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How to make your own iPhone Ringtone with iPhone Ringtone maker(for Windows/Mac)

Post by joshsmith0628 on Mon Jun 28, 2010 4:58 am

How to make your own iPhone Ringtone with iPhone Ringtone maker(for Windows/Mac)

For iPhone fans:
Why always buy expensive music or ringtone online as your iPhone ringtone?
Now with the released of Aiseesoft iPhone Ringtone Maker and Tipard iPhone Ringtone Creator for Mac, no matter you are Windows or Mac user, you can make your own special ringtone at will!

The following content includes two parts, which will show you the steps to maker iphone ringtone.
Part 1: How to make iPhone Ringtone with Aiseesoft iPhone Ringtone Maker(for Windows)
Part 2: How to make iPhone Ringtone with Tipard iPhone Ringtone Creator for Mac(for Mac)

Part 1: How to make iPhone Ringtone with Aiseesoft iPhone Ringtone Maker(for Windows)
Make preparation: Download Aiseesoft iPhone Ringtone Maker, install and run it.



Step 1: Click "Browse…" button on the right side of "Input File" to import the file(audio or video file) that you want to make ringtone from it.
Step 2: Click "Play" button to 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. Click "Preplay" to pre-listen the converted audio before generate.
Step 3: Click "Browse…" button 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.
Click "Manage Ringtone" to edit the added iPhone ringtone by removing it or renaming it directly.
Step 5: After all the settings are finished, click "Generate" button to begin making your own iPhone ringtone.

Part 2: How to make iPhone Ringtone with Tipard iPhone Ringtone Creator for Mac(for Mac)
Make preparation: Download Tipard iPhone Ringtone Creator for Mac



Step 1: Click "Browse…" button on the right side of "Input File" to import the file(audio or video file) that you want to make ringtone from it.
Step 2: Click "Play" button to 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. Click "Preplay" to pre-listen the converted audio before generate.
Step 3: Click "Browse…" button 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.
Click "Edit Ringtone" to edit the added iPhone ringtone by removing it or renaming it directly.
Step 5: After all the settings are finished, click "Generate" button to begin making your own iPhone ringtone.

So look, make your own iPhone Ringtone is so easy and fast, have a try now!

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Dec 01, 2010 4:43 pm

I’m not sure that I understand exactly why Apple made the policy in the first place. But it’s pretty clear that Apple understood that by reversing this policy, they would no longer be subject to investigation by the EC. There’s was undoubtedly some very clear communication between Apple and the EC as to why the EC was engaging in the investigation and what Apple needed to do to avoid that investigation. So I would tend to agree that Apple’s policy reversal was in direct response to that communication with the EC.VOB to MPEG

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Post by ipadgeek on Tue Jan 25, 2011 3:09 am

Hardware is easy. Software is hard. That's why there were so many tablet-format devices at CES last year. The wannabes just mashed together components to "beat iPad to market." This is before iPad was announced, so actually it was "beat the Apple iSlate to market."They did beat iPad to market, their software sucked, and now they're gone. (Remember the Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid Notebook? Or the Que e-reader? How 'bout the Notion Ink Adam Smartpad? No? Innovative Converged Devices Vega and Ultra Tablets anybody?)Sure, people get angry at you if you ship your software late. If it's solid when it finally does ship, people will be happy. But if you ship buggy software, people will hate you forever. Even if it's on schedule.As an aside, I think Steve will wait for CES to be over before saying word one about iPad 2. The media will compare every product at CES to any Apple product that remotely resembles it. Free non-stop Apple publicity during CES, and Apple won't even have a booth there. CES will just build hype for iPad 2.0. And all the wannabes will be forced to announce their products in the dark before iPad 2 is announced. Brutal for the wannabes. Beautiful for Apple.iphone transfer music

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