Good background music is what separates a decent video from a great one. Well, that might not resonate with you, but the fact is, the right song/tune can elevate pretty much any video you have.
It spoils your taste in music, and whether you can create a seamless blend. So, if you’re confident of your mixing skills, don’t hesitate to dig in.
Here, we take a look at three of the most popular apps in the segment and tell you how to add music to your videos.
How to add music to a video using VivaVideo app
Make sure you have the VivaVideo app installed from the Play Store.
Open the app and tap on Edit video.
Select the video you want to edit and tap on Next.
When redirected to the main screen, navigate to the Music tab.
Increase/decrease video sound by adjusting the slider.
Hit Tap to add music.
Either choose from the app’s collection or add your music.
After selecting, move the sliders to pick the portion you want to add to your video.
Tap on Add.
Upon returning to the main screen, tap on Save/Upload.
Tap Export and select Normal 480P (for free users).
How to Add Music to a Video Using The YouCut app
Make sure to download and install the YouCut app from Google Play Store.
Open the app and tap on the + button.
Choose the video you want to add filters to and tap on the arrow.
After the video is added, tap on Music.
Pick from either Featured, My Music, or Effects (sound effects).
After selecting, tap on Use.
In the main screen, a music layer will be added to your video.
Tap on the yellow layer to get to the editing screen.
Move the sliders to pick the portion you want to add to your video.
Tap on the musical note icon to duplicate your chosen music track.
Tap on the orange tick icon when done.
Tap on Save.
Pick resolution and quality and tap on Save.
Share after it’s done.
How to add music to a video using VideoShow app
Download and install the VideoShow app from Google Play Store.
Open the app and tap on Edit Video.
Pick the video you want to add filters to and tap Next.
Navigate to the Sound tab.
Tap on Music.
Choose either from the app’s collection or add one from your phone.
After picking, move the sliders to pick the portion you want to insert.
Tap on Add Music.
Upon returning to the main screen, adjust the slider at the top to increase/decrease original video sound/music.
When satisfied, tap on Export.
Tap on Save to Gallery.
Pick from either Fast Mode, HD Mode, or GIF.
Share after completion.
So, these were the best apps to help you add background music to your videos on Android.
Which one is your favorite? Do let us know in the comment section below!
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