Now, a large number of people like to add background music to PowerPoint presentation to make the slide show more vivid, while some have problems on adding iTunes bought music to PowerPoint. What’s the problem? Well, that’s because purchased music from iTunes are protected M4P files and non-protected M4A songs, while PowerPoint supports inserting MP3, WMA, WAC, AIFF and AU music files.
To add protected or non-protected iTunes music to PowerPoint presentation, what you need is an all-in-one DRM converter that can remove DRM from iTunes music and convert iTunes M4A/M4P to PowerPoint friendly audio formats like MP3 first. To do this, you can just get Firstarsoft Remove DRM and let the software quickly help you put put purchased music or download songs from iTunes store into Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. This DRM Media Converter performs excellent DRM removal on Windows (Windows 8). Besides iTunes, it can also unlock DRM from music and video bought from Zune, Nokia, Amazon, Napster, etc. and convert all popular video/audio formats, including MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, AIFF, AVI, MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, etc. Get it now and free your iTunes music files!
Download iTunes music to PowerPoint converter:
Part 1. How to convert iTunes purchased music to MP3
After downloading, install the software and then run it. The main interface is as below. As you can see, you can finish converting iTunes purchased M4P music to PowerPoint MP3 in three simple clicks. Just click”Add” to import iTunes m4p/m4a music, choose “MP3″ as output format, then press the “Start” button, very easy to use!
Then just follow below steps to add the converted iTunes unprotected MP3 music to PowerPoint with ease.
1. Display the slide to which you want to add music or sound effects.
2. Click insert -> sound -> sound from file. locate the folder that contains the iTunes music file, select the mp3 music you want to insert;
3. In the succeeding dialog box which says “How do you want the sound to start in the slide show”, do one of the following:
Click “Automatically” if you want to play the sound automatically when you go to the slide and click “When Clicked” if you want to play the sound when you click the sound icon Presentation.
If you want to the the music you desired can be played all over the slides. just select “Loop Until Stopped” at the “Sound Option” above the slide, at the same time, in the “Play Sound” item, select “play across slide”. If you want the music to play during multiple slides. select “Custom Animation” under the “Slide Show” tab. Under the “Multimedia Settings” option, choose “While Playing” and “Continue Slide Show.” You will then be asked to choose how many slides you want linked with that music track.
Done! That’s how to insert your iTunes music files to your PowerPoint presentations. Get the iTunes to PowerPoint converter and everything becomes so easy!