How to Add Spotify Music to InShot Video Project
Struggling with adding Spotify music to your InShot video project? Now you can find the best solution by reading the following post.
InShot, a powerful all-in-one video editor and maker, allows users to add music, text, and transition effects to videos, create smooth slow motion, video collages, and more! A great piece of background music is essential to creating a catchy video. Among various music resources, Spotify has gained much popularity among music enthusiasts because of its wide variety of songs, making it an excellent music source for InShot.
When you try to add Spotify music to InShot, you'll soon realize that you can only add regular music formats from your phone's music library or built-in available sound effects. It's really a painstaking problem for those who want to add Ogg-formated Spotify music to Inshot. Is is really no shortcut to import music from Spotify into InShot to create video content? Not to worry yet. In this article, we will provide a quick guide on how to add Spotify music to your InShot video project. Check it out!
Part 1. Is It Possible to Add Spotify Music to InShot Directly?
The answer is negative. There is no official way to add Spotify music to InShot Video Project.
For one thing, Spotify music does not make a partnership with InShot on either iPhone or Android. That means you won't be able to access any Spotify songs from InShot in iPhone/Android music library. For another thing, the downloaded Spotify songs are encoded in Ogg Vorbis format, which can't be decrypted by InShot and can't be played or used out of the Spotify app. In this case, we can just use AudiCable Spotify Music Recorder to help us save Spotify music as regular formats, then we can transfer the local Spotify music files to InShot. But how can this be done with AudiCable? Please proceed to the next part for more details.
Part 2. How to Add Spotify Songs to InShot Video Project?
Tool Required: AudiCable Spotify Music Recorder
Before adding Spotify songs to InShot, you are required to use a music tool that can help you download songs from Spotify as regular audio formats. Here we highly recommend AudiCable Spotify Music Recorder.
AudiCable Audio Recorder is a mighty Spotify music downloading and converting tool, capable of recording any song, playlist, and podcast from Spotify and converts them to plain formats (MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC) with lossless streaming music quality and ID3 tags kept. It is fully compatible with the latest Windows & Mac OS & Spotify.
Apart from recording Spotify music, AudiCable also allows you to download music from other streaming music platforms like Apple Music, YouTube Music, Amazon Music, and more. With this comprehensive audio tool, you can download Spotify songs as local files and import them to InShot easily.
- Download music from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, Line Music, Deezer, YouTube Music, Pandora, SoundCloud and other music sources.
- Save music to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC at 10x speed.
- Keep the original audio quality.
- Download songs with ID3 tags.
- Handy tools: Format Converter, ID3 Editors, AA/AAX Converter, and CD Burner.
- Support Spotify Free and Premium accounts.
📂 Tutorial on Adding Spotify Songs to InShot Video Project
Step 1 Download and Install AudiCable Spotify Music Recorder
Take first to download and start AudiCable Spotify Music Recorder for Windows or Mac. Most popular music streaming platforms are displayed on the main interface of AudiCable. Navigate to "Spotify" and click.
Note: Using the "Add other sources" button, you can also add other music services that you want. Just copy the official website, customize it with a new name, and then implement a new music platform.
Step 2 Choose the Player and Sign in
Please choose the way you want to download Spotify music. After that, sign in with your Spotify Free or Premium account.
Note: The first option will bring up AudiCable's built-in web player window, and the second will pop up from your Chrome.
Step 3 Customize the Output Parameters
On the top-right corner of AudiCable, click on a "gear icon". From the pop-up setting window, you can freely choose MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC as the output format for your Spotify songs. Then close it to apply the changes.
Note: Apart from the output format, you can also freely customize the output quality and output path as you like. The audio quality varies from 128kbps to 320kbps.
Step 4 Download Spotify Music to Local Files
Choose your preferred Spotify songs, playlist, or albums to play. As soon as you play the song, AudiCable will start recording simultaneously. All recorded Spotify songs are saved in the format you set before.
Step 5 Check Downloaded Spotify Songs on Your Computer Folder
Click the "Recorded" tap, and the "folder icon" behind a song, then you can quickly locate Spotify downloads.
Step 6 Add Spotify Music to InShot Video Project
Now that you’ve get all the Spotify downloads, the last yet the key step is to add Spotify songs to InShot video project. Keep following the steps below.
(1) Use a USB cable to link your mobile device to your computer. Then transfer the local Spotify music from your computer to your mobile device.
(2) Open InShot on your phone and select an existing video project.
(3) Tap "Music > Tracks" from the bottom toolbar.
(4) Tap "Featured > Imported > Files". Then you can select the uploaded Spotify track as the background sound for your video projects.
- All these methods are for personal or educational use only.
- You should not use this tool to distribute music or for business.
Creating compelling video content with InShot can be a challenge. But adding Spotify background music that perfectly fits your video makes it easier for you to create a fantastic video project. Take first to download Spotify music using AudiCable, and then you can import them to InShot. Why hesitate? Grab the free download of AudiCable today!
Note: The free trial version of AudiCable enables you to record a maximum of 10 Spotify songs. To get the full conversion, please become a registered member by buying a license from AudiCable.
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