1. amit85's Avatar
    Can any one tell me while creating ringtone how to change the AAC file extension from .m4a to .m4r
    soheilpakgohar likes this.
    11-27-2008 12:35 PM
  2. wayneo's Avatar
    What operating system are you using? I'll assume windows. In Windows Explorer click the tools menu and then Folder options. Switch to the View tab. Uncheck the Hide extensions for known file types and then click OK. In windows Explorer right click on the file and select rename and then change the extension to .m4r
    luckykenvin likes this.
    11-27-2008 03:22 PM
  3. amit85's Avatar
    Thankyou. It worked.
    11-29-2008 01:03 PM
  4. the7thanomily's Avatar
    I did this with 1 of my songs and it shows up as a ringtone in iTunes, but it doesn't sync it to my iPhone...
    12-02-2008 02:56 AM
  5. pvtbeto's Avatar
    make sure it's under 30 seconds or it still won't be usable as a ringtone and thus won't sync
    12-03-2008 12:15 PM
  6. the7thanomily's Avatar
    thanks for the reply. I had a feeling that that might just be the problem, but thanks for confirming. Any suggestions on some free editing software to make the snip? I use a windows PC btw. P
    12-03-2008 03:42 PM
  7. Jedi's Avatar
    If you have Nero 7 or 8 installed, use the wave editor.

    Otherwise, you can download Audacity and use that, it's free open source soundfile editing software. Google it for a link to Sourceforge.
    12-05-2008 07:16 AM
  8. pvtbeto's Avatar
    Also itunes has this ability built in. Select the track and get info, set the start and end time then right click on the file and select "convert to . . ."
    12-06-2008 04:07 PM
  9. the7thanomily's Avatar
    thanks to all for your recomendations, especially pvtbeto, yours is the one that works best for me. P
    12-06-2008 08:04 PM
  10. alinaly's Avatar
    I did this by using a professional M4R iphone ringtone maker. You can google and have a try!
    07-22-2009 04:02 AM
  11. Jeremy's Avatar
    Check out this thread for more information.
    07-22-2009 08:49 AM