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Fastest Way To Add Spotify Music To InShot Video Project

Posted by Peter Stewart on June 3, 2021 | Spotify Music Converter 3-month license Only $19.95 | Buy Windows Version | Buy macOS Version


InShot is a powerful video editing APP with both free and paid plans. When creating video with InShot, you may want to add one or multiple songs as background music. If you are a Spotify user, probably you may have thought of adding Spotify music to InShot video because there are so many amazing songs available on Spotify. However, it really bothers that your favorite Spotify music can't be added to InShot when you’re implementing your idea in the video. Fortunately, TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter makes it a really quick and easy thing to add Spotify Music to InShot video.

Spotify Music Can’t Be Added to InShot Directly

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In our daily life, making a little vlog and share it with our friends on internet is getting a new trend recently. More and more short and delicate videos on YouTube channels are simply created from videos on iPhone/Android devices because there are so many powerful video editing apps and making a video is not so difficult as you think. InShot is one of the most popluar video editing app in the long list.

As a high-definition video editing and video production app, InShot is really friendly to new users for its simple interface and clear operation as well as diverse special editing effects. You can adjust canvas, add background music, animated stickers, texts and filters, apply PIP (picture-in-picture) effect, set video playback speed, trim, crop, rotate or flip video clips or even reserve the video, set aspect ratio for Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, etc. to make a unique and eye-catching video for your desired sharing websites. Please note that ads may be displayed when using free edition.

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However, there is one thing that bothers us users, that is choosing suitable songs as background music, which can be seen in many other video editing apps as well, that there are not many choices among the music list. Only regular music formats like MP3/M4A/WAV in the music library of your phone or built-in available sound effects that can be added to InShot.

Add background music to InShot

Given that Spotify music is not integrated with InShot, you won't be able to see any Spotify songs in iPhone/Android music library, no matter which plan you are using. Then is there a solution to add Spotify music to InShot as background music? Of course, what you need is to use TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter to convert your favorite Spotify songs to MP3/M4A on Windows or macOS first.

TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter: Solution to Add Spotify Music to InShot

TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter is the ideal solution to help you solve the problem of adding Spotify music to InShot. It can convert Spotify songs, albums and playlists to all-purpose MP3, M4A, or WAV which can be easily imported to InShot video editing project. Check the wonderful features of TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter.

TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter

  • Support both Spotify Free and Spotify Premium, skip Spotify Free ad automatically
  • Convert Spotify songs, albums and playlists to MP3, M4A, WAV, etc. in bulk
  • Retain 100% original audio quality for better music enjoyment
  • Preserve ID3 tags like title, album, artist, track number, artwork, etc.
  • Sort output files into folders by artist, album, album/artist or artist/album
  • Rename output files in bulk by artist, title, album, hyphen, space, etc.
  • Customize output audio paramaters and adjust output audio volume as you like
  • Fully compatible with the latest Windows, macOS and Spotify application

If you are using both Spotify and InShot, and want to create vivid videos with favorite Spotify songs as background music, please download the free trial version of TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter and give it a try.

Steps of Converting Spotify Music to MP3/M4A/WAV and Adding to InShot on Mobile Devices

TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter enables you to download Spotify music in MP3, M4A or WAV format as you like. Then you can transfer the output files to your iPhone/Android, and you will be able to import songs to InShot when making your own video. Just follow the simple steps below.

Step 1: Launch TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter

Launch TuneMobie Spotify Music Converter and Spotify will be automatically launched as well. Please do not operate Spotify when the conversion is in progress, and do not close Spotify app until the conversion is done.

Spotify Music Converter interface

Step 2: Add Spotify Music to TuneMobie

You can easily drag songs, albums or playlists from Spotify and drop them into the converter interface directly. Or you can browse your favorite song, album or playlist in Spotify, and right-click to get the link of the song, album or playlist, then paste the link in the blank area in the left bottom and click + or Add button.

Spotify Music Converter will immediately detect all the songs in the album or playlist. By default, all the songs will be checked. You can uncheck the songs you don't like. After choosing songs, click Add button to add them to conversion list.

Choose Spotify songs

Step 3: Out Settings

By default, Spotify Music Converter will use 320kbps and 44100hz MP3 as output format. If necessary, you can click Options button to change the settings. In General tab, you can choose output folder, set how to sort and rename the output files. In Advanced tab, you can adjust output audio volume, change output format and customize audio parameters.

Spotify Music Converter options

Step 4: Start Spotify Music Conversion

Now you can simply click Convert button to start converting Spotify songs one by one. After conversion, you can click History button to check converted songs, and click little folder icon to open the output folder and locate the output songs.

Converting Spotify to MP3

Step 5: Add Converted Spotify Music to InShot

Now you've got all the songs you want and the final step goes to the importing. With a USB cable, you will be able to transfer songs to your mobile devices easily. And all the output songs are now available in your music library and you can tap Music & Tracks in InShot to select your favorite Spotify music, then tap "Use" button to use the song as background music.

The imported background music can be further edited with InShot built-in music editing functions.

InShot Background Music Editing

After editing the background music and videos, you can tap arrow icon in the upper right to set resolution and frame rate. Then tap Save button to create your own video. Just in a few seconds, your masterpiece will be created. InShot allows you to save the output video on your phone, or share to Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, email, etc.

Save InShot Video

Some More Tips on using InShot to Create a Video

To help you get started more smoothly, we provide some useful tips for you on how to operate.

  • Want to switch the order of a series of tracks? Long press and drag forward and backwards
  • Want some cute stickers appearing on some part of the video? Click on the handle to quickly navigate to the end of the video
  • Want some amazing transition effect between two pieces of tracks? Click the pause mark in the timeline of two tracks and choose one transition effect you like
  • Want to add more fun to your video? Try the speed-up and slow-down motion

You can use InShot free edition as long as you like. If you pay to use InShot Pro, you can access to all paid transitions, effects, stickers and more. And there won't be watermark or ad any more. 3-day full feature trial is also available.

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The whole guide on how to add the Spotify music to InShot video project as background music has been introduced above, we sincerely hope this will be helpful to your vlog productions. With TuneMobie and InShot (or other wonderful video editing app), we believe it is not a dream to become a fantastic video creator. Come and join us for free trial!