A well-known strategy to make impressive presentation with PowerPoint is to insert suitable music files into slides. However, a practical problem to manage it is that not all the users can find accesses to download the music files they want. It is true that people gain big chance to discover the desired songs among the vast sea of music MVs on YouTube. However, in most cases, those YouTube MVs are not available for downloading. Even though users can easily find or purchase all kinds of songs in iTunes Store, they still can’t insert the iTunes music into PowerPoint directly. Generally speaking, purchased iTunes songs are M4P files and downloaded iTunes songs are M4A audio. Of course, none of those songs are supported by PowerPoint 2013.
However, once users can get the method to convert iTunes music to PowerPoint friendly audio like MP3/WAV/WMA files, they can easily insert iTunes songs into PowerPoint 2013. Therefore, the post about adding iTunes music into PowerPoint 2013 will be divided into two parts: the methods to convert iTunes music to PowerPoint 2013 file and the steps to add the converted iTunes music to PowerPoint 2013.
Part One: Convert iTunes music to PowerPoint 2013
Even though many converters are designed to easy the process of converting iTunes music to PowerPoint 2013 audio, most of them are not provided for free. While users may be reluctant to pay money for those converters, the following section will provide three methods to help users convert iTunes music to WAV, MP3, WMA files for PowerPoint 2013 respectively.
Method 1: Convert iTunes music to WAV with iTunes
Step 1: After installing iTunes, open it and then choose “Preference” option in the drop-down menu of “Edit” to enter into General Preferences panel.
Step 2: Click “General” tab in the panel and choose “Import Settings…” button in the last but one column. Later, choose “WAV Encoder” option in the drop-down menu of “Import Using” and then click “OK” button.
Step 3: Find the iTunes song, right click it and choose “Create WAV Version” in the drop-down menu. Then the iTunes music has been converted to a WAV file.
Method 2: iTunes music to MP3 with Video4Web Converter
Step 1: Download and launch Moyea Video4Web Converter, which is designed as a free video to audio converter. Open the video converter, click “File” button and choose “Add Video Files” option in the drop-down menu to input the iTunes music.
Step 2: Later, set the output file as MP3 audio in the drop-down menu of “Profile”. When it is done, click Convert button to begin the conversion process from iTunes music to MP3 for PowerPoint 2013.
Method 3: iTunes songs to WMA files with RealPlayer
Step 1: Download and launch RealPlayer, click “RealPlayer” icon, choose “Tools” and select “RealPlayer Converter…” option to launch the audio converter. Then click “Add…” button in RealPlayer Converter to import the iTunes music.
Step 2: Click the bar under “Convert to” and choose “Audio Formats” in the drop-down menu of “Select a Device”. After that, choose “WMA” option in the list and click “OK” button to set the output file as WMA audio. When it is done, click “Start” button to begin the conversion process from iTunes music to WMA song.
Part II: Insert iTunes music into PowerPoint 2013
After the iTunes music has been converted to PowerPoint audio, users can insert it into PowerPoint 2013 in just a few clicks. Open PowerPoint 2013, click “Insert” tab, choose “Audio” button and then select “Audio on My PC…” option in the drop-down menu to add the converted iTunes music to PowerPoint 2013 from local disk.
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