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How to Add Spotify Music to Premiere Pro

Needless to say, music streaming has brought great convenience to us since its inception. With it, we are able to enjoy our favorite songs and compositions in our homes, offices, or any other location where our devices can connect to the internet.

However, the well-known downside of music streaming services is that all the songs they offer are in an encoded format, which confines us to enjoy the music on certain platforms. That is a huge pain for those who need to make and edit videos. Because they find, music streaming service has replaced the traditional MP3 file downloading as the dominant way for them to get music, but songs from most of the services can't be added to video editor like Premiere Pro for enriching video.

Yes, Spotify users are part of them, too. It is impossible to import songs from Spotify to Premiere Pro due to the protection. But luckily, there are a number of brilliant tools that came out for getting them out of this dilemma. Here you’ll learn how to add Spotify songs to Premiere Pro with the most popular music tool step by step.

Add Spotify Music to Premiere Pro

Tool Required: NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

The magic tool we are talking about here is called NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter. It is specially developed for Spotify users to convert protected Spotify music to plain formats ( MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV) at fast speed with lossless quality and ID3 tags kept.

It is fully compatible with the latest Windows & Mac OS & Spotify. Over these years, its user-friendly design and lifetime free updates & technical support have gained constantly increasing fans. With its help, you can download Spotify songs as local files and add to Premiere Pro for video editing easily.

Key Features of NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

    Record Spotify Music
  • Remove DRM protection from Spotify music.
  • Convert Spotify Music to plain MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC.
  • Record songs with 100% lossless quality kept.
  • Keep ID3 tags after conversion.
  • Burn Spotify music to CD easily.
  • Share Spotify music via Email.

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Tutorial on How to Add Spotify Music to Premiere Pro

The following is a detailed tutorial about how to convert Spotify songs to MP3 format and import to Premiere Pro with NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter for Windows. Please download this useful tool on your computer first before getting started.

Step 1: Import Tracks or Playlist from Spotify to NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

Launch NoteBurner Spotify Music converter for Windows. Click add music button or click the center of NoteBurner, then you will see a pop-up window which indicates you to copy and paste the playlist link from Spotify. You can copy and paste the link on the URL window and click "Add". Then you can click "OK" to finish adding tracks.

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Step 2: Choose Output Formats

Click the Setting button on the top-right to choose the output format. In the convert settings, you can choose output format (MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV), output quality (High 320kbps, Medium 256kbps, Low 128kbps). In the output settings, you could change the output folder as you prefer.

Set Output Format

Step 3: Start Conversion

When finish customization, click the "Convert" button to start downloading. After converting, the output folder will be open automatically. Or you can click the History button on the top-right interface to find the converted music.

start conversion

Step 4: Import Converted Spotify Songs to Premiere Pro

Now, all the Spotify songs have been downloaded to your computer. You can add them to Premiere Pro by referring to this article: Add Audio and Music to A Video Project.

Note: The free trial version of NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter allows you to convert the first 3 minutes of each song. You can buy the full version to unlock this limitation.

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