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How to add Apple Music to PPT backgroud music

PPT is very important for you to show others, if you want to make an amazing PPT, it is very helpful to add background music to it, which will make your PPT unique.

The background music sources are various. If you have some favorite Apple Music files, you want to add them to PPT, but you can’t add, for the streaming music service can be played with limitations.

Here we will talk about converting Apple Music to MP3 and adding the converted to PPT.

All-in-one Apple Music Converter – Macsome iTunes Converter

Macsome iTunes Converter is used to convert downloaded Apple Music files, purchased audio tracks including audiobooks from Audible and iBook store to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and remove DRM from the protected audio files with fast speed and lossless quality.

With its help, It is extremely simple to convert your favorite Apple Music to MP3, and then you can add MP3 files to PowerPoint as background music.

Steps to convert Apple Music to MP3 and add to PPT

Step 1, free download the latest version of iTunes Music Converter, install and run it.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Please make sure that you have downloaded the Apple Music files you want to convert and they can work normally on your iTunes.

Step 2. Click “+” to import the downloaded Apple Music files.

Add downloaded Apple Music songs

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder. If it is necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

Preferences output Settings

Now the output formats include MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV, you can just to choose a suitable one and set the other parameters according to your need.

Step 4. Click the “CONVERT” button to start your iTunes music converting.

Converting Apple Music songs to MP3

Step 5. Add MP3 to PPT background music

After the conversion, now please open the PowerPoint you are editing, then click the Insert tab and click Audio icon to select the converted MP3 from the pop-up window.

Set Apple Music as PPT BGM

And then click Playback and you can set the start point here you like to play in the background of the presentation, loop until you stop the audio, tart automatically or when clicked, fade in and out or play across all slides.

Set MP3 as PPT BGM

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The Quick Guide to Play apple music in the Car

Sometimes the auto playing makes users troublesome, for example “I have an iPhone and everytime after the tour finishes playing a part of the tour audio, it starting playing the first song in my iTunes Music! This is super annoying how to I get it to stop!”.

This looks considerate. If you don’t like auto playing, this is confused. In the following we will show you a method to play Apple Music songs via USB drive. And there is no need to worry the Auto playing any more.

Macsome iTunes Converter is an all-in-one tool to convert downloaded Apple Music files, and purchased Audiobooks and remove DRM from these protected Audio files with fast conversion speed and excellent output quality. After the conversion, users can play these unprotected Audio files on most audio player like Sony PSP, Sony Walkman, iRiver, Sony PS4, Kindle Fire HD, Android phones and so on.

Remove DRM from Apple Music and transfer to USB drive for Car Playing

To delete DRM from Apple Music, users need to free download Macsome iTunes Converter at the first.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Step 1, After you download the program, double click to install the trial version of Apple Music Converter on your PC, and then run it.

User Interface

Step 2, click the Add button and select the audio files you want to convert from iTunes library.

Add Downloaded Apple Music

After you choose the music files you would like to convert, click “OK”, and then all the audio tracks files you selected would be listed on the main window.

Step 3, Set the output format by clicking the Setting icon, here we choose MP3 format. And in the same way, you can set the output path and conversion speed (here we choose 10X) before the conversion as your need.

Set 10X conversion speed

Step 4, click the Convert button to start converting.

Convert M4P to MP3

After the conversion, you get the unprotected MP3 music files from protected Apple Music files.

Connect your USB drive to your computer, and find the converted files and drag them to your USB drive.

After this, you have put all the music files on your USB drive, and then your can insert your USB drive to the car, and play them in car.

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How to stream Apple Music on PS4

If you have subscribed Apple Music, and listen to it very easily on the product Apple Music supported. However, PS4 doesn’t support Apple Music service.

In order to play the streaming Music on PS4, the FairPlay DRM of Apple Music is needed to be removed. Moreover, you need to convert the downloaded Apple Music to MP3, AAC and so on audio formats to a USB flash drive and then transfer to PS4.

To solve the problem better, you need ask Macsome iTunes Converter for help, which not only converts iTunes Music library files, it also supports converting purchased Audiobooks and subscribed and downloaded Apple Music files and so on.

Before you get started, please make sure all of the Apple Music files you want to convert have been downloaded. First of all, free download the trial version of iTunes Converter. After the downloading, follow the instruction to finish the conversion.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Step 1: Install and launch iTunes Converter on your Mac.

Interface of Macsome iTunes Converter

Step 2: Click Add button, and then choose the music files from the Music library, and click OK, and then all files are import.

Add audio files

Step 3: Click the setting icon to set the output format.

Convert Apple Music to MP3

Step 4: Click CONVERT button to start Apple Music to MP3 conversion.

Once the conversion process is completed, connect USB drive with your computer. And you can drag and drop the converted iTunes music files to the USB. Plug the USB into your PS4, you can play Apple music on Sony PS4 on the go.

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iOS 11.3 is available now

iOS 11.3 is here and it’s the big one. This is the release which will change how every iPad, iPhone and iPod touch will function on a fundamental level. But does that mean you should immediately upgrade, or is iOS 11.3 filled with similar problems to many recent iOS 11 releases?

Here’s everything you need to know…

Apple iOS 11.3

Who Is iOS 11.3 For?

As with all previous iOS 11 releases, iOS 11.3 is compatible with the iPhone 5S or later, iPad mini 2 or later and 6th generation iPod touch or later. Strangely, Apple released iOS 11.3 early for the newly released 2018 iPad but it is now being widely rolled out.

If you have a compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Apple should automatically prompt you to install the update. If this hasn’t happened for whatever reason, however, it can be manually triggered manually by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Apple iOS beta testers, remember you may have to unroll your device for the update to appear.

While iOS updates always vary in size (different features/fixes apply to different devices), iOS 11.3 is much bigger than normal coming in at 700MB. If you are upgrading from iOS 10 (or even iOS 9), note that iOS 11.3 will roll up all iOS 11 releases into a single major upgrade so expect that to be several gigabytes.

The Deal Breakers

First, the mandatory jailbreak warning: iOS 11.3 will break jailbroken iPhones, iPads and iPod touch. In December Google released iOS 11.2.2 exploit details which some expected would lead to faster jailbreaks for subsequent iOS releases, but that has yet to materialise. So if you like your iDevice jailbroken, steer clear.

What about initial iOS 11.3 stability reports? So far they are predictably heated for a major release. Perhaps the irony for an update focused on performance and battery life is there are multiple reports of the former 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 etc) and latter (1 2 3 4 5 6 etc) causing problems. There are also notable graphics glitches (1, 2 3 4 5), Apple Music (1 2 3 4) bugs and false notifications, particularly in messaging apps (1 2 3 4). As well as a truly bizarre ‘invisible keyboard’ problem for some users and random Siri activations (1 2).

As always I will update this article should any of these problems above escalate or any new issues be found. Unfortunately, this has been necessary for almost all iOS 11 releases to date, so remember to check this article for updates before you decide to take the plunge.

So What Do You Get?

Apple iOS 11.3 is ‘the big one’ because it will give users full control of how their devices function for the first time. Controversially Apple admitted it previously throttled device performance as batteries age to maintain system stability. The fact users didn’t know this has prompted no less than 59 class action lawsuits and global government scrutiny with claims this throttling misled owners into buying new handsets when they only needed a new battery.

Apple iOS 11.3 changes that. In Apple’s own (rather more conservative) words:

“iOS 11.3 introduces new features including ARKit 1.5 with support for more immersive augmented reality experiences, iPhone Battery Health (Beta), new Animoji for iPhone X users, and more. This update also includes stability improvements and bug fixes.”

Yes, ‘iPhone Battery Health’ is downplayed and how it works is somewhat controversial, but the changes may just be enough to not only mitigate the extensive legal action against the company and detailed battery health data should inspire rivals to make similar changes.

Looking beyond this, iOS 11.3 also has several significant features and fixes beyond the opening of augmented reality experiences for developers and some additional animoji (dragon, bear, skull, and lion):

Apple News – a new ‘For You’ section displays personalised content and videos.

Advanced Mobile Location (AML) – shares your location automatically when making an emergency call (not available in all countries yet).

Apple Music Music Videos – a new music videos section has been added at the last minute (it wasn’t in most betas) as well as friend suggestions to improve community interaction.

App Store – reviews can finally be sorted by Most Helpful, Most Favorable, Most Critical and Most Recent, which should make them far more useful. The Updates tab also includes app update sizes.

Business Chat – businesses can now to integrate customer support directly into the Messages app. Delta, Hilton, Low and Wells Fargo are among the launch partners.

Updated Privacy Screen – part of a wider design update for submitting personal info to Apple or following new app requests

Among the less consumer-facing features is also HomeKit software authentication, which should significantly expand the number of devices which can support HomeKit. On the negative side, however, I am investigating two surprising feature omissions which appear to have been removed at the last minute. I will update this article when I know more.

Security Improvements 

There are important security fixes in iOS 11.3 too. Of particular note in Apple’s official list are a series of security patches to WebKit and Safari and vulnerabilities found in Mail, iCloud Drive, Telephony, Find My Phone and even the Clock.

What isn’t listed though, is whether Apple has fixed the bizarre Siri calculator bug which also exists on MacOS or patched the even stranger disappearing battery icon glitch widely reported in iOS 11.2.6 last month. Based on early feedback from affected users, it seems not.

In all honesty, I suspect iOS 11.3.1 won’t be far away, not just for the bugs which slipped through the net but because major point releases tend to introduce problems which minor point releases have to sweep up soon after.

Apple iOS 11.3 Verdict: Install If You Have Battery Problems, Otherwise Wait

iOS 11.3 achieves its main objective: give users the battery health data and performance control over their devices that they demand. It may also save Apple millions, if not billions, in global lawsuits.

As for the update itself, users are reporting some problems but nothing has been a deal breaker at this early stage. That said, if you are someone who is happy to hold off for a bit I would advise that. The track record of iOS 11 has been so patchy that it’s smart to let others experience problems first, so you don’t have to.

The Road Ahead

As I mentioned, iOS 11.3.1 is likely to follow soon. Global attention has been on Apple to introduce the performance control and battery data demanded, so that has been its primary focus. The fact Apple has managed to cram a decent number of additional features and bug fixes into iOS 11.3 as well is to the company’s credit.

But iOS 11.3 hasn’t addressed all the outstanding problems of iOS 11.2.6 nor some stretching further back. With this major release out the door, expect iOS 11.3.1 to soon come and clean-up what iOS 11.3 left on the cutting room floor.

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One button to burn Spotify playlist to CD

Here we will talk that how to burn Spotify to CD with a third-party tool – Spotify Audio Converter, which is a professional Spotify music converter and DRM remover to convert all the Spotify music songs and playlists to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV, and remove DRM protections from Spotify, so users can play the converted songs on Sony PSP, Sony Walkman, iRiver, the general MP3 player and so on.

What you need to prepare at first:

  • A Computer running Mac OS or Windows OS
  • A CD/DVD Burner:
  • A Blank CD disk:
  • The latest version of Spotify
  • Spotify Audio Converter

Remove DRM from Spotify and burn to CD

First of all, click the next download button to free download the latest version, and double click to Launch Spotify Audio Converter on Windows, and Spotify application will open automatically at the same time.

Windows Version Download

Mac Version Download

Step 1. Add Spotify Music to the program

Free download and install Spotify Audio Converter, run it and click “+” icon to manually drag & drop any music file or playlist from Spotify into the program, then press “OK” button to add them.

Add Spotify Songs

Step 2. Choose Output Format

Click setting button to set the output format and other related output settings. Here you can select format as MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV and choose output quality up to 320kbps.

Set the output format

Step 3. Start Conversion

Click the “Convert” button to begin the Spotify to MP3 conversion.

Converting Spotify to MP3

Step 4. Burn Converted Spotify Music to CD

After the conversion, now insert the blank CD disc into your computer.

And click Windows History Button to find the well-converted audio files converted by Spotify Audio Converter and select them individually by pressing “CTRL+click” or “SHIFT+click” on your key board. Then click on “Share” button and tap “Burn CD” in the drop-down list.

Finally, hit the “Burn” button to start recording all the Spotify files to CD.

Share Spotify Songs via email

Now, you have successfully burnt Spotify songs to CD.

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Apple Music boss Jimmy Iovine says streaming services need to diversify to stay alive

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Jimmy Iovine announces Apple Music during Apple WWDC in San Francisco, June 8, 2015.

Music streaming services are too similar and need to have more original content, Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine told the BBC.

“The streaming services are all charging $9.99 and everyone has the same music,” he told the British broadcaster in an interview published Sunday.

“And it’s really nice. You get whatever song you want, you get your playlists — but there’s got to be more interaction between the artist and the audience … Sooner or later, something’s got to give,” he added.

He indicated that Apple Music wanted more original content and cited Netflix as an example, which spent roughly $6 billion on its own shows and movies in 2017.

Iovine also told the BBC it was inevitable that Apple would phase out the iTunes download store, as streaming services surpass the older digital format. Apple has previously denied rumors that the download service was ending next year. “If I’m honest, it’s when people stop buying,” Iovine said. “It’s very simple.”

Source from https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/25/apple-music-jimmy-iovine-says-streaming-services-need-to-diversify.html

 

 

 

How to make iPhone ringtone from Apple Music Clips

Yes, as streaming music service, you can enjoy, play and download Apple Music freely, but you can’t transfer them, even to say you want to edit and set as your iPhone ringtone.

In the following we will take about how to make iPhone ringtone from Apple Music Clips.

Part 1, Remove DRM from Apple Music songs and convert

There is no need to worry about the conversion problem. Macsome iTunes Music Converter is an amazing Apple Music DRM removal and file Converter, With it, users can easily convert Apple Music files, audiobooks, or other downloaded music files from iTunes or Apple Music to MP3, FLAC, AAC or WAV format.

Meanwhile, you can keep the converted Apple Music song even after you cancel the Apple Music service.

First, go to download and install the iTunes Converter on your PC, run it.

If you are a Mac user, please download the iTunes Converter for Mac version.

Windows Version DownloadMac Version Download

Second, click the button “+ “, you can choose the different iTunes library to add the audio files to convert.

Add Audio tracks to convert

Third, click Setting button to set the output format and output path before the conversion as your need.

Set the output format

Finally, click the Convert button to start converting.

Converting protected music files

Now after finishing the conversion, you can play the unprotected MP3 / AAC music songs wherever as you like.

Part 2, Set the Converted Audio tracks as iPhone Ringtone

Now you can creat a iPhone ringtone from the converted music files. Here are kinds of freeware ringtone makers to get it, like Macsome Audio EditorSyncios Ringtone Maker and so on.

Step 1,  Install and run Macsome Audio Editor, and click Open to add an audio in main window.

Open Free Audio Editor

Step 2, Click Play button, and now you can press Start button to start selecting automatically.

Step 3, If you want to end selecting, press the button End. This selected audio can then be cropped around, delete, or faded ect.

Select Audio files to edit

Step 4. Click Crop button, you may see the leaving only the selected audio.

Step 5, When you finish audio editing, please adjust audio settings and save it.

Step 6, please find the ringtone file you just imported into your iPhone and set it as your special ringtone.

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