frriction Posted September 7, 2012 Report Share Posted September 7, 2012 Launch QuickTime Player and use it to open the desired audio or video file that you want to turn into a ringtone With the audio or movie file is in QuickTime, hit Command+T or pull down the “Edit” menu to activate the Trim function and trim the clip to 30 seconds or less, use the sliders to select the portion of audio to use as the ringtone, then hit the yellow “Trim” button when done Now pull down the “File” menu and choose “Export”, selecting “Audio Only” as the Format type, and set the Desktop as the save location, then click “Export” Next, go to the desktop to find your ringtone, and rename the .m4a file extension to .m4r, confirm the change Double-click yourfile.m4r to open it in iTunes, where you’ll find it under the “Library” section within “Tones” Connect the iPhone to the computer via USB and drag & drop the ringtone from the Tones folder to the iPhone Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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