Sidify Amazon Music Converter
Final Cut Pro is an incredibly powerful video editor for Mac users, rated highly among video editors & creatives. It enables video-makers to create professional-level videos, whether you are a beginner or expert in editing.
One of the great features included in Final Cut Pro X is the ability to easily add audio to any video as BGM. There are multiple ways to import audio files into the Browser. You can directly add sound from your Music library into Final Cut Pro. Or import local audios that you like into your project by selecting File > Import > Media (or Command + I) at the top menu bar. Alternatively, simply drag your audio files from your local computer to the video project in FCPX. However, adding audio tracks that come from Amazon Music can be tricky.
Well, if this is you, you are in luck as we have a simple solution on how to add Amazon Music to Final Cut Pro.
In most cases, compatibility is the primary reason why your Final Cut Pro fails to add audio files. The following sections outline which audio formats are supported by Final Cut Pro.
Amazon Music offers millions of audio tracks in two formats: MP3 and FLAC. Amazon App streams audio using the MP3 format at up to 256kbps for Amazon Prime Music and Unlimited users, and up to 3730kbps for people with an Amazon Music HD or Unlimited account. Even if Final Cut Pro supports importing MP3 format audio, you still can't import any Amazon Music files into its App directly. This is because Amazon Music MP3 files are encrypted files that can be used through the Amazon Music app or the web player only.
If you do find yourself in this situation, fret not, here Sidify Amazon Music Converter has you covered.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter is a powerful and well-designed Amazon Music to MP3 Converter for Windows and Mac users. It is capable of downloading songs, playlists, artists, and albums from Amazon Music (No matter which subscription services you're using) without losing the original sound quality. This software enables you to download the songs from Amazon Music App in different audio formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC, and these files are playable across different devices and platforms (including Final Cut Pro X).
Additionally, this program comes packed with additional functions, including exporting Amazon Music to iTunes/Music App, converting local audio files to MP3/M4A/FLAC/WAV/OGG/AIFF, customizing the ID3 tags, and changing skins, etc.
Sidify Amazon Music Converter
In the following part, we are going to walk you through the steps on how to add Amazon Music audios to Final Cut Pro. Before you get started, please make sure you’ve had both the Amazon Music app and Sidify program well installed on your computer.
Step 1 Choose Conversion Mode
Open Sidify Amazon Music Converter on your Mac, and choose Amazon Music Webplayer mode to get started.
After you choose [Webplayer Mode], Amazon Music webplayer will automatically pop up. Click Sign in button to access your Amazon library
Step 2Customize the Output and Conversion Settings
Click on "Settings" button on the left panel to customize the conversion and output setting parameters. You can change the output format to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC, output quality, and change the output directory if needed.
Step 3Add Playlist/Album/Artist
You can return to the Amazon Music web page once you've completed configuring. Click the floating "Click to add" button in a playlist. The music in the playlist will be recognized automatically by Sidify.
Tick the box in front of the songs to select the Amazon Music that you want to import into Final Cut Pro and then click Add.
Step 4Download Amazon Music to Plain MP3 Format
Click on the "Convert" button to start converting the Amazon Music to common audios and save them in your desired folder path on your Mac.
Step 5Find the Downloaded Amazon Music
Once the conversion is done, just click the Converted tab on the left panel. Here you can check and find all the well-downloaded Amazon Music tracks in MP3 audio format.
Step 6Add Converted Amazon Music to Final Cut Pro
Now, the Amazon Music files are converted to the plain MP3 format supported by your Final Cut Pro and you can handily drag and drop the converted audios to your new FCPX project as BGM.
That’s it! Following these six simple steps, you can import Amazon Music to your Final Cut Pro smoothly.
Though Final Cut Pro doesn't support adding encrypted files from Amazon Music, you can still use a music converter to convert Amazon Music to plain MP3 files for importing to Final Cut Pro. With Sidify Amazon Music Converter, you are also allowed to get songs at the original audio quality (including Amazon Music Ultra HD), and all sorts of powerful features that are otherwise missing from some of the most well-renowned streaming audio recorders or music converters available in the market. This makes Sidify Amazon Music Converter one of the best and most powerful Amazon converting solutions available in the market.
The Amazon Music Converter is a shareware. It converts the first minute of each audio file for sample testing and needs a license to unlock the full version. You can download it for a free trial and then decide whether you'd like to get it or not.
Sidify strictly complies with the US copyright regulations. We adopt a leading technology to record the unencrypted audio data which is outputted to the system sound device, with the highest quality.
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