- 09-16-2009, 05:18 PM #2
Audiko.com is a good site for ringtones, there already chopped and sized for the ringer and easy to install....plus free, can't beat that. For itunes....in my newbie opion, you can right click a song under music on chose create ringtone. It will walk you through setting it up and then create the ringtone and charge you $1.50. I hope this works for you.
- 09-16-2009, 05:22 PM #3
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- 09-24-2009, 02:43 PM #6iPhone Nanite
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Myxer.com is great website to use. It lets you upload your own music and edit or use another users file and edit it as well. Following that you just hit download for iPhone and it goes straight to your iTunes. Myxer also has a ton of wallpaers and icons available for iPhones as well
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- 10-22-2009, 11:52 AM #13
I do mines thru iTunes basically just cut the piece of the song where you want by right clicking the song and selecting get info and selecting the Options tab then saving it as an ACC files I believe and just rename the extension as a .mR4 and drop the same file in your iPhone. It'll save it as a ringtone.
- 10-26-2009, 07:54 PM #14
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- 10-29-2009, 10:24 AM #16
This is the way I create ringtones (on my Macbook):
1) Find MP3 in iTunes.
2) Right-click song and pick Get Info.
3) Go to Options tab and select a 30 second or less window of the song where you want the ringtone to be (for example, start at 1:01 and stop at 1:22.500).
4) Right-click on file and select Create an AAC version.
5) Go back to Get Info on the original and remove start and stop times.
6) Find AAC version in your iTunes folder, and rename it from song.m4a to song.m4r and double-click it.
7) Delete AAC entry in iTunes since that m4a file is no longer there.