How to Add Background Music to Home Improvement Guides?

Have you recorded a home improvement guide of sorts where you show the audience step-by-step how to carry out a particular kind of improvement to their homes? One way to make that guide really feel professional is by adding some background music to it.

The background music that you add doesn’t have to be loud or overbearing. In fact in many cases a subtle and soft music would work best, or a track that matches the pace of the video. In either case, if you want to add music to video all that you really need is Movavi Video Editor.

With the help of Movavi Video Editor adding music to your home improvement guide is simply a case of:

  1. Click ‘Add Media Files’ and select the home improvement guide that you’ve recorded as well as the background music that you want to add.
  2. Both the video as well as the music should appear in the ‘Timeline’ and you can then cut the audio to ensure that it matches the length of the video using the ‘Scissors’ tool, or add more music if it isn’t long enough.
  3. When you’re done, click ‘Export’ to save your home improvement guide.

Because it is such a straightforward and intuitive process, it shouldn’t take you more than a couple of minutes to add background music to your videos with Movavi Video Editor. When you’re done doing so you should also explore the other features that are part of the software and will allow you to improve and tweak it in various ways.

To begin with you may want to apply these features to cut and combine video segments, add customizable text, enhance the quality of your videos, and rotate or crop the orientation and frame. As you become more familiar with Movavi Video Editor you will also find that it houses numerous special effects and filters that you can use to alter the visual style and appearance of your video – and you can insert animated transitions between scenes too.

All said and done, you should be able to really transform your home improvement guide in numerous ways using Movavi Video Editor. The best way to start is to jump right in and experiment with its features so that you can quickly familiarize yourself with what they do and then apply them to your videos with ease.