Adobe has delivered an early Christmas present to those who use its free graphic design app, Spark, introducing support for video clips.
The new feature allows users to add a video from their camera roll or computer on the web, edit clips with one-touch trimming, and align video narration or adjust the volume simply with one click.
Here’s an example of the new feature in action for US food publication GFF Magazine, which uses it on social media to drive traffic to its subscription page:
Adobe Spark general manager Aubrey Cattell announced the new video support feature in a blog post this morning, noting that video communication is here to stay.
“It’s only going to become even more important to how we all communicate every day,” he said.
“Our passion at Spark is to make standing out on social easy and fun, and today we’ve made video creation and sharing simpler for everyone.
“Spark Video now supports video clips to help you engage, motivate, and inspire your audience. And best of all, you can do it in just minutes – no big budget or film crew required.”