So finally you got the iPhone you always want and look at all the good features the iPhone offers. The iPhone is certainly very rich and it offers it to the users. However, thanks to these beautiful features, you have to run the question of paying twice for a song to get it as a ringtone because that's why you read this article.
In the music library of the iPhone, with many songs, would not it be good to create ringtones from them? Well, my answer is yes, and creating your own iPhone ringtones is completely legitimate. In fact, you can make ringtones from all the non-DRM songs that are stored in the iTunes library. The best way to use this little technique is that it does not matter to you and can be done regardless of whether you are using Windows PCs or Macs.
So, without additional adieu, remove the iPhone devices and create some free ringtone.
- The first step to take is to open iTunes on your computer and then locate the song you want to create a ringtone.
- Plays the song and decides which part you want to use for the ringtone.
- When the song arrives at the desired point, consider the iTune player's start time and end time.
- Move the mouse cursor to the selected song and right-click it, scroll down, and click "Get Info" from the submenu, then select the "Options" tab.
- Find the place where you say "Start Date" and enter the start date you selected from the song. The start time format is in minutes: seconds. For example, 1:53 would be one minute, fifty-three seconds.
- Enter the end time in the text box next to "Stop Time" in the same format that was used at the start time and then click the "Ok" button. Note: : Try to make sure the start time and end time are more than 40 seconds.
- You need to convert the song to the correct format by right-clicking on the song and selecting "Converting Selection to AAC". This step may take a moment, so if you're thirsty, go ahead and get yourself a nice drink.
- Right-click the ringtone and click the "Delete" button, then click "Save File".
- You should now be able to find your song in the Documents -> Music -> iTunes -> iTunes Music folder. You must have M4A extension.
- Right-click the m4a file and select the rename command. You have to change the m4a extension to m4r. Rename the file on a Mac, right-click and select "Get Info". Note : You can request a warning window asking you to confirm that you want to change the file type. Do not worry, just click "OK" button to continue.
- You can double-click the ringtone you created right away to the ringtones folder in your iTune Music Library where you can sync your iPhone while your iPhone is in your computer.
Well, that's right. You are now armed with the knowledge to make your own ringtones for free every time the new song comes out.