How many times have you heard the your ringtone ringing in public bus or train? How many times did you though that was your iPhone ringing? Today’s iLearn will guide you through creating your own custom ringtone without any other programs.
This trick will be available for both iTunes for Mac and Windows. (Note that Screen Shots are on Mac)
Step by Step guide in post, read more!
Step 1: Plug in your iPhone, and open up your iTunes.
Step 2: Go to your iTunes Preference
Step 6: Back in iTunes main window, Click on Music Tab
Step 7: Browse through your library and select the song that you wish to convert to ringtone
Step 9: Now you are at Summary tab, Click on “Option” tab and Fill in the start time and end time that you wish to crop out. As iPhone Ringtone only support up to around 30seconds of music. Thus ensure that your start time and end time should not be more than 30 seconds.
Step 12: Now, in your iTunes Music folder, you should see another version of the same song created, note that the duration is only 30 seconds. (That’s our newly created RingTone version of the song)
Step 13: Right Click on the 30-Seconds version of the song, and select show in finder(For mac)
Note that the song you just created will be in .m4a format, search for the song and rename it’s format to .m4r (r for ringtone)
Step 14: We are almost done! After you have renamed the file, still in the files windows(Finder), drag the file into the RingTone tab in iTunes.
Step 15: Now you can sync the newly created ringtone into your iPhone!