There's a saying goes "Sound is half the picture." So many of us prefer to add a background music to PowerPoint presentation to make it more vibrant. However, if you try to insert iTunes music into PPT presentation, you might come across a problem that iTunes music cannot be compatible with PowerPoint.
PowerPoint 2007/2010/2013/2016 only accepts certain types of audio files such as WMA, MP3, WAV, AIFF, AU, etc. as background music while the music files from Apple iTunes Store are usually in M4A, DRM-protected-M4P, unprotected M4P or AAC. Therefore, you need to convert iTunes music from M4P/M4A/AAC to a more common format that PPT can handle, such as MP3.
Apple Music Converter is designed for releasing the limitation of iTunes music and converting iTunes music to most common used MP3, WMA or WAV. It has the ability to convert any audio file from iTunes (DRM-protected audios included) with excellent quality output. It supports batch conversion and 16X faster conversion speed.DownloadDownload
How to Add iTunes Music to PowerPoint Presentation
Run Apple Music Converter on PC and then wait until the program and iTunes are launched completely.
You will see the entire iTunes library on the main interface. All media files will be listed in different categories such as music, playlist, TV shows, podcast, etc. You can select the music you like by clicking on them one by one.
You can go to "Output Settings" to select MP3 or other PowerPoint supported audio formats as output format.
If you want to set custom conversion speed or set custom format for output file name, you can click on "Options" button to continue.
Now click on "Convert" button to start converting iTunes music for PowerPoint. When the conversion is finished, you can click on "Explore Output Files" to find the converted MP3 files.
Go to the slide where you want to add iTunes music. Select Insert > Movies and Sounds > Sound from File to insert the sound file from your local drive. Click OK. Then you will see a message pop up asking how you want the sound to start in slide shows. Click Automatically.
Done! Now get the Apple Music Converter to convert iTunes music tracks or Apple Music songs for other devices like Xbox, Xbox One, PS4, PSP, USB drive, SD card, Sony Walkman, etc.