their projects by browsing the app’s library of tracks. Finally, users can choose from multiple themes for their projects, with different themes having different backgrounds and font styles.

When a project is complete, users can give their video a name and subtitle before sharing it to social media. Users can also edit the credits for the video, if necessary.

Adobe Voice is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store. The app has reportedly been downloaded more than 3.5 million times on iPad since its launch in 2014.

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