More and more people enjoy filming videos using their phones to capture the beautiful moments in life and share them on social media. Especially during this COVID-19 pandemic, short video platforms are booming faster like ever. Many user-friendly apps with various video editing features such as trimming, add music, transition effects, filters, etc. have made it a lot easier for users to create videos.
InShot is one of these powerful video editors that help you create videos with ease. We all know that background music a key factor that affects a video's quality. Except the free Vlog music provided by InShot, you can also add your own voice or local music into videos. So today we are going to show you how to add Spotify to InShot and embed your video with the right music.
Part 1. How to Download Spotify Music to Local for InShot
Besides the basic features like trimming, cutting, merging, the professional HD video maker InShot also allows users to add sound effects and all kinds of visual effects, adjust speed, and export videos in HD quality. After finish making a video, you can share your videos on social apps such as YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, etc. thanks to Inshot's integration with them.
However, Spotify is not yet offering its service to InShot, so how can we make sure of the abundant music resources on Spotify and put them into InShot videos? Normally, with the Spotify Premium subscription, you can download Spotify Music for offline listening. However, when you look up these download music files in the local folder, you will find that they are all encrypted in OGG Vorbis formats, readable within the Spotify app only.
Therefore, we need a tool to help us unencrypt these files and convert them into common audio files, available for InShot videos. AudFree Spotify Music Converter is the right tool you'll need. It is professional software that enables users to download and convert Spotify music at high speed without any sound quality loss. It supports 6 output formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, and M4B. No Spotify Premium account needed, and you can get the downloaded Spotify music at ease.
AudFree Spotify Music Converter offers a free trial for both Windows and Mac versions. After you download and install this AudFree software on your computer, make sure you have the Spotify desktop app installed as well. Now let's get started and see how to download Spotify music and later add Spotify music to InShot.
- Step 1Add Spotify music to AudFree
- Please launch AudFree Spotify Music Converter on your computer and Spotify app will launch automatically. And then there are two ways to load Spotify songs that you'd like to add to InShot, which are respectively dragging & dropping music to the main interface, or copying & pasting the Spotify link to the search box of AudFree. Then click the '+' button.
- Step 2Set Spotify output format for InShot
- For Mac users, click on MacOS's menu bar to choose 'AudFree Spotify Converter' > 'Preferences' > 'Convert' to select output format for InShot. Here, we suggest you select MP3 format, which is compatible with InShot. You can define other audio parameters as well, like sample rate, bit rate, and audio channel.
- Step 3Convert Spotify music for InShot
- When all settings are ready, it's time to convert Spotify music to InShot compatible audio files by simply clicking the 'Convert' button at the bottom-right corner. It will work at 5X faster speed to download Spotify songs. But to make the conversion process more stable, you can also check the mark before the '1X' speed in the settings windows in Step 2.
Part 2. How to Import Music to InShot from Spotify
Within a few moments, you will have the downloaded Spotify songs at hand and ready to add Spotify to InShot videos.
Before getting started, you need to transfer the downloaded Spotify music to your phone via a USB cable or email. Make sure you have installed the InShot app on your iOS/Android devices. After downloading it on your mobile devices, you can follow the steps below on how to add music to InShot app from Spotify. Here we use an iOS device as a display.
Step 1. Open the InShot app, and create a new video project. Select the videos you have filmed. Tap Music.
Step 2. Drag the timeline at the bottom to the place where you want to put music. Then tap Tracks.
Step 3. Select Imported music.
Step 4. Select Files to import Spotify music to InShot. (iPhone users can select AirDrop to transfer the Spotify music files from Mac to iPhone.)
That's it. Easy right? Why don't you try filming your own videos now and add Spotify to InShot? Enjoy making InShot videos with the greatest hit on Spotify!