How to make a iPhone Ringtone

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by Waynett, Jul 19, 2009.

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    Do you love to have a variety of ringtones for your iPhone? But then, do you also think that it's a waste of money to buy ringtones from iTunes store for your iPhone?

    This tutorial shows how you can make you own customized iPhone ringtones using iPhone Ringtone Maker(aidownloading.com/iphone-ringtone-maker.html ) and the songs/movies on your local computer.

    Make preparations:
    Download, install and launch the software.

    1. Input video or audio files
    Click the "Browse" button right beside "Input File" label to select the file you want to create ringtone in the window that pops up, then click "OK" button. You will see the file path and name are displayed in the "Input File" textbox.

    2. Play video or audio files
    Click "Play" button to hear the music before creating ringtone and find the part you want to use. Then drag and drop the start & end slider to get music clip to convert, or type the start & end time in the corresponding text box directly.

    3. Set output destination
    Set output destination by clicking "Browse" button on the right side of the "Local Output File" label.

    4. Export to iPhone directly
    If you want, check "Export to iPhone" option to let the program upload the output ringtone to your iPhone directly after conversion.

    5. Start creating your iPhone ringtone
    After all above are finished, click "Generate" button to start creating your own iPhone ringtone. During the creation, you can check the process by the progress bar at the bottom.

    Just in a few minutes, you make your own iPhone ringtone from the loved music.
     
    Waynett, Jul 19, 2009
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    Hope it helps and happy new year!
     
    Waynett, Jan 4, 2010
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