Adobe Voice is a free iPad app that helps you create animated videos in minutes. The App focuses on using conversational speech to design videos rather than traditional film methods– just talk to tell your story, one line at a time. Voice is designed to advise you how to structure your story to create story lines and sound videos with helpful prompts and ideas for each page. Users can work from a library or import their own images, text and sound.
Quick tutorials are built into the App to help beginners get started and learn about sharing videos and built in hosting. Once you’ve named your project, you can pick a structure—which will prepopulate your slides with some questions for you to answer—or choose to go your own way and make up your own slide order. Each video that is published in Voice will appear on its own web page avoiding unrelated videos and ads. Users can also embed it where they want on their own web page, social media site, phone, or tablet device.
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Adobe Voice puts the power of Creative Cloud’s industry-leading video and audio technology into the hands of the masses.
—Winston Hendrickson, Adobe’s vice-president of products for Creative Media Solutions
Sharing videos is optional via a private link or it can be made publicly available. A private link allows only the people who have the link to view it; the video will not be made discoverable through a search engine. Making the link public means users are giving the Adobe Voice team permission to potentially include it in their feed or showcase it on the website. When a user uploads content onto Voice, the app automatically adds attribution for Creative Commons-licensed images and icons in an auto-populated credits screen at the end of the video.