"I really like the DJI Fly "Create PRO" feature to create videos. In the music import section, is there a way to import from Spotify to DJI Fly? As I have some real cool music in my Spotify library and I would like to add it to my videos. Any workarounds?"
So instantly sharing videos on the social platform becomes popular today. How to capture an interesting thing and create an attractive video project is the most question we think about. Just then, some people will turn to use drones to record birds-eye views of beautiful landscapes and cityscapes.
DJI Mini is one of the popular drones, and it's very easy to use even for entry-level beginners. But after capturing 4K videos, how can we add music to its DJI Fly app? Is it possible to import Spotify music to DJI Fly as BGM? This article will explain the detailed method step-by-step.
Spotify streaming music service is now with 82 million songs tuned in available. Premium subscribers will get privileges to enjoy ad-free music streams, as well as an offline playback feature. Nevertheless, Spotify songs are protected from encryption code, you can't directly upload Spotify to unauthorized video editing software. As such, you'll have to use a third-party app to convert Spotify Ogg Vorbis audios to the music format that DJI Fly app support.
A tool recommended for you to add Spotify music to DJI Fly video is NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter, encompassed with the advanced tech of audio recording feature to download and convert Spotify music to most playable formats: MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC.
Perfectly compatible with Windows 7 - 11 & macOS 10.11 – 12 system, NoteBurner is also able to preserve high quality for each Spotify Premium or Spotify Free single song. If you need to add 320kbps high-quality Spotify songs to your 4K video clip on the DJI Fly app, this NoteBurner tool is an excellent choice.
Things You Will Need: NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter, Spotify, and DJI Fly.
Note: If you are a Windows user, please refer to How to Download Music from Spotify to Windows PC for detailed steps.
Download, install and launch NoteBurner Spotify to video tool on your Windows or macOS computer. Here we'll take the Mac version as an example to show you how it works.
Note: NoteBurner will not take any Spotify account information other than the music tracks, please feel relieved the use.
Tap the "Settings" icon at upper-right, followed a pop-up window will let you choose Output Format (AUTO, MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, WAV, or ALAC), Output Quality (128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps, 320kbps), sample rate (44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz), output path, and more. Here please choose "MP3" output format, as the DJI FLY App only recognizes ".mp3" audios.
Open the playlist or album you want to download, and click the "+ Add" button that suspends on the bottom right.
Note: Click "Save to list" can help you convert multiple playlists at the same time. After choosing all the songs you want to convert, you can click the "Task list" button to convert them.
The next step is to download & save your Spotify songs to local computer. Tap the "Convert Now" button and NoteBurner will automatically convert Spotify to MP3 open-source music format.
When it's finished, NoteBurner will open the output folder by default. Or you can also click the "History" button to find out the decoded Spotify songs. With these, it's pretty easy to add Spotify tracks to video.
DJI Fly works on iOS or Android device, so you'll need to first transfer downloaded Spotify songs to mobile.
1) Connect your mobile device to computer, then directly drag & drop the converted Spotify songs to the external disk of your phone.
2) Open the DJI Fly app on your iOS or Android device, click "Album > Create > Pro", choose a video you capture from the drone, and "Add".
3) At the gray bar, click "Music" and "Add".
4) Explore the Spotify files on your phone, and click the Spotify MP3 file > More > Open in Other App > More, then choose DJI Fly suggestion. Then you should see the Spotify music has been imported to the DJI Fly app.
Or you could also sync Spotify music to iTunes library, then add music to DJI video by going to "Local > Import from iTunes".
Tips: If you don't want to edit video on DJI Fly app, you can also add the downloaded MP3-Formatted Spotify songs to Premiere Pro to edit your drone recorded videos.
So that's all about how to import Spotify to DJI Fly app so that you can make it as BGM to the videos recorded from Mavic Mini, DJI Mini, or other DJI drones. But notice that the converted Spotify songs are only for personal use, you may not be allowed to share them on your social platform (like YouTube) because of the copyright issue.
Note:The free trial version of NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter enables you to convert 3 songs each time, and keep the first 3 minutes of each song. You can buy the full version to unlock the limitation.
NoteBurner adheres to strictly follow the US copyright regulations. We adopt advanced technology to record the unencrypted audio data and keep high audio quality output. Learn more >>
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