Use the integrated Adobe Photo Editor to add text, drawings, stickers, frames, and overlays to your cinemagraphs. This is a great way to jazz up your cinemagraphs for social networks like Instagram and Snapchat.
To access Adobe Creative SDK on the iPad app, select Edit Image on the still image thumbnail under the Timeline tab. To access Adobe Creative SDK on the iPhone app, select Still Image > Edit under the Timeline tab.
Note: Adobe Creative SDK is a photo editor so any edits you make will only be applied to the still component of your cinemagraph. Make sure that the placement of these edits will not interfere with your mask.
Select Text and enter your text into the text box. Once your text appears on your cinemagraph, you can change its size, location, orientation, font, and color.
Select Draw and choose a color and size for your brush. Use your finger or Apple Pencil to paint and erase the drawing from your cinemagraph.
Select Sticker and browse the Original collection for stickers to add to your cinemagraph. Select Supply Shop to browse for more free sticker collections.
Select Frame and and browse the Original & Signature collections for a frame to add to your cinemagraph. Select Supply Shop to browse for more free frame collections.
Select Overlay and browse the Original collection for shape overlays to add to your cinemagraph. Select Supply Shop to browse for more free overlay collections.
Note: Overlays can only be applied to cinemagraphs with a 1:1 aspect ratio.