Your wonderful Biteable project would be incomplete without a groovy soundtrack behind it. You have the choice to use our own library of royalty-free music, or upload your own file, be it your own recorded voice-over or a music track that you just can't get out of your head. This article will guide you through exactly how!

Adding Library Audio

To add one of our tracks to your project, follow the below instructions:

  1. Click on the music note icon at the bottom left of your timeline.

  2. A library pop-up will appear! Click on the play button to hear a preview.

  3. Click on the radio button (circle) on the left to select the track you want. The Basic soundtrack list is accessible for all users, while the Premium library is exclusive to our Teams plan subscribers!

  4. Click Save.

Simple as that! Your project will now play with the selected audio background. The track will play according to the length of the project. If the duration of the audio is shorter than the video, it will automatically loop.

Pro tip: The soundwaves on the bottom of your Timeline represents the audio you choose, so you can edit your video to match the music! Place your most important message on the beat drop and you've got a recipe for a memorable video.

Uploading Your Own Audio

If you don't like the audio selection we have provided, you can definitely upload your own. Here are the requirements of the file we support:

  1. We support .wav and .mp3 files only

  2. Below 250MB in size

Once you know your file is good to go, here's what to do:

  1. Click on the music note icon at the bottom left of your timeline

  2. A pop-up will appear! Click Upload to shift away from the Library.

  3. Select Add Music, or browse your previous uploads.

  4. Click Save.

Extra Tip: Audio-in-Video

If you're on our Paid plan, uploading a video background to your project and using the audio track in it is possible! Head over to this article to read all about uploading a video with audio.

Extra Tip: Voice Over

You can now add Voice-over to your videos alongside your soundtrack. Find out more about Voice-over here.

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