3 Simple Steps To Add Music To Your Videos With Recast
Recast Studio's online video editor helps you add music to your videos quickly & easily just like a professional editor. In a few simple steps.
Upload Your Music Instantly
You can just drag & drop the raw footage and start adding/editing music for your videos with our easy to use interface. No need to wait for your upload to complete.
Adding/Editing Music To Your Videos
On the timeline of our video editor, adjust the start and endpoint of the video. Now take the soundtrack that best suits your video and add it to your video. You can trim the audio to change the length and volume based on your marketing needs.
Beautify Your Video (Optional)
If you want to add emojis, text, stickers or shapes in the video. Or even add intro or outro. Go ahead. Recast's powerful features allow you to enhance your message in your video.
Download Your Full HD & Packaged Video In One-Click
Once you are done with adding music to your video, just check the preview once and download your HD video file with one click.
Key Features Of Recast's Music Video Editor
Easy To Use Option to Add Music To Your Videos
Now with just a few clicks on our video editor, you add/edit music to your any of your videos.
Supports MP4 File Format
This online video editor supports MP4 file format.
Complete Customer Support
If you feel that you’re stuck somewhere with video formatting, or at any other video editing features. Reach us out through chat or email and we will surely get back to you.
Perfect Music Video For Online Marketers
You can add/edit music to your videos to suit your marketing objective. Be it 15 seconds Instagram Story Videos, Facebook Posts, Facebook Ads, Google Ads, 6 Seconds Non-skippable Youtube Ads or any new format that emerges tomorrow.
Recast doesn’t just limit you to edit/add music to your videos online. It serves as a complete online video editor for all your marketing & social video creation purposes. The user interface is specially designed for marketers, budding entrepreneurs, and freelancers. Who run their operations on shoestring budgets, unable to hire additional video editors.