Video editing is a fun and creative activity, as more and more editing apps are available to create your personal videos more professional. Likewise, Quik is a GoPro video editing app that allows you to create awesome videos with few clicks. It provides exceptional features such as you can add attractive transitions, effects and comes great to combine clips, speed up/slow down footage, and render for a variety of other social media platforms. Also, it syncs everything with every beat of the music.
As we all agree that the music plays an important role in every video and creates the right atmosphere for your story. Quik provides more than 100 songs in its library, but Spotify could be a better option to find a track suiting your video. To set the Spotify songs as the background music of your GoPro videos, you need to convert and download them via AudKit Spotify Music Converter. In this article, we will explain how you can add Spotify music to Quik and make your videos worth-watching.
Part 1. Add Spotify Music to GoPro Quik: Tool You Need
Since Spotify songs are in protected format, which means you can’t add them to any third-party app. But you don’t need to worry anymore; we will introduce AudKit Spotify Music Converter that assists you in converting and download your favorite Spotify songs or playlists in a local output format.
It losslessly converts and downloads the Spotify tracks for offline listening on any device. You have a wide range of output formats to choose from. For example, you can convert Spotify to MP3, AAC, WAV, AAC, FLAC, M4A, or M4B. So that to suit for your device. With the 5X high conversion speed, the converter is able to convert the 5-minute Spotify song only in 1 minute. You can batch import the tracks from Spotify to the local output format within minutes.
AudKit Spotify Music Converter allows different types of Spotify music tracks like Spotify playlists, songs, albums, podcasts, and audiobooks. One of the most exceptional features offered by this tool is to keep 100% lossless sound quality and ID3 tags. It can maintain and keep the raw metadata, including artists, albums, titles, track numbers, and other basic info, which means you can completely organize your music library with ease. This converting tool will provide you all the Spotify Premium features such as offline and ad-free music listening. It has excellent compatibility and can be easily operated with no technical or professional skills.
Following are some key features that the AudKit converter provide:
- Easy-to-use without any technical skill
- Convert at 5X faster conversion speed
- Batch import Spotify songs and playlists
- Keep 100% original quality and ID3 tags
Part 2. Add Music from Spotify to GoPro Quik: Detailed Steps
AudKit Spotify Music Converter is easy to use due to its interface, so you don’t need to do a precise search for the downloading and converting of the Spotify songs. In this part, we will present a step-by-step user guide of how to convert and add Spotify music to GoPro Quik.
Download and Install the AudKit tool on your computer. Then register into it to get the full version and experience all functions of the converter.
Step 1 Add desired songs or playlists
First of all, browse and choose the music tracks, albums, or playlists from the Spotify app. After selection, right-click the song, click the ‘Share’ > ‘Copy Song Link’ options. Then paste the copied link of the song or playlist to the search box on the main interface. Hit the ‘+’ icon to import it. You can also directly drag and drop songs from the Spotify app to the converter.
Step 2 Edit the output formats for GoPro Quik
You can edit the output settings from the top taskbar. Just go to the menu and choose the ‘Preferences’ option. Select the suitable output format from MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, M4A, or M4B options. Here, you can also edit the other output attributes such a bit rate, sample rate, or channel.
Step 3 Start the downloading process for GoPro Quik
When you have done all the settings, you can start the conversion process by tapping the ‘Convert’ option from the bottom right corner. All the converter Spotify songs will be saved as MP3 files on the local folder. You can access the folder by hitting the ‘Folder’ icon on the bottom.
Step 4 Add the converted Spotify music to videos in GoPro Quik
Now you have all the Spotify songs as a local file on your computer. Transfer it to your Android device via USB cable, or if you have an Apple device, then first, you need to transfer the Spotify songs to iTunes. After that, follow the below steps to add Spotify music to the GoPro video.
- Open the GoPro Quik app.
- Go to the ‘Add’ option to create a project. Then tap ‘Music’ from the bottom toolbar.
- Select ‘My Music’ and browse your song collection. Then choose the desired Spotify song for your GoPro video.
GoPro Quik provides a clear way to create your unique and memorable videos. That is why we have explained an easy way to add music from Spotify to the Quik app. It is possible to add your Spotify songs as background music by converting them via the AudKit Spotify Music Converter tool. It’s ideal for adding your favorite Spotify music tracks to the GoPro Quik videos without any limit.