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Can't Import Apple Music Songs to Final Cut Pro? Solved

Final Cut Pro is Apple software application which allows users to create and edit videos. In Final Cut Pro, users can add external music to enhance or personalize video, like adding music as video's BGM. Music files stored on your computer can be added to project in Final Cut Pro, but you may wonder why your video project has no sound after importing music from iTunes library into the video with Final Cut Pro, so here we provide you a credible answer to solve this puzzle – how to import Apple Music files or music your purchased from iTunes into Final Cut Pro properly.

Add Apple Music into Final Cut Pro

I imported a song I purchased from the iTunes Store into my project and there is no sound. Why?

The answer is known – the music you added is Apple Digital Rights Management protected music file and cannot be used into project. In order to have access to use Apple Music files or iTunes purchased music into your project, your need to make them to be non-copyrighted materials or to be your personal material, and this is a piece of cake with the help of Sidify Apple Music Converter, with which Apple Music protection can be easily wiped off and the MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV audio files would be produced for your Final Cut Pro.

Key Features of Sidify Apple Music Converter

Sidify Apple Music Converter

  • OKConvert Apple Music and iTunes M4P music to MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV;
  • OKUnlock DRM from iTunes M4A, M4B & Audible AA, AAX audiobooks;
  • OKPreserve 100% lossless sound quality after conversion;
  • OK10X Conversion Speed; Keep all ID3 Tags and metadata.

Part 1: Convert Apple Music Songs to Audio Supported by Final Cut Pro

Audio files format supported by Final Cut Pro: AAC, AIFF, BWF, CAF, MP3, and WAV.

Now please get started with the detailed steps below.

Step 1 Launch Sidify Apple Music Converter on Mac

Download and install Sidify Apple Music Converter on your Mac, then launch it.

Main interface

Step 2 Add Apple Music or iTunes M4P Files

Click Add button icon to add Apple Music or iTunes M4P tracks, then a window would pop up to let you select any audio files from your iTunes library.

Add Apple Music songs

Step 3 Choose the Output Format

After adding the audio files, click Setting button button on the upper right of Sidify to choose the output format as MP3, AAC or FLAC. Besides, the output quality and output path is also changeable if required.

Set output as MP3

Step 4 Start Conversion

Now, please click "Convert" button to start conversion. After the conversion done, you can find the converted Apple Music files by clicking History button button.

Converting Apple Music

Part 2: Import the Converted Apple Music Songs to Final Cut Pro

The converted Apple Music songs would be saved on your Mac local documents you choose, and you can add them directly to a project.

Final Cut Pro X user guide on how to add music or audio to a project

Note: The free trial version of Sidify Apple Music to MP3 Converter only converts three minutes of each audio file. If you want to unlock the time limitation, you can purchase the full version of Sidify with $39.95.

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