How to make Ringtones for iPhone
If you do not want to do it yourself or simply do not have time for that would be to perform these manipulations , you can use the network resource and download ready-made ringtones for iPhone
( music for iPhone
) and ringtones for android
And for the rest of the next post .
You are bored with the standard ringtones on your iphone ? It is not necessary to spend money to buy new tunes - you can make them yourself.
1. Select tracks:
Open ITunes, you need to find a song or audio file you want to convert into a ringtone . Choose something that will not bother you any and will not annoy others .
2. Setting the time:
Right-click the file name in the pop-up menu , select «Get Info» and the properties of the file , go to the «Options»
. Opposite «Start Time»
and «Stop Time»
and place a checkmark in the appropriate fields , enter the start and end of a song from which you make a ringtone. Click «OK»
. ( Do not make the duration of the melodies more than 40 seconds
, otherwise ITunes does not recognize the file as a ringtone . )
3. Create AAC - version:
Saving the select list of music files , and then on the top menu iTunes, click the «Advanced»
, and then «Create AAC Version»
. It converts the selected piece of track in the file format of AAC ( the abbreviation stands for Advanced Audio Coding AAC ). New AAC - file will have the same name as the original, and will be located directly below the list of files , music libraries .
4. Change the extension:
Select the AAC - files in the ITunes.Ego to drag it to the desktop computer. Change the file extension from «.M4A»
. Files «.M4R»
will be automatically recognized by iTunes as iphone ringtones
If you - the user Windows, and you do not see the extension in the file name , go to the Control Panel, then «Folder Options»
, then click on the tab «View»
and uncheck «Hide extensions for known file types»
5. Remove the AAC file:
Remove from iTunes AAC file. Then right -click on the original song , go to «Get Info»
, then - in the «Settings»
and uncheck the «Start Time»
and «Stop Time»
. It brings back the original configuration of the start and end of the play the file using a conventional listening.
6. Play the file in iTunes:
Right-click on a file with the extension «.M4R»
and select Open With - for Windows, open file for users Mac OS X. Melody for iPhone is now determined automatically by iTunes , and is located in the folder «Ringtones»
( ringtones ) . Now the ringtone file from your desktop can be removed.
7. Sync iPhone:
Sync your iPhone with iTunes. Now you can set the ringtone to your iPhone, which will play your own song as a ringtone ( call) ! PS: Do not forget to put a checkbox on against your music to iTunes when you sync with iPhone.