The music video for smash hit single Despacito, from Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, has become the most-watched YouTube video ever, surpassing the record for Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again.
Provided for free to most people who are partnered with a major YouTube network, AudioMicro has hundreds of thousands of royalty-free songs and sound effects. All of these can be used in YouTube video since they are royalty-free, and if I do say so myself, AudioMicro has some pretty cool music to choose from.
2 Go to the video you want to use. Open YouTube by going to https://www.youtube.com/ in your computer's web browser, then search for or navigate to the video from which you want to download music. Copy the video's address.
Let’s see the steps to upload audio on YouTube using it: Open the Windows Live Movie Maker, drag a photo into the window. Click “Add music” – “Add music from PC” then choose the song or audio file you want to upload on YouTube. Hit “Open” and then click “Project” – “Fit to Music”.
Log in to YouTube and click the Menu located beside the YouTube log. Select My Channels. and click the Videos tab under your Cover Image. Click the video to download. credit: Screenshot courtesy of YouTube. Click the Video Manager button located below the video.