How to Add Amazon Music to Premiere Pro
Can Amazon Music be imported into Premiere Pro for editing? In this post, we'll show you the simplest way to import Amazon Music downloads to Premiere Pro by converting them to widely used audio formats like MP3.
The video editing program Adobe Premiere Pro was created by Adobe. Premiere Pro, the industry standard for video editing, is comprehensive and may be used to edit commercials, films, movies, TV shows, web videos, and audio. But, as you are aware, Premiere Pro compatibility is a need for all video, audio, and image files to be used in the project. You may import a variety of audio and video files into Premiere Pro for editing. For instance, Premiere Pro accepts audio files in AAC, AIFF, M4A, MP3, and WAV formats.
Sadly, Adobe Premiere Pro does not support the specifically protected format of tracks from Amazon Music because of DRM protection. Some songs are only available in the Amazon Music app, although your paid membership upgraded you to a premium user status and unlocked additional permissions. Hence, to incorporate Amazon Music into the film you are editing in Premiere Pro, you must first convert Amazon Music into a format that Premiere Pro can identify. That's what we'll talk about today.
How to Export Amazon Music in Premiere Pro Supported Audio Format?
Step 1: Log into Your Amazon Music Account
After launching TunePat Amazon Music Converter, click the "Open Amazon Music Web Player" button in the center. Then please follow the prompts that light up on the screen, click the "Sign In" option to jump to the login interface to complete the login of the Amazon Music account. After completion, you can access the Amazon Music library as if you were accessing it through a browser.
Step 2: Set the Output Format & Other Parameters of Amazon Music
Before selecting a song for conversion, please go to the "Settings" panel to complete the output settings. Here, you can customize the options, including output format, output sound quality, output path, output filename, etc. After each option is set up, close the window, and the TunePat program will automatically apply the changes and take effect immediately.
Step 3: Add Target Amazon Music to TunePat
Just open the Amazon Music, Album, Playlist, or Podcast you wish to convert directly or do a search for it. To add the item to your list, click the "Add to list" button in the lower right corner after opening the cover. By doing this, TunePat will recognize every song on the current website automatically and display them all in the pop-up window. Please choose "Convert Now" after selecting the titles you wish to convert.
Step 4: Browse Successfully Converted Amazon Music Songs
After the conversion, you can find and play the songs you just converted directly in the "History" module. Likewise, these songs are saved to your chosen output folder. These files can be added to other software, transferred to other devices, uploaded to Cloud service, or shared with friends and family anytime, anywhere, according to your needs.
Step 5: Add the Amazon Music MP3s to Premiere Pro
Next, you can add Amazon Music to Premiere Pro. Open Premiere Pro first.
Start the Audio workspace. Enter the Audio workspace by clicking "Window > Workspaces > Audio" or choosing "Audio" from the menu at the top of the screen. Following your selection of "Window > Media Browser," the "Media Browser" window will show up. Click "Import" in the Media Browser to add the converted Amazon Music files to the Project panel after finding the location where you saved them.
Choose "Window > Project" to get to the Project panel. Here, you may find the audio file that you just imported. After double-clicking the object to open it in the "Source" panel, drag the audio clip to the sequence in the Timeline panel.
In short, if you want to get files from Amazon Music in WAV lossless format, TunePat Amazon Music Converter is your best choice. It proceeded with simple operation and fast conversion. The converted songs can not only be played in players such as Windows Media Player but also can be freely transferred to USB Drives, cars, game consoles, smart speakers, and other various situations to play. Come and download the free trial version!
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