It seems easy enough. There are some audio files that I will like to upload to YouTube.
But, Youtube is kicking back that it does not accept Audio Files.
The file you uploaded contains only audio and no video. Learn how to easily convert your audio track to a video file type.
The hyperlink directed us to:
Microsoft Movie Maker – v2012
Movie Maker is bundled as part of Microsoft Live Essential.
Depending on my OS, I will need a different version of Live Essential.
OS Matrix and Software Version
Thankfully, On a blog post, Microsoft’s Aviraj Ajgekar provided a link for Windows Essential 2012. The link is http://g.live.com/1rewlive5-all/en/wlsetup-all.exe
Downloaded and installed Application.
Here are quick steps on how to create a video file out of an audio file.
- Avail Audio File
- For us, we downloaded Ray Stedman’s Audio file on Prayer
- Select a background image
- Choose Ray’s picture from Googling his name
- Launch Windows Movie Maker v2012
- Choose to create a new project ( File / New Project )
- From the menu access the “Add videos and photos” icon ( )
- From the File menu, navigate to the folder where our photos were placed
- From the menu access the “Add Music” icon ( )
- From the File menu, navigate to the Folder where our audio ( mp3 ) files were placed
- Get duration of the Audio
- Set the duration of the Picture element to be same as the Audio
- The window changes to reflect the fact that we have extended the duration of the pictures
- Save the movie via the “File” \ “Save Movie” menu option
Of course, we chose “YouTube”
A little out of place, but here are the pictures we took.
We now have a good, well package mp4 file that YouTube will allow us to upload as a movie.
Here are Ray Stedman’s Audio artifacts that we are able to package as video (mp4) files.