In our previous article on Murf AI, we covered all the flexible customization options this AI tool gives for creating amazing voiceovers.
We observed that right inside the Murf AI Dashboard, there is an option to import Media files. We weren’t clear about the possibilities of this feature, so we went ahead and tried it for ourselves.
Should you create Videos for YouTube?
YouTube has revolutionized the way we consume video content, with over 2 billion monthly active users, it’s the second most visited website in the world, only behind Google. YouTube provides a platform for creators to share their content with the world, and for viewers to discover new and interesting videos on a variety of topics.
However, creating high-quality videos can be expensive and time-consuming, especially for those on a budget. But with the help of artificial intelligence (AI), it’s becoming easier and more accessible for anyone to produce engaging content for their audience. In this article, we’ll explore how AI can be used to make YouTube videos on a budget and the benefits it can bring to creators and viewers alike.
Murf AI – How to Create a YouTube Video
For this demonstration, we tried to create a Lifestyle YouTube video on the topic “How do Shopping Dates help couples bond?”
To keep it simple, we have not used different voices to create a conversation-based video. Instead, we have used a narration-type video. The narrator will explain the different benefits of Shopping Dates for couples, while in the video, we will see a couple in a mall, looking through clothes.
How to add a Video to a Murf AI Project
- From the left-hand sidebar, select the “Add Media” option.
- From the Media Library, select Stock Videos.
- For our project, we picked two 10-second videos.
- You can explore the Murf AI Media Library to find videos that cater to your needs.
After you have found the Stock Video for your project, you can move on to the next section, adding the script for the voice-over. However, there is no absolute sequence to how the workflow should be. You can start with creating the narration first, and then finding the stock video.
For creating our Video Narration, we had to use a simple ChatGPT prompt –
“write a voice-over for how couples can bond together over a shopping date”
Once we had the script for the voice-over, it was time to add it to the Murf AI project.
How to add a Voice-Over to Murf AI Project
- From inside the Murf AI dashboard, use the “Add a Block” option to add the voiceover. You can have the entire voice-over inside one block, or break it down into multiple blocks.
- For our project, we created two voice-over blocks to cover the two videos separately.
We had observed, that as we have used two stock videos that highlighted two scenarios, we could use a different messaging revolving around the topic of “Couples Bonding over a Shopping Date”.
How to add Ambient Music to Murf AI Project
Now that we have added stock video to our project and voice-over script, it was time to add ambient music in the background.
Open up the Media Library again, and from the Genre Drop-Down, we picked “Ambient”. After searching for a while, we found just the right sound we were looking for.
We then trimmed the soundtrack to match the length of the video.
Now in the ultimate final stage, we had to adjust the master audio. As we had two sources of sound – the narrator, and the background sound, it was necessary that the voice-over had the focus, while the ambient music had a lower volume. How can we do it?
From the Murf AI control panel (just above the preview box), you will find the option “Volume Mixer”. Use it to adjust the master audio of your project. It is recommended that you play the video multiple times until you reach the perfect volume mix.
When you have completed all the steps illustrated above, go on and hit the Export button, and your video will be downloaded to your device.
You can check how our project turned out to be in below YouTube Video.
We hope you liked this article. We have tried to break down every small step involved in creating a YouTube video using Murf AI.
Do leave a comment below if you have questions regarding any aspect of the workflow.