August 28, 2019, 11:23am EDT
Embedding an informational podcast in your PowerPoint can be an invaluable way to enhance a presentation. Here’s how to add podcasts to your slideshow from your computer or from the web.
Embedding Downloaded Podcasts from Your Computer
When you think podcast, you might think of an audio presentation that’s stored on the internet. However, podcasts are simply audio files, so if the show is downloaded onto your computer, the process is as simple as uploading music to PowerPoint.
Note: If you don’t have the podcast’s audio file, you can skip to the next section where we show you how to embed a podcast you find on the web.
Open PowerPoint and navigate to the slide in which you would like to embed the podcast. Next, select the “Insert” tab and, in the “Media” group, click “Audio.” A drop-down menu will appear. Here, choose “Audio on My PC.”
The “Insert Audio” window will appear. Navigate to the location of the podcast, pick the audio file, then choose “Insert.”
You’ll now see a bullhorn icon appear on the slide, signifying that the podcast has been successfully embedded in your PowerPoint presentation.
Keep in mind that, due to the nature of podcasts, they can tend to be quite lengthy. Be sure to take advantage of some of the useful PowerPoint tools, such as the “Trim Audio” tool, which allows you to choose the start and end time of an audio file.
Embedding Podcasts from the Web Using an Add-In
Another method of embedding a podcast if you don’t have the podcast’s audio file is by using the LiveSlides add-in. LiveSlides allows you to embed any content from the web directly into your presentation.
To download the LiveSlides add-in, you’ll need to head over to its official website. Once there, select the “Download Free LiveSlides Add-In” button at the very top of the page.
The add-in will begin downloading. When the download is complete, open the application. The LiveSlides Setup window will appear. Read the welcome information and click “Install.”
Once finished, a new “LiveSlides” tab will appear in PowerPoint.
Before we continue, we’ll need to navigate to the webpage containing the podcast. In this example, we’ll use Tech ONTAP’s podcast on SoundCloud.
If your podcast is not on SoundCloud, you’ll copy the URL of the page containing the podcast and paste it in the box mentioned in the later steps. If you’re using a podcast on SoundCloud, select the “Share” button that appears under the podcast name.
A pop-up window will appear. At the bottom of this window, copy the URL (1) and, if you want to start the podcast at a specific time, check the box (2) next to “At,” and then enter the start time.
Back in PowerPoint, click the “LiveSlides” tab and then select the “Live Slide” button inside the “Insert” group.
The “Insert Webpage” dialog box will appear. Paste the URL in the box and select “Insert.”
A boilerplate LiveSlides slide will appear at the end of your presentation.
In “Normal” view, you’ll see only this boilerplate slide. In “Slide Show” view, however, the podcast landing page appears directly in your presentation. The podcast will automatically start playing when the slide is viewed.
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Podcasts that you post on your company site contain useful content that you may want to share elsewhere. One way to broadcast them to other audiences is to embed them on slides in a PowerPoint presentation. The recorded podcast can replace alternative recorded narration or supplement your own oral narration. Podcasts often run for long lengths of time, perhaps as much as an hour, so you should configure PowerPoint to play only the most important part of the recording during a slideshow.
Click “Insert” in the PowerPoint ribbon.
Click “Audio” in the ribbon’s Media group to open the Insert Audio dialog box.
Navigate to and select your podcast to add it to your slide. The choices are: “Audio from file,” “Clip art Audio,” and “Record Audio.” Click “Audio from file.”
Click the podcast icon on your slide to select it.
Click “Playback” in the ribbon.
Click “Trim Audio” in the Editing group to open the Trim Audio dialog box.
Drag the green marker on the dialog box’s slider to select the start time for the podcast clip. Drag the red market to select the clip’s end time.
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tutorial by Codrut Neagu published on 08/22/2017
Many people need to create PowerPoint presentations for work, school or other reasons. Modern presentations are no longer a simple series of slides filled with text and pictures. In the media-rich world in which we live, PowerPoint presentations are often filled with video and audio too. If you want to enhance your presentations by adding audio files to your slides, in this tutorial we will show you how it is done. Whether you prefer to use .MP3, .WMA, or even .FLAC files, here is how to embed them in PowerPoint:
NOTE: This guide was tested using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013, and the latest version of Office 365.
How to add audio files from your PC into PowerPoint presentations
The first thing you have to do is open your PowerPoint presentation and select the slide where you want to embed an audio file.
Next, click or tap to select the Insert tab from the ribbon menu on top of the PowerPoint window.
Then, click or tap the Media button from the right end of the ribbon interface.
A small menu called Media opens.
In the Media menu, click or tap on the Audio option. It looks like a small speaker.
Another even smaller menu opens, with two options: “Audio on my PC…” and “Record audio…”. Click or tap on “Audio on my PC…”.
Once you click/tap on “Audio on my PC…” PowerPoint opens a window called “Insert Audio.” Use it to navigate to the folder in which your audio file is stored on your device, select it, and then click or tap on the Insert button.
Now PowerPoint immediately inserts the audio file you selected, in the selected slide. You can easily identify the audio file by the small speaker icon that represents it. If you click or tap on it, you can move (by drag and drop) the audio on the slide. Additionally, you also get access to a few controls, as you can see in the screenshot below.
The controls allow you to listen to a preview of the audio file, as well as resize the speaker icon to make it as large or small as you like.
After you save your PowerPoint presentation, the embedded audio files are all packed inside the PowerPoint file. That means that the audio files in it just work, and there is no need to worry about sending them together with the presentation. However, you should also keep in mind that the size of your PowerPoint presentation file also increases with each audio file you add.
How to play embedded audio files from PowerPoint presentations
When you play a PowerPoint presentation, you can easily play the embedded audio files with a click or tap on their speaker icons.
When you click or tap on an embedded audio file, you also get a few controls: you can play and pause audio, you can skip to the time position you want, and you can also adjust the volume.
How to delete an audio file that is embedded in a PowerPoint presentation
You might change your mind and no longer want to use a certain audio file that you embedded in a PowerPoint presentation. In that case, click or tap on its speaker icon and then press the Delete key on your keyboard. PowerPoint removes the audio file in an instant.
Unfortunately, there is no Delete option in the right-click menu. The only way to delete an audio file from a PowerPoint presentation using your mouse is to right-click on it and select the Cut option from the contextual menu.
What types of audio files can you embed in a PowerPoint presentation?
There are many different types of audio files which are supported by PowerPoint 2016 and which you can embed in your presentations. This is the complete list: ADTS audio (adts, adt, aac), AIFF audio (aif, aifc, aiff), AU audio (au, snd), FLAC audio (flac), MIDI audio (mid, midi, rmi), MKA audio (mka), MP3 audio (mp3, mp2, m3u), MP4 audio (m4a), Windows audio (wav), Windows Media Audio files (wma, wax), amr, and asf.
You cannot embed online audio in PowerPoint, like you do with YouTube videos
Unfortunately, PowerPoint does not support embedding audio files stored on online platforms, so embedding audio from web services such as SoundCloud is not possible. However, as an alternative option, you can embed videos from popular services such as YouTube. If you want to know how to do that, check this previous article that we published a while ago: How to embed videos into your PowerPoint presentations.
Now you know how to embed audio files from your PC or device into the presentations you create in PowerPoint. We hope that this guide was useful to you and if you have anything to add, feel free to use the comments below. Also, if you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
Add a little action to your slides
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- Windows: Insert >Pictures. Navigate to and select the GIF. Press Insert. Go to Slide Show >From Current. to test the GIF.
- Online: Insert >Pictures >This Device. Select Choose File, double-click the GIF, and press Insert.
- Mac: Insert > Pictures > Picture from File. Navigate to and select the GIF. Press Insert. Go to Slide Show >From Current. to test the GIF.
This article explains how to add GIFs to a PowerPoint presentation, plus how to find GIFs using PowerPoint. Instructions in this article apply to PowerPoint 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010; PowerPoint Online, and PowerPoint for Microsoft 365.
How to Insert a GIF in PowerPoint 2010 or Newer
Open PowerPoint and go to the slide where you want to add a GIF.
Go to Insert and click Pictures.
In the Insert Picture dialog box, navigate to the location of the GIF file on your computer, choose the file, and click Insert. In some versions of PowerPoint it might be called Open.
Go to Slide Show and select From Current Slide in the Start Slide Show group to animate the GIF.
When you play the presentation, the GIF is animated automatically.
How to Insert a GIF in PowerPoint for Mac
Add in a GIF to the Mac version of PowerPoint is nearly identical to its Windows counterpart.
Open PowerPoint and go to the slide in the presentation where you want to put a GIF.
Go to Insert.
Select Pictures and choose Picture from File.
Navigate to the location of the GIF file on your computer, choose the file, and select Insert.
Go to Slide Show and select Play from Current Slide to view the animation.
When you play the presentation, the GIF is animated automatically.
Insert GIF Into PowerPoint Online
Although not as robust as the premium desktop versions, you can still insert a GIF in PowerPoint Online, and view the animation by starting the slide show, just like you can in the desktop version.
Sign in to your Microsoft account online and go to PowerPoint.
Go to the slide where you want to add a GIF.
Go to Insert > Pictures > This Device. The Insert Picture dialog box opens.
Select Choose File, double-click the GIF file from your computer, and press Insert.
How to Find GIF Files
If you don’t want to use a GIF you have downloaded to your computer, use the online image search feature of PowerPoint to locate one.
Open PowerPoint and go to the slide where you want to add a GIF.
Go to Insert.
Select Clip Art in PowerPoint 2010 or Online Pictures in PowerPoint 2013 or newer.
Type animated or gif in the search box and press Enter. Narrow your options by adding a keyword, such as animated duck or business gif.
Place a check next to Creative Commons Only to search for images you can legally use in your presentation.
Select the GIF you want to use and select Insert to add it to the slide.
One of the cool things about PowerPoint 2016 is that it lets you create slides that contain not only text and pictures but also sounds. You can configure the sound object to play automatically whenever you display the slide, or you can set it up so that it will play only when you click the sound object’s icon.
Note that if you want the sound to play automatically and the sound is a WAV file, it’s easier to add it to the slide transition than to add it as a separate object.
To insert a sound file from your hard drive onto a PowerPoint slide, follow these steps:
Move to the slide to which you want to add the sound.
Open the Insert tab on the Ribbon, click the Audio button located on the right side of the tab, and then choose Audio on My PC.
The Insert Audio dialog box appears, as shown here.
Select the audio file that you want to insert.
You may have to rummage about your hard drive to find the folder that contains your sound files.
Click the Insert button.
The audio file is inserted into the current slide, along with a toolbar of controls that let you play the sound.
You can also insert sounds from the Internet. To do so, click the Audio button on the Insert task pane tab and then choose Online Audio. Then, you can search for the sound you want to insert.
Here are a few other random thoughts on adding sounds to your slides:
To play a sound while working in Normal View, double-click the sound icon. However, to play the sound during a slide show, click only once.
Remember that you can also play audio files as a part of the slide transition.
If you change your mind and decide that you don’t want any sounds, you can easily remove them. To remove a sound, click the sound’s icon (which resembles a speaker) and press Delete.
In this article, we are going to discuss different methods that can be used to insert PDF files into Powerpoint Slideshow.
This article will help you in making your PowerPoint slideshow data more productive. This article will help you in learning various ways to insert PDF files into PowerPoint slideshow. If you regularly work with PDF-based files you might find it interesting that you can Convert PDF Files to JPG Format.
You can choose the most natural method that best suits your requirements in PowerPoint 2003, 2007, and 2010. There are various choices for PowerPoint for Mac as well.
Method 1: Insert a PDF as an Object on a PowerPoint Slide
Before adding PDF to PowerPoint, make sure that your PDF file is closed.
- Open a PowerPoint slide where you want to add the desired PDF file.
- Go to Insert Tab and then select Object.
- Tap on Create from File and then click the Browse button.
- Navigate to the PDF file you want, click on it to select it, and click OK.
- Move to a required PDF file, select it, and click OK.
- Tap on the OK button located on Insert Object dialogue box.
The first page of that PDF file is displayed on the slide, and then PDF file will become part of your presentation file. After which you can be able to open it by double-clicking the image on the first page in Normal view. Best PDF Reader Apps for Android allow you to read files (PDF files to be specific) on android based smartphones.
Method 2: Open the PDF During a Slideshow
If you want that your PDF file should be opened during your PowerPoint presentation, then you need to attach an action to the image.
- Open a slide having PDF object embedded in Normal view.
- For selecting a PDF file, click on the image or icon.
- Select Action from Insert Tab.
- If you want to open a PDF file with a click, then select Mouse Click. Otherwise, select the MouseOver tab to open it when you point to the PDF.
- Then select Object Action and click Open.
Method 3: Insert PDF files into PowerPoint as a Picture
You can add the content of a PDF file as an image if you want to view one page content of a PDF file. But this feature is only available in PowerPoint 2013 and 2016.
- Open the required PDF file.
- Then open PowerPoint and move to the slide where you to insert PDF as an image.
- Click the Insert tab and then select the Screenshot.
- All available windows will be presented, including the opened PDF file.
- Under Available Windows, click PDF file for adding it as an image to the required slide.
Method 4: Insert Text and Graphics from a PDF to PowerPoint
Here I am going to discuss one more way for adding a specific content of a PDF file to PowerPoint using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Fortunately, using Adobe Reade version 7, you can be able to apply these steps to PowerPoint 2003, 2007, and 2010.
For inserting from a PDF file, follow these steps:
- Open the required PDF file in Adobe Reader.
- Click Tools menu, move to Basic, and click Select.
- Select the required text.
- Press Ctrl-C.
- Open PowerPoint and go to the required slide for inserting PDF text.
- Press Ctrl-V.
For inserting graphics into PDF file, follow the following steps:
- Open the required PDF file in Adobe Reader.
- Click Tools menu, move to Basic, and click Snapshot Tool.
- Drag a rectangle around the required PDF graphic. A message will be displayed notifying that the selection has been copied to your clipboard.
- Open PowerPoint and go to the slide where you need to insert the PDF graphic.
- Press Ctrl-V.
Method 5: Import PDF into PowerPoint for Mac
In Mac, you might receive an error if you try to insert PDF files into PowerPoint as an object notifying that the data is not available or this file type is not supported.
The reason behind this error is that object embedding and linking cannot be fully implemented in Mac Office applications.
Similarly, as in Windows, you can also add graphics and text from a PDF file into PowerPoint through the same steps explained above.
One more option is to link to a PDF file.
- Save your PDF file to the same location as your presentation.
- Move to the target slide where you want to insert a link to PDF file.
- Select the required image, text, or shape to which you want to link the PDF file.
- Go to Insert tab, select Hyperlink, and click on Web Page or File.
- Select Browse, move to PDF file’s location for selecting it, and then click OK.
Now, you can be able to open Hyperlink even during the presentation to display the content of PDF file.
Method 6: Import PDF into Web-Based PowerPoint (Office 365)
Unfortunately, you are not allowed to edit or insert PDF files in the online version of PowerPoint. However, they are displayed as expected when created in another version of PowerPoint.
Updated on May 22, 2020
When we talk about Background Music (BGM), everyone is familiar with it. BGM is widely used to promote atmosphere and interest on many occasions, like variety shows, product launches, company annual meetings, even a PowerPoint (PPT) presentation. It is not meant to be the main focus of an audience, but rather to supplement that which is meant to be focused upon.
If you want to add an attractive BGM to your PPT, where to find it? Many people are more likely to find BGM from Spotify, which is one of the best streaming music service. Spotify offers an outstanding music library with the latest music and podcasts, as well as a vast choice of music playlists fitting your taste or mood, for you to discover new sounds. Spotify has two tiers of Spotify listening, Free (with Ads) and Premium (without Ads). Free users cannot download music directly, Premium users can download and play offline, but unfortunately, as Spotify is a streaming service that adds a DRM layer to its streaming music collection, the downloaded Spotify music are restricted to play/use on unauthorized devices. So you cannot even put Spotify music on PowerPoint. Any tips on how to solve it? Yes, now we will teach you the best way to add Spotify Music to PowerPoint without worrying about DRM restriction.
TutorialпјљThe Ideal Way to Add Spotify Music to PowerPoint Presentation
In order to insert Spotify music into PPT presentation, you need a professional tool which can remove DRM from Spotify music and convert them to plain formats. With it, you can download music from Spotify without Premium and listen to Spotify offline for free forever on all your devices.
If you are looking for the best Spotify music converter tool in the market, you are recommended with TuneFab Spotify Music Converter Lite for Windows/Mac. It is the fastest Spotify DRM removal tool and supports losslessly converting Spotify music to MP3, M4A, etc. with original quality as well as ID3 tags & Metadata retained. Besides, it allows you to change the audio parameters which depend on your own needs, such as bit rate and sample rate. TuneFab Spotify Music Converter Lite is built with a quick drag-and-drop feature that allows you to easily import Spotify songs and albums into the program. It also lets you batch convert multiple Spotify songs with a single click.
Operating System: Windows 10/8.1/8/7 (32 & 64bits)
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14, 10.15
Processor: 1G Hz processor or above
Monitor: Monitor with 1024×768 pixels or higher resolution
RAM: 512MB or higher of RAM
Note that there are Windows and Mac versions for TuneFab Spotify Music Converter Lite, both versions’ functions are almost the same and make sure you’re downloading the corresponding version to your PC. Basically, you have 2 options to convert Spotify music and the following instructions take Mac version for example.
Step 1. Launch TuneFab Spotify Music Converter Lite
Make sure you download and launch TuneFab Spotify Music Converter Lite.
Step 2. Import Songs from Spotify
On Spotify app, choose the Spotify songs, playlists, albums, and drag and drop them onto the Spotify Music Converter Main interface, or copy the URL of Spotify Music and then paste it onto the Search Bar to get ready to add songs to Spotify Music Converter. After that, click the “Add Files” button and add Spotify songs to the new interface.
Step 3.Select the Output Format
Now, hit to Down-arrow button to choose your output format, next to Convert all files to. As you can see, you can convert Spotify music to MP3, M4A, WAV(Windows Only) or FLAC with high quality. After that, hit the “Convert All” to convert your Spotify Music.
Step 4. Start Converting
Now, your Spotify music conversion is on. Just waiting for a while, then you can get the converted music on the Finished tab. You need to manually choose the Finished tab and then you can get your converted music for adding to your PowerPoint.
Now you’ve successfully downloaded Spotify music in an alternative, next you can freely view and add it to your PowerPoint.
Just open your PowerPoint, click “Insert > Audio > Audio on My PC” to insert the converted Spotify music file you want to use from the pop-up window. Then on the “Playback” tab, select “Play in Background” which can make the audio file start automatically during a slide show and also makes the audio play across multiple slides.
Note: If you are going to play the PowerPoint on another computer, you need to copy both the PPT and the music to that computer. Otherwise, the PowerPoint might lose the sound.
Have you collected several Spotify playlists and wanna transfer the Spotify music to PowerPoint directly? For Spotify users, the desktop Spotify converter – TuneFab Spotify Music Converter Lite will fit the best. The Spotify converter tool can filter the annoying ads automatically which offers a better music listening experience. With it, you can convert Spotify tracks or playlists to plain formats easily. The added Spotify music will make your presentation much more compelling and will go a long way in making it more interesting and entertaining.
17 Aug 2020
Earlier this year, Microsoft rebranded its Office 365 suite as Microsoft 365. The change isn’t limited to a new name only. With Microsoft 365, the company is adding a host of features to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Microsoft Excel is getting money integration while the Word has added Microsoft Editor to track grammatical mistakes. Microsoft PowerPoint is receiving upgrades for the Design Ideas function that helps a normal consumer make attractive slides.
You may wonder, what exactly is Design Ideas in PowerPoint and how can it improve your workflow in the app? As the name suggests, Design Ideas give you ready-to-go design ideas to implement in the PowerPoint slide. You only need to add relevant information in the slide and let the Design Ideas do the heavy lifting.
Design Ideas has been a part of PowerPoint for quite some time. But with the latest Microsoft 365 update, the company is adding video background support, which takes your boring PPT slide to the next level.
In this post, we will discuss how to use Design Ideas on PowerPoint, how to customize it to your liking, and more.
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Where Is Design Ideas in PowerPoint
When you create a slide, add all the information such as text, title, subtitle, and images. Now, move to the Design tab in the menu bar. You will see Design Ideas in the right corner. Tap on it, and you will see a separate Design Ideas menu on the right side of the slide.
Implement Design Ideas in PowerPoint Slides
With the use of Design Ideas, anyone with a basic PowerPoint knowledge can make a head-turning presentation quickly. And that’s the biggest motive behind the added function. Empowering normal consumers with AI tools that improve overall productivity and allows them to get things done.
Note: Before we start, let me clarify that the Design Ideas are only available for paid Microsoft 365 subscribers. You can access the Design Ideas function on iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and Web. For this post, we will focus on Windows, as most people will use the desktop to create PowerPoint presentations.
You need to make sure that you are running the latest version of PowerPoint on the device. For that, open the PowerPoint software and go to File > Account > Update Options and select Update Now. That’ll check and install any pending updates.
Follow the steps below to understand more about Design Ideas and how to use them in PowerPoint. Let’s start from scratch, shall we?
Step 1: Open the PowerPoint app and select a relevant template.
Step 2: If you are using Design Ideas for the first time, go with a simple template with a white background.
Step 3: Add a title and subtitle. Now move to the Design menu, and you will see a bunch of attractive themes and variants. That’s how people have been using PowerPoint for ages.
Step 4: Tap on the Design Ideas, and you will see a separate Design Ideas menu on the right side of the slide.
Step 5: Based on your content, you will see eye-catching ready-to-go design ideas to implement in the slide.
Step 6: The first couple of design ideas will have a video background. Tap on it, and PowerPoint will download the necessary media for you. You can hit the play button to see a preview live video play in the slide.
Based on the PPT topic, you can choose from the various background for a perfect start to your presentation. For example, you can opt for a financial background for a quarterly report. Or You can use a tech background for an IoT (Internet of Things). The possibilities are endless here.
You can use custom images or company logo and use the Design Ideas menu to get the best design among the text, logo, and image background. In the example below, I have added a company logo, name, and a simple text and look at what Design Ideas has to offer.
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Customize Themes and Use Design Ideas
You won’t want each slide on your presentation to look dramatically different from others. In that case, you can always select themes from the above menu.
Design Ideas is also useful when you want to add bullet points for a topic. It’s smart enough to understand the context of the sentence, and based on that, and it will automatically add a relevant icon to it.
In the example below, I added some talking points and Design Ideas voluntarily integrated matching icons. You will also get a bunch of styles to choose from in the Design Idea menu.
You can also use the Format Background option to set a solid or gradient or picture as a background. Design Ideas will automatically change the suggestions based on your preference.
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PowerPoint remains unrivaled in the presentation space. And you can clearly see why. Using Design Ideas, you can easily make professional-looking PPT in a couple of hours. Also, it will save you hours of time spent on an elegant presentation by investing least possible efforts.
Next up: Do you know you can insert YouTube videos in PowerPoint? Read the post below to learn how to do that and a couple of more tricks.
Last updated on 17 Aug, 2020
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A couple of music tracks, voiceovers, or sound effects can make the presentation much more compelling and will go a long way in making it more interesting and entertaining. Wanna add background music to a PowerPoint presentation or insert a piece of the song into a PPT? Here we’ll share with you how to put music from Spotify on your PowerPoint presentation as the BGM.
1. Can’t Add Spotify Music to PowerPoint?
Adding audio to PowerPoint is a simple process. However, if you try to insert Spotify music into PPT presentation, you might come across a problem that you could not find the songs downloaded from Spotify after clicking the insert button on the PowerPoint Presentation operating menu. It seems that Spotify music cannot be compatible with PowerPoint. Why is that?
The main reason is that each of Spotify songs is protected, which prevents users from streaming without authorization. Free users only can listen to Spotify music online with the interruption of advertisements. Even if the paid users are allowed to download Spotify music for offline enjoying, can’t put the song from Spotify into PowerPoint presentation. So you need a professional Spotify Music recording tool to help you record Spotify music for adding Spotify tracks to PPT as BGM.
2. Download and Convert Spotify Music to MP3
NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter is the best Spotify Music Downloader and Converter among its competitors and is a must-try for all those users who wish to record Spotify track. With its help, you can perfectly convert Spotify music to plain MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV format. The real handy part about this removal is that it will help you download Spotify music with keeping 100% lossless quality. In this case, users can get rid of the restrictions, and set Spotify music as the BGM of your slideshow.
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