In today’s tutorial on Capcut, a video editing app by Bytedance best-loved for its range of features and music arsenal, we will discuss all there’s to know about adding Spotify music to a video. So, stay with us!
While it’s true that Capcut keeps beefing up its music repository and gives users access to an unlimited library of multi-genre tracks, there is no denying that you may want to add your favorites on Spotify to the video content you’re creating.
Why wait, then? Capcut, standing true to its reputation as a comprehensive video editing app, lets you do so; however, there is a particular process to follow.
In the next two minutes, we will cover two tutorials that will help you add music to your Capcut video and make your videos deeply engaging. So, don’t leave the page and keep reading.
Tutorial 1: How to Download Music from Spotify as MP3?
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Just so you know, Spotify tracks are all encoded in the format of OGG Vorbis with DRM encryption. Given so, it’s almost a nuisance to import its music to Capcut.
What’s the solution, then? Well, to remedy this, you need to remove DRM encryption, which isn’t possible without a dedicated tool designed specifically for Spotify. A simple Google search will lead you to many such converters such as Tunelf Spotibeat Music Converter, which are free, reliable, and come packed with all the ammo needed to convert Spotify music to MP3 files.
All you get to do is to select your favorites, add those to the conversion list, set a few audio parameters, and hit ‘Download.’ Simple!
Note that most of these converters are designed to offer you minimum hassles. So, the process can be wrapped up in a few seconds. The UI of these converters is simple and straight, so the whole process wouldn’t be a slog.
Tutorial 2: How to Add Spotify Music to Capcut?
Once you have converted Spotify tracks, that will be half the battle won. The rest is a cinch. Following are the steps to help you add Spotify music to the video you’re editing on Capcut.
- Open the Capcut app and click the ‘New Project’ button.
- Add videos or photos from your device to position them on the edit timeline.
- Now, tap on the ‘Audio’ button in the menu below.
- Select the ‘Sounds’ option.
- Go to ‘Your Sounds’ and select the audio you have converted to MP3 by tapping on the + button.
- Your music will be added to the video. Edit it and create the perfect masterpiece that you’ve been itching to make.
That’s all for this guide on how to add Spotify music to Capcut. We hope you find this article helpful and create some amazing videos out there.
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