How to add MP3 to video
Adding one of your favourite MP3s to your clips might be just what it needs to bring it to life and better tell your story.
However, doing so isn’t something you can usually do directly from a device. And finding an editor that can add MP3 to video online and for free isn’t as straightforward as you think. Most of them are expensive and require downloading.
Luckily, we have a solution for you, read on to find out...
Upload your clip
To get started, head over to Clideo’s Add Audio to Video tool. This nifty online editing kit will work from any browser and on any device, be it Mac, Windows, Android or iPhone.
On the home page, you’ll be greeted by a big, blue ‘Choose file’ button. Tap this to upload the recording you want to add audio to.
Hit the down-arrow at the end of the box if you’d like to upload from cloud accounts Dropbox or Google Drive.
Once you’ve selected your file, it will automatically begin processing and uploading to Clideo servers.
It’s worth noting that Clideo supports most major audio and video formats, for instance, MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, MP4, WMV, VOB, AVI and more.
Add your MP3 audio
Now you’ll be taken to the tool’s editor page. Here you can add your soundtrack. Tap the ‘Add audio’ on the right-hand side and select it from your device.
Then, you’ll be presented with the options to trim or loop the MP3 as well as set the volume. Preview the result as you make your edits via the play/pause button on the preview panel in the centre.
When you’re confident your file is ready for the world, select the new format via the box at the bottom left and finally, tap the ‘Create’ button on the bottom right.
Download the clip
After a little bit of processing time, your new video with MP3 will be complete! To save back to your device, hit the ‘Download’ button on the right to save your new clip.
Again, you can save it to your Google Drive or Dropbox accounts.
If you want to make some changes without staring all over again, click the ‘Back to edit’ button and you’ll be taken back to the editor.