Video has always been a good way to record precious moments in life. A piece of appropriate background music will be the icing on the cake. With the increasing popularity in streaming music, there are more and more music resources to access on a different platform. As the owner of the biggest music library, Spotify is the first choice without a doubt.
To edit a video, Premiere Pro is a professional and the best tool in many people's minds. So how to use Spotify music in Premiere Pro for video background music? If you are searching for the topic, this article will help you solve puzzles effectively. Let's see what you need and how to add Spotify music to Premiere Pro within just 4 simple steps.
Part 1. Tool to Add Spotify Music to Premiere Pro
As we all know, the obvious shortcoming of streaming music services is that the music they provided are encrypted files, which means you can only listen to music from the provider's app or website. This causes a huge inconvenience to those video makers, for the reason that most video cutters such as Premiere Pro, only support to import songs from a local folder. Hence, to put Spotify music to Premiere Pro, we need to figure out how to download Spotify music as local audio files.
Speaking of decoding Spotify music, AudFree Spotify Music Converter is the optimal choice for you, which is proficient in removing the DRM limitation from Spotify tracks. Every type of audio files from Spotify such as tracks, podcasts, audiobooks, radios, etc can be downloaded and converted to MP3, FLAC, WAV, AAC, M4A, M4B, and so forth without touching the original quality. In other words, the raw metadata like artist, album, genre, year, etc. can be fully saved in the converted music files.
Adopting the most advanced technology, this smart tool is able to run at 5X faster speed during the converting process, and up to 100 songs can be added and converted successfully at once.
Part 2. How to Import Spotify Music into Premiere Pro
Before we start to convert, please note these 3 points.
The first one is to confirm that you have connected an audio output device such as a speaker, headphone, etc. to your computer and the connection is fine.
The next one is to make sure that the tracks are available and play well in Spotify.
At last, please check whether the Spotify desktop app is a Windows Store's version. If yes, please totally uninstall it by using a powerful uninstaller. And re-install a new one from the official website.
- Step 1Find and drag songs from Spotify and add to AudFree
- Download AudFree Spotify Music Converter on your computer. Then turn it on and the Spotify app will be launched automatically. Copy the URL of the song/playlist/album from Spotify, and then paste it to the vacant search bar in AudFree. Now click to the '+' button next to the bar. Or you can choose directly drag and drop the song/playlist/album from Spotify to the blank field of AudFree's main page. A few seconds later, the songs you picked will be streamed to AudFree successfully.
- Step 2Reselect output settings of Spotify audios in AudFree
- It is supported to customize the output parameters as you want. For the Windows user, you are suggested to hit on the hamburger icon on the upper side menu column of AudFree. Then tap on "Preferences" > "Convert". For the Mac user, you are able to find the "AudFree Spotify Music Converter" from the menu of the Mac system, which is located on the upper left corner of the screen. A settings window will open. Please click the drop-down icon to see the details of output parameters of every choice like format, bit rate, sample rate, channel, etc. To remain the same quality as the raw one, please set the bit rate to 320kbps and sample rate to 48000 Hz.
- Step 3Download Spotify music for Adobe Premiere Pro
- Please press on the obvious 'Convert' button on the bottom right corner of AudFree. The software will start ripping the DRM and convert Spotify songs to the settings you chose. The converting process will last for a while, which is based on the number of streams in the queue and the internet connection. After the program finishes working, please follow the on-screen prompts to locate the local music folder. Tracks in there are converted successfully as local files.
- Step 4Choose Spotify's Free Music for Adobe Premiere
- Now you can add Spotify music to video in Premiere Pro. Just turn to Premiere, simply find the local music file by hitting "File", then directly select and open it to stream it to the Project window.