Hello everyone, I’m here to help you make a lyrics video with PowerPoint. There are many KPOP (Korean pop music) lyrics videos with Japanese translations on YouTube, and they are very valuable to me as I don’t understand Korean to convey the quality of the songs. In this article, I will write about how to easily create such lyric videos in PowerPoint. As a reminder.
The recommended environment is a PC with Windows.
All the steps written here can be used for free if you have PowerPoint.
1 Download the background image.
To prevent your slides from becoming monotonous, download an image of your choice and use it as a background. However, many images on the Internet are copyright protected and you cannot use them. One solution in such cases is to use sites such as Pexels. This is because there are many available images uploaded to that site and it is easy to use them to create stylish videos.
2 Creating lyric videos in PowerPoint
If you’re working, you can make lyric videos in PowerPoint, which you use every day. A lyric video is a video like this one, in which lyrics and music are combined. Of course, you can also use numerous illustrations and animations. All you have to do is create slides as usual.
When you have finished making the slides for your lyric video, you can record the slides from the Slideshow tab. It is advisable to mute the audio at this point so that there are no unnecessary sounds. When recording the slides, play street music on your smartphone or other device (use headphones or similar!). By switching slides as soon as the lyrics change, the timing of the automatic slide switching is saved.
You can then export this slide in mp4 format from the File tab. mp4 format is ideal for video posting sites such as YouTube.
3 Integrate audio and video with the standard Windows built-in video editor
The final step is to merge the audio and video into a single file using the video editor that comes standard with Windows. Again, this is saved in mp4 format, so you can delete and overwrite the PowerPoint file by deliberately saving it with a file name of the same name.
The procedure is just this. These eliminate the need to purchase a paid video editor and reduce the time required, other than lyrics translation, to around 10 minutes, at no extra cost, as PowerPoint comes standard on many computers.
And a video made in those ways can look something like this Reference.