May 30, 2018
When you try to add iTunes Music on your PowerPoint Presentations, you will absolutely find out that your iTunes Music is failed to adding as a result of the truth that iTunes Music is all protected by Digital Right Management. So here come to the question. Is there the way to help you add your iTunes Music to PowerPoint for presentations? In this article, we would like to walk you through on how to add iTunes Music to PowerPoint Presentations.
Key Tools: Your PowerPoint, iTunes Music and a tool, Apple Music Converter.
TuneFab Apple Music Converter can easily to convert your iTunes Music into the supported format of your PowerPoint Presentations, such as MP3, WMA, AU, AIFF with lossless quality. You can convert your iTunes Music with batches so that you will free from converting iTunes Music one by one by manual operation. Come with me and let your iTunes Music playing on your PowerPoint Presentations.
Step 1. Run Apple Music Converter
This is the basic step when you get ready to convert your iTunes Music and add to your PowerPoint.
Step 2. Select Music and Output Settings
Select the music that you want to add to your PowerPoint, and look down to find the Output Settings to select your compatible file formats as well as output standard.
Step 3. Click to Convert
After preparing for the above settings, you can click the button Convert to get your files to remove the DRM from your iTunes Music.
Step 4. Add iTunes Music to PowerPoint
You can follow the operating path to adding your iTunes Music to PowerPoint. Select Insert > Movies and Sounds > Sound. And Select your Converted iTunes Music to PowerPoint. So that you can easy to adding.
After knowing about the way on how to insert converted iTunes Music to the presentation, I am going to sharing the way to record iTunes Music to PowerPoint Presentation. So let's move to the next part.
Key Tools: Your PowerPoint, iTunes Music and a tool, An Audio Recorder.
TuneFab Screen Recorder is not only a screen recorder but also an audio recorder which can help you to add your iTunes Music to PowerPoint by recording down and convert into the compatible format, mp3 for instance, that have stated above.
Step 1. Launching both of your iTunes and TuneFab Screen Recorder
Turn on your iTunes and run the TuneFab Screen Recorder to get your preparation ready for your adding procedure.
Step 2. Click Audio Recorder and Set Your Output Settings
On the main interface, click on "Audio Recorder" then you will see the interface of Record Audio. Then click "Gear" button so that you can set the parameter of output settings, like output file formats and output folder.
Step 3. Click REC to record your iTunes Music
After settings have done, you can click on REC. When recording is over, you can get the recorded files from the recorded file folder.
Step 4. Add your recorded files to your PowerPoint
Now, you can find out your files and add to your PowerPoint by the same operating path in the previous part.
Q1: Can I import multiple soundtracks to PowerPoint?
Answer: No, you are just allowed to add single one audio to your PowerPoint for just one slide show. If you want to add multiple audio tracks, you can add different songs by clicking Insert > Movies and Sounds > Sound.
Q2: Can I set the songs automatically playing?
Answer: Yes, PowerPoint allows you editing your import music like cutting audio, adding sounds effect, playing model, sounds volume. So you can set the songs automatically playing on playing model, 4 of which you can have a choice, such as: automatically playing, clicking playing, cross-side playing and even looping playing.
Q3: Why the music playing on my computer but fail on others?
Answer: Pay heed to put the audio tracks on the same powerpoint file folder and re-adding your audio tracks to your computer then save all the music and the PPT on Archive, like ZIP, RAR and the like.
Now, you can go and add iTunes Music to PowerPoint Presentation. Enjoy your wonderful and vivid powerpoint presentation right here with the professional tools, TuneFab Apple Music Converter and TuneFab Screen Recorder. If you have other problems, don't hesitate and tell us via Email or comment here.
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