Whatever your new soundtrack is, creators can overlay an MP3 audio file using a free online video editor. With Kapwing, users overlay audio on an existing video or attach the audio overlay to an image for an audiogram.
Music makes your video content way more fun! With Kapwing's free audio editing tools, you can insert, adjust, and change the music on a video. Add background music behind a voiceover, replace existing soundtrack on a meme, make lyric videos, or tune up a quiet sound. Read these tutorials to learn about editing and adding music with Kapwing.
Google Slides doesn't allow you to add music directly to your presentation. I'll show you how to do it with any song you want.
Downloading a song from the internet can be quite annoying. Luckily in Kapwing, you can download any song from the internet for free with just the link. You can also add a fade or play with the volume settings for free.
There are some nice meditation videos on YouTube, but what relaxes you is entirely personal. If you want videos that work for you, make them yourself – I'll show you how.
People put "Now Playing" screenshots on Snapchat all the time, but it's not as easy to share music directly. I'll show you how to do it online.
IG Stories can also be great places to share the music you're listening to – you just need to know how to add songs directly. I'll show you how in this tutorial.
Can't find the right song in the TikTok music library? Here's how to add any song you want to your TikTok videos, all in your phone's browser.
Memes can be pictures, videos, GIFs – even music. I provide a full rundown of history's greatest meme songs and how you can use them to make your own memes.
I'll show you how to add any music from your own files, YouTube, or SoundCloud straight to your Facebook Story videos.
PowerPoint presentations are far more engaging with music added. I'll go over 2 different ways to add any track you want to your presentations in 2021.