Teach you how to convert Spotify songs to MP3 and import them into Final Cut Pro for editing.
”Anyone know how to download music to Final Cut Pro? I use Spotify and have access to Apple Music.. any insight would be greatly appreciated.”
Final Cut Pro X for Mac is a powerful video editing software launched by Apple Inc. It has advanced color grading functions, HDR video support, and ProRes RAW for editing, audio tracks, graphic effects, and whole film output, all in one package. The fly in the ointment is that the background music files provided by FCP are not enough. When you see many YouTubers using cool background music and find that they really sound much better than those monotonous music files in Final Cut Pro, do you have similar questions as above? If you have the same question, you can continue reading this article.
Since we've already covered how to add Amazon Music songs to Final Cut Pro and an ultimate guide to adding Apple Music to Final Cut Pro, today we'll take a look at how to add Spotify music as background music to Final Cut Pro.
It is impossible to add Spotify music directly to FCPX alone without the right tools. Although Spotify has the ability to download music for offline listening, the downloaded content is a temporary file, and these temporary files are impossible to use directly on Final Cut Pro. But if there is such a tool that can download the encrypted format of Spotify music to the format you usually use, then you can import Spotify music to Final Cut Pro for use. So where do you go to find such a tool? The tool is close at hand. That is AudiFab Spotify Music Converter. Below is an introduction to the main features of AudiFab, so that you can get a quick overview of our program.
AudiFab Spotify Music Converter is your top pick for downloading Spotify music to your PC/Mac. It is a versatile Spotify audio format conversion software. It supports converting Spotify to six different audio formats (MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC), providing various functions such as uploading to iTunes, burning to cd, editing ID3 tags, converting local audio file to different formats, etc. The interface of AudiFab is simple and elegant, making the process of converting Spotify tracks easier and smoother.
It’s time to see how to convert Spotify songs to MP3, then import the MP3 files to Final Cut Pro.
Launch AudiFab Spotify Music Converter.
Download, install and open AudiFab Spotify Music Converter. Tap App, Spotify app will open automatically next.
Tips: For speedy conversion, we recommend Mac users to utilize Web.
Add Spotify music to AudiFab.
Drag and drop the songs/playlists/albums from Spotify to AudiFab. You can also choose to copy and paste the songs/playlists/album links into the AudiFab search box. AudiFab will help you organize the added songs into a list. After checking the list, press the Add button.
Convert Spotify music to a format supported by Final Cut Pro.
Now let's begin with some output settings, first, click on the gear in the bottom left corner to go to the settings window. In this window, you can change the output format to one supported by Final Cut Pro, such as AAC, AIFF, MP3, and WAV. Here we recommend choosing MP3 so that these downloaded MP3 files can be added not only to Final Cut Pro but also to other software that supports MP3 (iMovie, InShot, GarageBand, etc.).
• Output Format: AAC, MP3, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC
• Output Quality: 128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps, 320kbps
• Sample Rate: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz
• Output File Name: Tract Number, Title, Artist, Album, Year, Playlist Index
• Output Organized: None, Playlist, Artist, Album, Artist/Album, Album/Artist, Playlist, etc.
Start converting Spotify to MP3.
Click Convert on main screen to start converting Spotify to MP3. The download speed of AudiFab is very fast, it only takes a few seconds to download a song.
Import the downloaded Spotify files into Final Cut Pro.
After the conversion process is complete successfully, we can import the Spotify downloaded files into Final Cut Pro. First, open Final Cut Pro, and click "File" > "Import" > "Media" in the menu bar. Then add the music you just downloaded (stored in the output folder set in step 3). Now, you can then drag the added music to the timeline for editing.
This article introduces an amazing tool, AudiFab Spotify Music Converter, which assists you to add Spotify music to Final Cut Pro from impossible to possible. This is due to the main function of AudiFab, which is to download Spotify music as a local MP3 file, so you can successfully add Spotify music to Final Cut Pro.
AudiFab Spotify Music Converter is free to try. It can be downloaded for free and converts the first minute of each audio file for sample testing. If the program meets your need, you can buy a license to unlock the time limit.
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