Add Music to Windows Video Easily

Enhance your video projects on Windows with the addition of music in just a few simple steps.

Make sure your music file is compatible with Windows Media Player or the default music player on your computer.

Adding Music to Windows Media Player

Adding music to Windows Media Player is a simple task. First, open Windows Media Player and click on the “Library” tab. From there, click on “Music” and then “Add to Library.” You can then select the folder where your music is stored and click “OK.” The music will be added to your library and you can easily access it through the “Music” option on the left-hand side of the screen. You can also add individual songs or albums by right-clicking on them and selecting “Add to Windows Media Player list.” With Windows Media Player, you can easily organize your music and create playlists for any occasion. Adding music to your library has never been easier!

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Getting Started with Windows Video Editor

Windows Video Editor is a free app that comes with Windows 10. It allows users to edit their videos easily. To get started with Windows Video Editor, open the app, and select “New video project.” From there, you can import your videos and start editing. Windows Video Editor offers a variety of editing tools, including trimming, splitting, and adding text and effects. In this article, we will focus on how to add music to your Windows Video project. With Windows Video Editor, you can easily add music to your video by selecting the “Add music” button and choosing from the built-in music library or importing your own music file. Stay tuned for more tips and tricks on how to get the most out of Windows Video Editor.

Creating Videos in Windows Video Editor

Windows Video Editor is a great tool for creating videos on your PC. With its easy-to-use interface, you can edit and customize your videos with music, text, and special effects. To get started, simply import your video into the editor and begin editing. You can trim, split, and rearrange your clips to create your desired sequence. Once you have your video in place, you can add music to your project. Windows Video Editor provides a variety of royalty-free music tracks that you can use, or you can import your own music from your computer. You can also adjust the volume of your music track to ensure it fits perfectly with your video. With Windows Video Editor, creating videos has never been easier.

Editing Videos in Windows Video Editor

Editing videos in Windows Video Editor is a breeze with its user-friendly interface and easy-to-use tools. Add music to your video to enhance its overall appeal. To do this, simply drag and drop your chosen music file onto the timeline and position it where you want it to start. You can also adjust the volume of the music to ensure it doesn’t overpower the audio of your video. Windows Video Editor also allows you to trim the music file to fit the length of your video perfectly. With these simple steps, you can easily add music to your videos and take them to the next level.

Adding Audio to Windows Video Editor

  • Open Windows Video Editor
  • Click on the “Add music” button
    Open Windows Video Editor
Click on the "Add music" button
  • Select the audio file you want to add
  • Drag and drop the audio file into the timeline
  • Adjust the audio volume
  • Trim the audio file
    Adjust the audio volume
Trim the audio file
  • Add audio effects
  • Save and export your video with the added audio

Importing Audio Files to Windows Video Editor

Steps to Import Audio Files to Windows Video Editor
Step 1: Open Windows Video Editor
Step 2: Click on “Add music” button from the top menu bar
Step 3: Select “Add music from this PC” or “Add music from OneDrive” depending on where your audio file is located
Step 4: Browse and select the audio file you want to add to your video
Step 5: Once selected, the audio file will be added to the video timeline
Step 6: Adjust the audio file duration and volume as per your requirement
Step 7: Save the changes and export the video