You bought an iPhone and love all its features, but wish you didn't have to pay for your songs twice to get a ringtone. (We know that iPhone, iPhone 3G Ringtones use the file extension .M4R. And the users must pay $2 for a piece of song through Apple iTunes store). There are plenty of songs in your music library, but no way to make ringtones from any of them. Rihgt?
Actually, with a little bit of trickery (nothing illegal) you can create ringtones from any one of your non-DRM songs.
You can take the following step-by-step instructions to start.
Step 0: Download and install Aiseesoft iPhone Ringtone Maker. After a short while, you can see the following interface:
Step 1: Click ?Browse? on the right side of "Input File" to import the file that you want to make ringtone from it. Step 2: Play it and listen the music to find the segment that you want to use it as ringtone. Then drag and click the start & end slider to set your wanted segment, or type the start & end time in the corresponding text box directly to get the exact segment. You also can pre-listen the converted audio before generate. Step 3: Click ?Browse? on the right side of "Local Output Folder" to choose the output destination. Step 4: Check "Export to iPhone" option, the converted ringtone will be load to your iPhone directly. Step 5: After all the settings are finished, click ?Generate? to begin making your own iPhone ringtone.
● Convert any video to iPhone ringtone M4R
● Create iPhone ringtone from any audio files
● Get any clips from video and audio
● Edit Added iPhone ringtones
Using Aiseesoft iPhone Ringtone Maker, you are free to edit the added iPhone ringtone by removing it or renaming it directly.