How to Convert Spotify Music for GoPro Quik Editing

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Have you ever captured an amazing GoPro video and wished you could pair it with your favorite Spotify song as the background music? Matching the right tune with your thrilling footage can transform good videos into great ones. However, for many, adding that perfect song to GoPro clips might seem confusing.

Fortunately, it’s straightforward to add your favorite Spotify tracks to your videos, significantly enhancing their appeal. This guide will walk you through the process, step by step, of importing Spotify music into GoPro Quik.

 

How to Export Spotify Music to GoPro Quik

What We Need to Know

Spotify is awesome because it has a ton of songs from all over the place, which is perfect when you’re looking for music for your videos. But, there’s a little problem: the songs on Spotify have this thing called DRM. It’s like a digital padlock that keeps you from using Spotify’s songs in other apps, including GoPro Quik.

So, if you want to add a Spotify tune to your GoPro Quik project, you’ve got to convert the song into a different type, like MP3 or WAV, that GoPro Quik can understand.

 

A Tool for Convert Spotify to MP3: Cinch Audio Recorder

The Cinch Audio Recorder can help with this. It lets you download Spotify songs and convert them into formats perfect for GoPro Quik.

By following these steps, you can easily use Spotify music with GoPro Quik to make awesome videos. So, get creative and start making some amazing video stories today.

Using this software to convert Spotify music to MP3 format is very simple. Follow the below three steps to get music off Spotify.

Step 1: Download and install the Cinch audio recorder.

If you have a Mac computer, please get the Mac version here.

Step 2: Begin by opening the software and hitting the yellow “Record” button at the top-left. Play your chosen Spotify tracks; the Cinch audio recorder will automatically start recording in MP3 format as the music begins.

 

Step 3: To access your recorded song, simply right-click it and select “Open folder.”

After completing the three steps, you’ve downloaded Spotify songs as MP3 files to your computer. You can now import these files to GoPro Quik.

Find your download Spotify MP3 here from the “Music” folder by clicking the folder icon at the bottom right.

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How to Add the Spotify Music MP3 to GoPro Quik 

Once you’ve downloaded Spotify songs to your computer, you can easily use them in GoPro Quik. You can add your favorite Spotify tunes as background music in GoPro Quik.

Here’s how to start editing your video in GoPro Quik and add Spotify music as the background:

 

 

How to Add Spotify Music to GoPro Fusion Studio on a Computer

Step 1. To add Spotify music to your GoPro Fusion Studio, launch the software on your computer and click the blue button labeled ‘Import New File‘. This will open a window prompting you to select any video file you would like to edit.

Step 2. When the window is open, click on the ‘Music’ button which will open a window prompting you to select the folder containing your Spotify songs. Select the appropriate folder and click on ‘Open‘.

Step 3. A list of all the available Spotify music will now appear in GoPro Fusion Studio. Select the song you would like to use in your video and add it to the timeline.

Step 4. Once the song has been added, you can then adjust the volume of your music and position it about the video. You can also add fade-in/out effects or special sound effects to enhance your video.

When you are satisfied with the result, click on ‘Save’ to save your project and export your video complete with Spotify music.

 

Adding Music to GoPro Quik on iPhone:

  1. Open GoPro Quik on your iPhone and tap on ‘Studio’ to pick an edit you’ve already started or hit ‘Create an Edit’ to begin a new one with your photos and videos.
  2. Once you’ve added your clips or photos, press ‘Create My Edit’ to start working on your project.
  3. In the editing area, click on the Music note icon at the bottom. Then, select the Music Note icon again, which is highlighted in blue.
  4. Go to ‘Add Music’, choose ‘My Music’, and then tap ‘Import My Music’ to bring in your Spotify songs.
  5. A window will pop up. Here, you can click ‘Files’ to add Spotify music from your iPhone. Or, select ‘iTunes’ to use Spotify songs you’ve put into iTunes. You can also search for Spotify songs on your device.
  6. Pick the Spotify song you like and hit the Add button to add it to your video.

 

Adding Music to GoPro Quik on Android:

  1. Open GoPro Quik on your Android phone and start a new project by tapping on ‘Studio’.
  2. Hit the Edit icon to work on your project. Choose Music to add Spotify songs to Quik.
  3. Click on the Music note icon on the right, in blue, and look for Spotify songs in ‘Your Music’.
  4. In ‘Your Music’, find the Spotify song you want for your video’s background.
  5. Tap the Add button next to the song, and it will be added to your video automatically.

Tip for iPhone Users: You can use songs from your iTunes library in GoPro Quik. So, upload your converted Spotify songs to iTunes first. This makes adding Spotify music to your GoPro Quik video story super quick!

 

FAQs

How can I sync my favorite Spotify tracks with GoPro videos?

To sync Spotify tracks with GoPro videos, use GoPro Quik. This tool lets you effortlessly combine the two, enhancing your footage with a musical dimension. Just download your Spotify music in a compatible format, import it into GoPro Quik, and you’re ready to sync!

What format should Spotify songs be in for GoPro Quik?

A2: GoPro Quik supports various formats like MP3, M4A, MOV, AAC, ALAC, AIFF, and WAV. You need to convert Spotify songs, which are DRM-protected, into one of these compatible formats using tools like the Cinch Audio Recorder.

Can I use Spotify music in my GoPro videos legally?

Yes, you can use Spotify music in your GoPro videos for personal use. Ensure the music is properly converted to a supported format. For commercial use, check Spotify’s licensing agreements and acquire the necessary permissions.

Does adding Spotify music to GoPro videos enhance the viewing experience?

Absolutely! Adding Spotify music to GoPro videos creates a more immersive and engaging experience. It adds an auditory layer that complements the visual excitement of your adventures, making your stories more captivating.

 

Conclusion

And that’s it! You’ve just learned how to make your GoPro videos even more awesome by adding your favorite Spotify music. It’s like putting the perfect icing on a cake. By following these simple steps, you can make videos that are not just cool to watch, but also great to listen to.

It’s like telling a story with both pictures and music. Now, your GoPro adventures will not only show amazing sights but also share the feelings with music.

So, grab your GoPro, pick your favorite tunes, and start creating something amazing. I can’t wait to see what you come up with.

Have fun, be creative, and let the music move your GoPro stories!

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Henrik Lykke

Henrik Lykke

Henrik Lykke is a passionate music enthusiast and tech writer with over five years of experience in the field. His love for music and understanding of technology seamlessly blend together, creating informative and engaging content for readers of all technical levels.

Henrik's expertise spans across a diverse range of multimedia tools and services, including music streaming platforms, audio recording software, and media conversion tools. He leverages this knowledge to provide practical advice and insightful reviews, allowing readers to optimize their digital workflows and enhance their audio experience.

Prior to joining Cinch Solutions, Henrik honed his writing skills by contributing to renowned tech publications like TechRadar and Wired. This exposure to a global audience further refined his ability to communicate complex technical concepts in a clear and concise manner.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Henrik enjoys exploring the vast landscape of digital music, discovering new artists, and curating the perfect playlists for any occasion. This dedication to his passions fuels his writing, making him a trusted source for music and tech enthusiasts alike.
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