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Hi, I'm a youtuber and I am trying to work out how to add music to the background of my videos. I like Imovie as it allows me to add files from Dropbox and I would rather not have to buy songs from itunes all the time. If There is a way for me to add youtube videos to itunes, then I will do this.

However, when I add the video to Imovie and then the audio/music, the clips are side by side. I want them to be on top of one another but I don't know how to do this. If this isn't possible on an ipod, is there a similar app or way? I don't have a computer.

I'm totally blind.

Dee

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Submitted by tunmi13 on Sunday, March 12, 2017

You can try YouTube capture. Its by google and its really accessible.
Alternatively, open YouTube and double tap on the button labled "Your Account".
Click upload or record and allow access to your camera. Also allow access to your microphone and photos.
You can start recording the video by hitting the record button, or go to your camera roll, and pick a video of your choosing.
Once you pick the video or record, a menu will pop up with options to change the filters on the video, and put music, and also the next button to fill out the video form such as title, description, publicity level, etc.
Anyway, let me start rapping up this post. Click music, choose a genre and a bunch of songs will pop up and you can preview the song and then tap on the song itself to add to your video. You can now adjust the volume of your music.
Remember: The louder the music the quieter the video audio.
Sorry for the long post and I hope this helped.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Sunday, March 12, 2017

Hello. Copy the music clip to the project creator on the right hand side and the music will be added as background music. You can also duck it using the options given to you. I can't remember how to do any of this as I only do this once a year for my books.