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How to add iTunes to Powerpoint

Adding music to a PowerPoint presentation add more effect to it and many people prefer to add a background soundtrack to their presentation to make it more vibrant and to create a dramatic effect. However, if you try to add iTunes to PowerPoint presentation, then you will face a number of problems. Normally, when you try to add iTunes to your presentation it will say that the file is DRM protected. If you are wondering how to solve the problem, then the detailed steps given here will help you to remove DRM from iTunes music and insert music to your Powerpoint.


iTunes to Powerpoint


What things will you need?

You will need the PowerPoint program at the first instance and then the iTunes store. The most important thing that you need is the DRM removal software. With this tool, you will be able to change convert your music to MP3 format and then only you will be able to add them to your PowerPoint presentation. You can download the trial version as well as the paid full version of the software.


What are steps of adding music to your presentation?

The steps are divided into two sections. First, you need to learn the way of converting iTunes music to DRM free MP3 files. Then you will learn the way to import the converted iTunes music to your PowerPoint presentation.


Part 1: For converting the format of your music, firstly you should download the DRM removal tool.

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Note: If you are a Mac user, please download AllMyMusic for Mac.

and then click the "Add..." button to import iTunes music files and choose the output format as MP3 from "Audio files to" option. After that, click the "Start" button to begin the process. Using the tool is not difficult at all.


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Part 2: Once you have converted iTunes music files, you can move ahead to add the music file to your PowerPoint presentation.


1. To do this you will have to open the slide on which you wish to add the music.
2. Secondly, click on insert and then choose sound and sound from file, then select the folder, which consist of the music files you wish to insert.
3. After this, you should determine the way you wish to play the track. You can either opt for "When clicked" or for "Automatically".


How can you play music on more than one slide?

If you wish that the selected music plays on all the slides, then just choose "Loop until stopped" in the "Sound Option", which is given on the top of the slide. Similarly, select "Play Sound" in the "Play across slide" option. For playing music during numerous slides, choose "Custom Animation" in "Slide Show" tab and then select the options of "Continue Slide Show" as well as "While Playing". You can then decide the number of slide you want to link with the soundtrack.

That's it, now you should be able to put iTunes to Powerpoint and make your best presentation ever.


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