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Voice is Adobe's new, free, simple, and inventive multimedia iPad app that lets every amateur artist go pro. Voice ...
Voice is Adobe's new, free, simple, and inventive multimedia iPad app that lets every amateur artist go pro. Voice combines narration, text, photographs, iconography and music to produce truly imaginative and captivating video stories. Voice is, basically, the best tool to make explainer videos.
These explainer videos are something between videos and slideshows. In the background, there is music, and the foreground includes animation, drawings, and a narrator. Static presentations are given a breath of new life by inserting a user's own recorded voice, while the music, imagery, and motion graphics and effects bring cinema quality to them.
Whether it's a news report, business figures report, school project, or set of instructions, etc., this app makes every creative professional attempt a small work of art. The animated videos can be easily shared on social media websites and personal blogs, and can be emailed through a simple link.
According to Adobe's press release, Voice packs the following key features:
To get started with Voice, the app offers inspirational videos and a “wheel” of story ideas to give your new artwork a significant structure
Voice offers a library of more than 25,000 well-designed icons, many Web images, or your own personal photos, to complement your amazing graphics
Adobe's After Effects tool, which automatically employs cinema-style graphics to a real-time story, inspired Voice's advanced graphics engine.
To make your content come to life with dynamic animation effects, there are a number of animated themes. For example, there is an animated watercolour effect which makes you feel like you're painting images on the spot, or a chalky drawing style effect for a vintage-looking video.
The messages you enter with Voice are accompanied with a collection of music to give it a professional sound.
Usage rights of Creative Commons icons and images are regulated with a credits and attribution page.
Adobe's Voice has already received some good feedback: Jeff Larson, a teacher at Balboa High School in San Francisco, says,
“The story starter functions in Adobe Voice allow my students to quickly ascertain what their intent and purpose is. It gives them a nice framework, and guides them step-by-step through what they want to say. One of the things I really enjoy seeing is the students’ excitement about working together to tell and share stories and ideas with each other. As a teacher in a school that also has an integrated curriculum, I can see my students being able to use Adobe Voice in a variety of classes—quickly and immediately.”