I've created a video with my class, where we used our own images or free images from the internet. It won't allow me to download or publish anything because it's saying I have a licensed Adobe Spark photo in it. I don't have ANY from Adobe Spark. How can I fix this?
Are you using an Adobe application to create or edit the video? If so, let us know what it is so this can be moved to the proper forum. Otherwise, we'll probably try you out in the Adobe Creative Cloud Express forum, which is what Spark has been renamed.
Perhaps one of the "free" images was a Spark image that somebody had posted on the internet.
Yes - beware of any site offering collections of "free" stuff of any kind. Often they are collected by people with no respect for copyright, and can get you in trouble. Some people actually believe that if it's on the internet it has no copyright, so they just share away.
I completely agree. I got everything off Pixabay, though, so that can't be it. Even when I took all images out, it wouldn't let me download or publish. I think it got corrupted somehow.