Export to other Adobe apps: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom, Creative Cloud etc.
Would be great to have a way to open posts to Illustrator or Photoshop for additional tweaking.
Thanks everyone! Sharing this feedback with the team. Please let me know how you’d like to use this feature (your workflows) so I can share that as well.
Typically Spark is supposed to be the last step in your creation process, but I’d love to hear more about how it could work.
Rolin McQuade commented
I use spark as the first part of my editing process by adding logos, fonts etc and then I like to upload them to rush to add my music before posting. As of right now I need to upload the files from my phone to spark and edit them on the computer because its much easier to edit on my desktop and then redownload them onto my phone before uploading them into rush on my phone to again edit it on rush via my computer. Maybe there is an easier way? I'd love if I could start my process from spark (and be able to play the videos on the web browser version), and then download the file right into rush. That would make life a lot easier for me.
Micheal James commented
Totally, as of late while making a post on Adobe Spark for https://blackbearmerch.net/hoodie/ I needed to use a portion of the highlights of Adobe Illustrator, we should have a fare include
Jason Burroughs commented
This thread has been here and we have been requesting this for over five years now, I don’t understand why this hasn’t happened yet when it would clearly push more customers to subscribe to photoshop to add more flexibility... seems like a win-win?
Sharing between any Adobe product to allow for additional editing would be extremely useful. I love Spark and use it for everything from postcard design to social media posts to short videos. It's quick and helps me form other ideas, ones I end up doing in PhotoShop/Ai/etc... I would absolutely love to be able to go back and forth between Spark and other Adobe products to easily tweak things.
Erik Moe commented
Client requested the "files" for a project so another designer can build on them. In the past I would have used Photoshop for such a project (very quick web ads in three sizes), but I knew it was simple enough to do very quickly in Spark. Would be nice to be able to download a layered PSD. I know I can invite this other designer to be a collaborator but the client seems to want to keep us separate.
The function should be the same as Comp, but online. You should be able to mirror that work flow..
Exelente que rico editar videos también
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This is a much needed option for anybody collaborating with other designers.
Export to psd
This would be helpful. Export as PSD &/or Export as AI.
Depending on my needs I often create something directly in Spark, rather than creating it in Photoshop or Illustrator.
But the only way to make future edit is to keep it in Spark. But the editing is limited. AND sometimes Spark doesn't always load -- being able to download an important file as a backup just in case would be helpful.
Being able to have Spark files exported as a layered file fit for either Photoshop or Illustrator would be a great help.
Text layers need to be editable too.
This feature would also be helpful if I wanted to clean up my Spark folders. Including deleting some Spark files. But first I would download the PSD or AI files to have just in case I need to re-work the file say in a week or 3 years.
Or a special Spark file type that BOTH Photoshop and Illustrator can read could be a boon. That could then later be uploaded BACK to Spark if needed. Photoshop and Illustrator would need to have a Save-As option that for that special Spark file if changes are made.
Even if special Spark file (with all the layers & text layers) is only able to be uploaded back to Spark would be helpful for any download backup option that could be done (maybe back up folders which create a zip folder of individual Spark files... or download backup of individual spark files). Then we could still play cleanup - download backups and later upload as needed to make future edits within Spark.
Thank you for your time.
hola es posible abrir un archivo exportado de Ai a adobe spark??
When done creating, Designing and etc...is it going to be saved, New to this, Just learning
Yes please! Need export to InDesign.
Would be so useful to have this, need to be able to animate in after affects and if that means going through photoshop first then thats fine.
Quinn McGinley commented
Yes! Spark is great for quick ideation but sometimes I want to fine-tune things in Illustrator!
One Plus 7 commented
Absolutely, recently while creating a post on Adobe Spark for https://caindelhi.in I wanted to leverage some of the features of Adobe Illustrator, it would be great if we can have an export feature
I'm not the best at creating eye-catching graphics, which is why I genuinely love Spark. However once I've got started on a project I know how I'd like to finish it... and I can do that in Photoshop, but as far as I'm aware (I'd love to be told I'm wrong) I can't save it and re-open in Photoshop as a .PSD file. The content on Adobe Spark is already in layers so surely your guru's could devise a way for us to export as a PSD file? Please!
How does this apply to desktop? I create posts on mobile (android) and the share menu ... is terrible. So I am working on my desktop. There is an option to select multiple posts/ files, but then no way to download. I just had to download 20 files individually to my desktop, so that I can upload to CC - that makes zero sense. Desktop option to download / upload direct to CC would be great.
Michael Buelens commented
I think this is a bad idea. If you want to edit it in Photoshop why not create it in photoshop in the first place?
Have any of you tried Adobe Comp? It's a far more advanced mobile layout app that can export to Ps, Ai, Ind and Adobe XD....