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How to Add Apple Music to PowerPoint Presentation as Background Music

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Summary

Microsoft PowerPoint is the most widely used presentation software in the world, its huge influence is no need to say. We believe that most people have used PowerPoint presentation to show people their wonderful ideas or use Powerpoint to make a training. Sometimes, a proper background music may make your Powerpoint presentation much better. If your favorite music comes from Apple Music, you may find Apple Music songs can't be added to your presentation. Try TuneMobie Apple Music Converter to convert Apple Music songs to MP3/M4A, and you will find a solution.

Apple Music Songs Can't Be Added to PowerPoint Presentation Directly

Microsoft PowerPoint, a powerful presentation software program with powerful and rich features, is used by almost everyone to make slideshows and presentations. In most cases, a PowerPoint presentation is used to share and express users' proposals, schemes, plans and other ideas for business and it's also widely used for training.

When you use PowerPoint to create useful, interesting, eye-catching slides, or make creative animations, sometimes adding the right background music to your PowerPoint presentation may be a great skill to make your presentation much more convincing.

Apple Music to PowerPoint

If your favorite background music comes from Apple Music, you may find that the Apple Music songs can't be added to Powerpoint Presentation. Why? Because Apple Music you downloaded are encrypted M4P files which are not in the supported list of Powerpoint supported file types. Let's check what can be added to Powerpoint first. Though PowerPoint support various audio formats, Apple Music M4P format is excluded.

PowerPoint Supported Formats

However, that doesn't mean that you can't add Apple Music songs to your PowerPoint presentation. All you need to do is to convert your favorite Apple Music songs to MP3, M4A, WAV, etc. which can be added to PowerPoint. For that, TuneMobie Apple Music Converter may be the best helper.

Apple Music Converter: The Solution to Add Apple Music to PowerPoint Presentation

TuneMobie Apple Music Converter can effortlessly convert Apple Music songs to all-purpose MP3, M4A, WAV, etc. with ID3 tags retained. After conversion, the output files can be easily add to your PowerPoint presentation without any hassle. So Apple Music Converter is definitely the best solution to add Apple Music song to PowerPoint presentation.

TuneMobie Apple Music Converter

  • Convert Apple Music songs to MP3, M4A, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, AC3, AU, etc. compatible with Powerpoint
  • Keep ID3 tags like title, album, artist, track number, artwork, genre, etc.
  • Rename output files in bulk by title, album, artist, track number, etc.
  • Sort output files into folders by album or artist as you like
  • Losslessly convert 256kbps Apple Music AAC file to 320kbps MP3 or 256kbps M4A
  • Losslessly convert Apple Music lossless audio to WAV or AIFF
  • 16X faster conversion speed on Windows and macOS up to 10.12.6, 1X speed on 10.13 or later
  • Fully compatible with latest Windows OS, macOS, iTunes and Music app

The free trial version of TuneMobie Apple Music Converter can convert 3 minutes of each song, if your favorite Apple Music songs are shorter than 3 minutes, you can use Apple Music Converter to convert and get complete output directly. If you are using Microsoft PowerPoint and want to add your favorite Apple Music songs to presentation as background music, do not hesitate to download TuneMobie Apple Music Converter to have a try first.

Simple User Guide of TuneMobie Apple Music Converter

TuneMobie Apple Music Converter comes with an easy-to-use interface and plenty of powerful functions. Converting the Apple Music songs to PowerPoint supported audio formats is just a piece of cake.

Step 1: Launch TuneMobie Apple Music Converter

First of all, please launch TuneMobie Apple Music Converter on your computer. Simultaneously, iTunes or Music app (on macOS 10.15 Catalina or later) will also get launched. Once you launched the converter, all your Apple Music songs in your iTunes library or Music app will be shown as playlists in the left panel soon.

TuneMobie Apple Music Converter interface

Step 2: Select Apple Music Songs

You can find your target tracks from the left panel manually or simply use the built-in search box to search them. Don't forget to select them after they are found, just click the checkboxes and they would be successfully selected.

Choose Apple Music songs

Step 3: Choose Output Format

Since PowerPoint supports almost every regular audio files, you can choose one of the formats that Apple Music Converter provides in the output list. You can easily choose and change the output format in the bottom panel. Because TuneMobie Apple Music Converter will choose MP3 as output format by default, actually, you don't need to make any changes unless you want to.

Choose Apple Music conversion output format

Step 4: Start Converting Apple Music Tracks

When everything is set up, you can simply press the "Convert" button and the conversion will be started immediately. Most importantly, with the 16X faster conversion speed that TuneMobie Apple Music Converter (Windows only) provides, you can get converted tracks in a short time. As to the output files, you just need to click the "Open Output File" button to locate.

Converting Apple Music to MP3

After the conversion, you can launch Microsoft PowerPoint and switch to the "Insert" tab. A menu will show up, you can insert music from your PC or record your own audio track. If you are going to insert the converted Apple Music tracks, please select "Audio on My PC" and you can browse to the output folder of TuneMobie Apple Music Converter and add your favorite songs.

There is one more easy step you need to follow, please note that the "Playback" tab will appear in the ribbon now, all you need to do is to change the audio style from "No Style" to "Play in Background". Finish this and the Apple Music tracks you just inserted will truly be the background music of your wonderful presentation.

If you also encountered the problem that Apple Music songs can't be added to your PowerPoint Presentation, please download and try TuneMobie Apple Music Converter, and you will easily get the problem solved.

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