Do you enjoy taking videos of your hobby? It could be anything from remote control cars and helicopters (or drones) to biking or even rock climbing – odds are adding music to those videos will give them a certain atmosphere that complements the activity if you choose the right song.
While it may seem that adding music to hobby videos would be difficult, the fact of the matter is that the Movavi Video Editor actually makes it really very easy. All you need to do to learn how to add music to a video is:
- Choose the hobby video that you want to edit by clicking ‘Add Media Files’ and selecting it.
- Choose the song or music track that you want to accompany the video by also clicking ‘Add Media Files’ and selecting it.
- Both the video and the music that you added should appear in the ‘Timeline’ and you can check to see if their lengths match. If the length does not match you can ‘trim’ them to match by positioning the red marker at the point where you want to cut the track and clicking the ‘Scissors’ icon. Alternatively you could duplicate the audio track and then trim it down to size.
- When you’re satisfied, save the video by clicking ‘Export’ and choosing a format.
To make your video really look great it would help if the tempo of the music that you choose matches the hobby in question. Assuming you want to go a step further you could even use special effects to ‘slow down’ or ‘speed up’ your video to match the music at certain points.
Also you should definitely explore the other features of the Movavi Video Editor to enhance the video quality, insert customizable text, use various special effects and filters, and add stylish transitions between scenes.
By putting these features to good use, you could come up with a pretty amazing video that really showcases the best parts of the hobby that you so enjoy and captures its excitement.